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THE PRINCIPLES OF TIGHTENING DIVORCE IN SEMARANG HIGH RELIGIOUS COURT IN MAQASID AL-SHARI’AH PERSPECTIVE

A. Muliany Hasyim

Abstract


The following article is the result of the author’s study (dissertation) which focus the  need to tighten the divorce because the marriage is very strong agreement that aims to  create a happy home and eternal, sakinah mawaddah and mercy, suppress escalation of  divorce while reducing the negative impact on children after divorce her parents. The  location of the study authors are in the jurisdiction of PTA Semarang. These results  indicate that Semarang PTA in examining divorce case has been applying the principles  of tightening divorce, mediation institutions maximize and optimize Hakam institutions  to realize the goal of marriage, if successful peace revoked case, if it turns out there is  no reason the case is not accepted, if it can not prove the case rejected , If proven, there  is reason enough divorce, unsuccessful peace efforts and apply the theory of benefit,  as the central idea Maqasid al-Shariah, divorce is granted by refusing mafsadah more  important consideration than grabbing maslahah mafsadah refused because it is a benefit  in accordance with Maqasid al-Shariah. According to the author that another attempt  to tighten a divorce is necessary premarital education provision by the Religious Affairs  Office (KUA) presenting the subject matter of the rights and obligations of husband and  wife as well as the consequences if left malpractice. In addition, the need for regulations  that provide its jurisdiction in a particular case examination and decide divorce cases the  reason of domestic violence as well examining the actions of domestic violence so that the  subject is no longer a litigant in two of the judiciary, in order to realize the principle is  simple, fast and low cost.  


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