Qur’ānic References in Sīra Literature: A Prolegomenon to The Orientalist Studies

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Ahmad Sanusi Azmi
Mohd Yusuf Ismail
Zulhilmi Mohamed Nor
Amiruddin Mohd Sobali
Amran Abdul Halim

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Kajian Orientalis terhadap al-Qur’ān dan Sīrah telah bermula sejak dari zaman John of Damascus lagi. Kandungan al-Qur’ān serta hubungkaitnya dengan Sīrah Rasulullah telah menjadi tumpuan utama mereka dalam mengkaji sejarah serta penilaian mereka terhadap asal usul Islam. Bermula kurun ke-19, pelbagai metode serta pendekatan baharu telah digunakan oleh mereka dalam menghasilkan kajian yang kritikal terhadap al-Qur’ān dan Sīrah. Justeru, kajian ini dijalankan bagi (1) meneroka kajian bersifat kritikal yang telah dijalankan oleh orientalis, (2) meneliti metode yang digunakan serta (3) menganalisa hubungkait al-Qur’ān dan Sīrah seperti yang difahami oleh orientalis melalui kajian mereka. Kajian ini bersifat kualitatif dimana analisis tekstual menjadi instrumen utama dalam penilaian idea yang dilontarkan oleh orientalis. Hasil kajian mendapati bahawa orientalis bermula kurun ke 19 terbahagi kepada tiga kelompok yang berbeza idea, metode serta pendekatan dalam mengkaji al- Qur’ān serta hubungkaitnya dengan Sīrah.

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Azmi, A. S., Ismail, M. Y., Mohamed Nor, Z., Mohd Sobali, A., & Abdul Halim, A. (2018). Qur’ānic References in Sīra Literature: A Prolegomenon to The Orientalist Studies. Journal of Maalim Al-Quran Wa Al-Sunnah, 12(13), 119-131. Retrieved from http://jmqs.usim.edu.my/index.php/jmqs/article/view/8
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Ahmad Sanusi Azmi, Unversiti Sains Islam Malaysia

Fakulti Pengajian al-Quran dan Sunnah, USIM

Mohd Yusuf Ismail, Pensyarah Kanan

Fakulti Pengajian al-Quran dan Sunnah, USIM

Zulhilmi Mohamed Nor, Pensyarah

Fakulti Pengajian al-Quran dan Sunnah, USIM

Amiruddin Mohd Sobali, Pensyarah Kanan

Fakulti Pengajian al-Quran dan Sunnah, USIM

Amran Abdul Halim, Pensyarah Kanan

Fakulti Pengajian al-Quran dan Sunnah, USIM

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