PRESPECTIVE REVIEW OF ISLAMIC STUDY TOWARDS QARYAH MUBARAKAHâ€™S (THE BLESSED VILLAGE) VALUES IN THE TOURISM VILLAGE
Hendri Hermawan Adinugraha,
Ahmad Rofiq and
Ahmad Hasan Asy'ari Ulama'i
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Hendri Hermawan Adinugraha: Islamic State Institute of Pekalongan, Indonesia
Ahmad Rofiq: State Islamic University of Walisongo, Indonesia
Ahmad Hasan Asy'ari Ulama'i: State Islamic University of Walisongo, Indonesia
Social Sciences and Education Research Review, 2019, vol. 6, issue 2, 63-88
The application of Islamic religious values to the tourism sector has now become a trend and a necessity for Muslim and non-Muslim countries. Village tourism is a rapidly expanding market segment not only in Muslim countries but globally. Development of a literature review on the integration of Islamic religious values in tourism villages needs to be done. At present, research that examines the role of religion in the context of tourism is also very limited or not yet very much found. This study is a literature study with a thematic approach, this study aims to explore the words of qaryah and qaryah mubarakah (blessed villages) in the Quran and to describe the study of the integration of blessed villageâ€™s values concept in tourism villages. The concept of integration in this study uses the theory of relations between science and religion by Ian G. Barbour or commonly referred to as Barbourâ€™s typology theory. The results of the literature study show that the word "qaryah" is mentioned in the Quran in 29 verses, while the word of qaryah mubarakah (blessed village) is explicitly implied in QS. Saba verse 18. The integration of the values of the "blessed village" in the Quran towards tourism village is a new idea to manage and build a tourist area in the countryside that applies sharia principles derived from the verses of the Quran.
Keywords: integration; Islamic; qaryah; and tourism village (search for similar items in EconPapers)
JEL-codes: Z0 (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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