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UIN Sunan Kalijaga Professor Muhammad Amin Abdullah on the Relation between Religion and the Environment

Monday, April 15, 2024

UIN Sunan Kalijaga professor Muhammad Amin Abdullah explains Islamic environmental jurisprudence in relation to climate change.

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Muslim scholar Amin Abdullah poses after an interview with Tempo in Jakarta, March 21. TEMPO/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 172092417926.

ENVIRONMENTAL destruction, such as deforestation and exploitation of natural resources, has caught the attention of various experts, including Muslim scholars like Muhammad Amin Abdullah. He once led the Assembly of Tarjih and Islamic Thought Development Council of the Central Board of Muhammadiyah, which produced several decisions and fatwas (rulings) in favor of environmental conservation.

Amin believes that addressing and restoring envir


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