“Al-Musaqah” and Sharia Agribusiness System: An Alternative Way to Meet Staple Food Self-Sufficiency in Contemporary Indonesia

  • Ujang Maman Maman Agribusiness Post Graduate Program, Faculty of Science and Technology, State Islamic University Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
  • Kusmana Kusmana Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
  • Dudi Supiandi Universitas Ibnu Khaldun Bogor
Keywords: Basic Need, SFAA, State Owned Land, and al-Musaqoh

Abstract

The concept of al-musaqah appears in Islamic history when Prophet Muhammad conquered the fertile farmland surrounding Khaibar, abandoned by Jews as the original owner of the land. The concept of al-musaqoh also appears in fiqh deliberations, in which it is a partnership between tenants and land owners. By deepening literature, the concept of al-musaqah is part of sharia agribusiness system that could be an alternative partnerships and farmer institution in meeting staple food needs. The alternative concept is very necessary since Indonesia has been facing the issue of agricultural land conversion and difficulty to form sustainable food agriculture area (SFAA). For the implementation of al-musaqoh, the Government should systematically form the SFAA on the state owned land, and estabilish its institution to manage SFAA in the central and regional level. Then, the SFAA management implement al-musaqoh partnership with farmer groups. By the concept, the Government would be able to control staple food procurement and distribution  to achieve food self-sufficiency which is profitable for farmers and non-farmers. However, the implementation is based on the view that the provision of basic needs should not be left to market mechanism.

Downloads

Download data is not yet available.

Author Biography

Ujang Maman Maman, Agribusiness Post Graduate Program, Faculty of Science and Technology, State Islamic University Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta
Hope the paper will enrich the coloring of Islamic studies in state islamic university in Indonesia

References

‘Abādī al-, Muḥammad ibn Ya’qūb al-Fayruz. Al-Qāmūs Al-Muḥīṭ, n.d.
Abdillah, Muḥammad Husein. Al-Dirāsah Fī Al-Fikr Al-Islāmī. Beirut: Dār al-Bayāriq, 1990.
Abdurrahman, Hafiz. Islam, Politik Dan Spiritual. Singapore: Lisanul Haq, 1998.
Allen, Robert C., and Leander Heldring. The Collapse of the World’s Oldest Civilization: The Political Economy of Hydraulic State and Financial Crisis of Abbasid Caliphate. Abu Dhabi, 2016.
Apriyana, Nana. Kebijakan Pengendalian Konversi Lahan Pertanian Dalam Rangka Mempertahankan Ketahanan Pangan Nasional. Jakarta: Kementerian Perencanaan Pembangunan, 2011.
Asmara, Andi. “Pendapatan Petan Setelah Konversi Lahan: Studi Kasus Kelurahan Mekarwangi, Kota Bogor.” Universitas Islam Negeri Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, 2011.
Baghdādī al-. Hukm Al-Islām Fi Ijārat Al-Arḍ Li Al-Zirā’ah, Hukm Al- Islām Fī Māl Al-Ghulul Min Al-Hukkām Wa Muwāẓif Al-Daulah, Ma’āyir Al-Aṭwāl Wa Al-Misahat Wa Al-Akyāl Wa Al-Auzān Al-Syariyyah. Indonesia. Bandung: al-Ma’arif, 1987.
Barakah, Ummu. Dampak Konversi Lahan Pertanian Terhadap Pendapatan Rumah Tangga Petani Di Kabupaten Karanganyar. Solo, 2012.
Center for Agricultural Data and Information System. Statistics of Agricultural Land 2008-2012. Jakarta: MoA, 2013.
Chalil, Zaki Fuad. Pemerataan Distribusi Kekayaan Dalam Ekonomi Islam. Jakarta: Erlangga, 2002.
Dwipradnyana, I Made Mahadi. “Faktor-Faktor Yang Mempengaruhi Konversi Lahan Pertanian Dan Pengaruhnya Bagi Kesejahteraan Petani: Studi Kasus Di Subak Jadi, Kediri, Tabanan.” Udayana University, 2014.
Fahd, Toufic. Botany and Agriculture. Edited by Roshdi Rashed. Encyclopedia of The History of The Arabic Science: Technology, Alchemy and Life Science. London and New York: Routledge, 1996.
FAO, IFAD and WFP. The State of Food Insecurity in the World: Strengthening the Enabling Environment for Food Security and Nutrition. Rome: FAO, 2014.
FAO. Sustainability Assessment of Food and Agriculture Systems. Rome: FAO, 2012.
Fujimoto, Akmi. “Rice Land Ownership And Tenacy System in South East Asia: Facts and Issues Based on The Village Studies.” The Developing Economies XXQUOTEDXI, no. 3 September (1996).
Fūrī, Syaikh Syafiyyah al-Raḥmān al-Mubārak. Al-Raḥīq Al-Makhtūm. Riyadh: Muassasah al-Ṡaqāfah, 2012.
Garcia, Manuel B. Sociology of Development: Perspective and Issues. Manila: National Book Store, 1985.
Handari, M.F. Anita Widhy. “Implementasi Kebijakan Lahan Pertanian Pangan Berkelanjutan Di Kabupaten Magelang.” Universitas Diponegoro Semarang, 2012.
Hasani al-, Baqir. “The Concept of Iqtisad.” In Essay on Iqtisai: Islamic Approach to Economic Problem, edited by Baqir Al-Hasani and Abas Mirakhor. Silver Spring, USA: Nur Corp, 1989.
Holsti, Ole R. Content Analysis for The Social Sciences and Humanity. Califonia: Addison-Wesley Publishing Company, 1969.
Ibn ‘Ālī, Imam Abī Ishāq Ibrāhīm. Al-Muhaẓẓab Fī Fiqh Al-Imām Al-Syāfi’ī. Vol. I. Beirut: Dār al-Fikr, n.d.
Ibn al-Mandzūr, Muḥammad ibn Mukrim. Lisān Al-’Arab. Beirut: Dār Ṣādir, n.d.
Ibn Hisyam, Abū Muḥammad Abū al-Mālik al-Muafirī. Sīrah Nabawiyyah Ibn Hisyām. Jakarta: Darul Falah, 2003.
Irawan, Bambang. “Konversi Lahan Sawah: Potensi Dampak, Pola Pemanfaatannya, Dan Faktor Determinan.” Forum Penelitian Agro Ekonomi 23, no. 1 (2005): 1–18.
Jati, Kumara. “Staple Food Balance Sheet, Coefficient of Variation, and Price Disparity in Indonesia.” Journal of Advanced Management Science 2, no. 1 March (2014): 65–71.
Kahf, Monzer. “Islamic Economic System.” In Reading in the Concept & Methodology of Islamic Economy: Translating Islamic Principle into Socio-Economics Realities, edited by Aidit Ghazal and Syed Omar. Malaysia: Planduk Publication, 1996.
Kalof. Essential of Social Research. New York: Open University Press, 2008.
Karmi al-, Hafidz Ahmad ‘Ajjaj. Al-Idāroh Fī Aṣhr Al-Rasulillāh Ṣallallāhu Alaih Wa Sallam. Indonesian. Bogor: Pustaka Thoriqul Izzah, 2012.
Kementerian Pertanian. Mencetak Sawah Baru Di Indonesia. Jakarta: Direktorat Jenderal Prasarana dan Fasilitas Pertanian, 2013.
Krisnamurthi, Bayu. “Revitalisasi Pertanian: Sebuah Konsekuensi Sejarah Dan Tuntutan Masa Depan.” In Revitalisasi Pertanian Dan Dialog Peradaban, edited by Bayu Krisnamurthi. Jakarta: Kompas, 2006.
Kuhren, Frithjof. “Man and Land: An Introduction into the Problems of Agrarian Structure and Agrarian Reform.” In Agricultural Sociology, edited by Ultrich Planck. Indonesian. Jakarta: Yayasan Obor Indonesia, 1990.
Maḥmūd, Ḥusein Ḥamīd. Al-Niẓām Al-Māl Wa Al-Iqtiṣādī Fī Al-Islām. Riyadh: Dār al-Nasyrī al-Daulī, 2000.
Malebary al-, Zainuddin. Fatḥ Al-Mu’īn Bi Syarḥ Qurrah Al-‘Ain, n.d.
Maliki al-, Abdurrahman. Al-Siyāsah Al-Iqtiṣādiyyah Al-Mustla. Edited by trans. Ibnu Sholah. Indonesian. Bangil: al-Izzah, 2001.
Mirakhor, Abbas. “General Characteristics of an Islamic Economic System.” In Essay on Iqtisai: Islamic Approach to Economic Problem, edited by Baqir Al-Hasani and Abbas Mirakhor. Silver Spring, USA: Nur Corp, 1989.
Muhajir, Noeng. Metodologi Penelitian Kualitatif. Yogyakarta: Rake Sarasin, 2000.
Nabangchang, Orapan, and Eathipol Srisawalak. Good Governance And Natural Resources Tenure In South East Asia Region. Rome: Food And Agriculture Organization Of The United Nations, 2008.
National Development Planning Board. Analysis of Household, Land, and Agribusiness in Indonesia: Agricultural Census 2013. Jakarta: NDPB, 2014.
Neef, Andreas. “Land Tenure and Soil Conservation Practices: Evidence from South Africa and South East Asia.” In Sustaining the Global Farm (Selected Paper from the 10th International Soil Conservation Organization Meeting, edited by D.E. Stott, R.H. Mohtar, and G.C. Steindhardt. Purdue University and USDA-ARS National Soil Erosion Research Laboratory, 1999.
Neuman, Lawrence W. Social Research Methods: Qualitative and Quantitative Approaches. Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1994.
Rahardjo. Pengantar Sosiologi Pedesaan Dan Pertanian. Yogyakarta: Gadjah Mada University Press, 1999.
Rāzī al-, Muḥammad ibn Abī Bakr ibn ‘Abd al-Qadīr. Mukhtār Al-Ṣihhāt. Beirut: Maktabah Lubnan Nasyīrūn, 1995.
Sabiq, Sayyid. Fiqh Sunnah. Indonesian. Bandung: Pustaka, 1993.
Said, Endang Gumbira, and Harizt Intan. Manajemen Agribisnis. Jakarta: Ghalia Indonesia, 2011.
Sherwani, Rummana khan, and Muhammad Asim. “Land Management through the Advent of Islam.” Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization 5, no. 1 (2015): 1–12.
Shihab, Muhammad Baiquni. “Antara Sistem Ekonomi Islam Dan Ilmu Ekonomi Islam.” Accessed December 16, 2016. http://steihampara.ac.id/sistem-ekonomi-islam-ilmu-ekonomi-islam.
Sirjānī al-, Rāghib. Mażā Qaddam Al-Muslimūn Li Al-‘Ālam Iṣāmah Al-Muslimīn Fī Al-Haḍārah Al-Insāniyyah. Edited by Sonif and Mastur Ilham. Indonesian. Jakarta: Pustaka Al-Kautsar, 2009.
Susilowati, Sri Hery, and Mohamad Maulana. “Luas Lahan Usahatani Dan Kesejahteraan Petani: Eksistensi Petani Gurem Dan Urgensi Kebijakan Reforma Agraria.” Analisis Kebijakan Pertanian 10, no. 1 (2012): 17–30.
Zarqo, Anas. “Islamic Economics: An Approach to Human Welfare.” In Reading in the Concept & Methodology of Islamic Economy: Translating Islamic Principle into Socio-Economics Realities, edited by Aidit Ghazali and Syed Omar. Malaysia: Planduk Publication, 1996.
Published
2017-12-31
How to Cite
Maman, U., Kusmana, K., & Supiandi, D. (2017, December 31). “Al-Musaqah” and Sharia Agribusiness System: An Alternative Way to Meet Staple Food Self-Sufficiency in Contemporary Indonesia. HUNAFA: Jurnal Studia Islamika, 14(2), 189-231. https://doi.org/https://doi.org/10.24239/jsi.v14i2.448.189-231
Section
Articles