(Perspektif Maqāshid al-Syarī’ah)

  • Ahmad Syafi’i Sulaiman Jamrozi


The issue of ownership is regulated extensively in muamalah fiqh, particularly in the areas of "property" (al-mâl) and "owned" (al- milk). Regarding ownership, it is regulated so that there is no violation of one's property rights by other parties, because humans have materialistic tendencies. Islam recognizes the existence of private property rights as well as public property rights. Some general views of Islam in relation to this property right. First, Islam opens a wide space for everyone to obtain property rights in a way that is permitted by syara'. Second, Islam has established the teaching of the need to build a social safety net (takâful al-ijtimâ'i) to help weak people become empowered. Third, Islam prohibits the practice of monopolizing property ownership to a few people or certain groups. Fourth, Islam does not teach material equality to everyone, because the principle of Islam is the recognition of the existence of human plurality, both in terms of character, ability, and needs. Fifth, Islam advocates the need to build harmonious relations between individual interests and social interests. Sixth, Islam outlines that asset management must be based on a spiritual ethical framework based on the principles of imam and taqwa to Allah.

How to Cite
Jamrozi, A. (2021). KONSEP HAK MILIK DALAM ISLAM. Jurnal Pikir : Jurnal Studi Pendidikan Dan Hukum Islam, 7(2), 1-21. Retrieved from https://ejournal.staida-krempyang.ac.id/index.php/pikir/article/view/358