KH Didin Hafidhuddin Convey about the three pillars of Islamic economics.


Former Chairman of BAZNAS Prof. Dr. KH Didin Hafidhuddin, a speaker in Silaturahim Family of Da'wah Council, Saturday, July 29, 2017. In his lecture, Didin convey about the three pillars of Islamic economics.

Speaking before elders, boards and hundreds of members of the Da'wah Council, the Director of the Graduate School of Ibnu Khaldun University of Bogor explained three main pillars of the Islamic economic system.

They are the real sectors, especially the sale and purchase (al-ba'i), the sharia financial sector and the Zakat, Infak, Sedekah and Wakaf (ZISWAF) sectors. Muslims, said Didin, will advance the economy if the three sectors are managed professionally.

"In buying and selling or al-ba'i, make sure Muslims buy in Muslim stores, and if they do not buy anything to a non-Muslim shop, it's also a shake to buy fried to Muslims," ​​said Kyai Didin.

Selling and buying with non-Muslims, explained Chairman of the Board of Cooperation Board of Indonesia Pesantren (BKsPPI), muamalah is allowed. But in the spirit of the spirit to help the people's economy it is not good.

"Look at the richest man in Indonesia," said Didin. "The order of one to four is a cigarette entrepreneur, but they do not smoke."

The second sector, Sharia Finance. Currently, said Didin, has established various Islamic financial institutions in Indonesia such as Sharia Bank, Sharia Insurance, Sharia Cooperatives, Sharia Pawnshops, Shariah Capital Market, and so on.

To the members of the Da'wah Council, Kyai Didin ensure that when they all have an account at Bank Syariah. "Do not let the Da'wah Board's account be in a conventional bank," the message.

Then, related to the third sector, ZISWAF, Didin in particular motivates Muslims to increase zakat and alms. The treasures of the zakah and used for the blessing, he said, will not decrease it will grow.

"This ZISWAF is for the izzah and the Muslim people's success because the Muslims are willing to do nothing about the three obstacles, funding, cost and budget," Didin said.

The potential of zakat is very large. Deputy Chairman of the Central Advisory Council of MUI is calling around Rp300 trillion per year. If the potential is professionally managed will certainly improve the economy of the people.

In addition to treasures will grow, alms also called mencerdaskan. Didin then told the story of a maid in an area in East Java who always likes to berinfak and infaknya value is greater than the employer. Economically, if mathematically calculated the income of the person is not enough to finance his sons and daughters in college,

"But it turns out his sons and daughters are all college, some are ITS, some are on other campuses When asked how he financed his education, the man replied that his sons and daughters since elementary school is always a champion and his school always get a scholarship," said Didin.

Reflecting on the lives of the companions in the time of the Prophet, Didin told, the friends physically look the same. The house is the same, the clothes are the same. But what distinguishes them is when berinfak.

"Uthman once had 100 horses, one horse is now Rp 50 million, which means once infak five billion,".

And proven, though continue to berinfak in the way of Allah with a very large number, Uthman's treasures are never exhausted.

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