Criminal Law Review of Islamic on 6-19 Article Law Number 15 -2003 Crime on Combating Terrorism

A Hasyim Nawawie


Terrorism is a transnational crime, organized, and has a wide network that threatens the peace and national and international security. The act is considered as a violation or crime to others, physical or nonphysical, for example murder, accuse, slander and crimes against property and others, are discussed in fiqh jinayah known as the Islamic Criminal Law.

Research objectives are: 1) In order to determine Terrorism In Act No. 15 of 2003 in Indonesia; 2) In order to know the Law of Terrorism in Perspective of Islamic Law (Fiqh Jinayah); 3) In order to determine Article 6-19 in Act No. 15 of 2003 on Combating Terrorism According to the Perspective of Islamic Law (Fiqh Jinayah).

This study is limited to a review of research library books and library associated with the review of events in the community, then connected with Islamic law and concluded.

Conclusion criminal acts of terrorism are: Intentionally using violence or threat of violence; Crime related to aviation; The use of weapons or other dangerous tools intentionally; Intentionally providing or collecting funds for the implementation of acts of terrorism; Deliberately provide help, assistance, ease, means or information for the criminal acts of terrorism; Plot, experiment, plan and / or move others.

Decision astral conjunction Ulema Fatwa Committee in Indonesia and the MUI fatwa commission meeting decisions that commit terror law is haram.

KEYWORDS: Overview of Islamic Criminal Law, Terrorism, Law No. 15 of 2003.


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