Moral Teaching in Manuscript of Qissatu Sam'un Ibnu Khalid ibnu Walid

Dedi Supriadi, Dedi (2016) Moral Teaching in Manuscript of Qissatu Sam'un Ibnu Khalid ibnu Walid. Tawarikh, 7 (2). ISSN 2085-0980

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This article focuses on the moral teachings conveyed in the manuscript of QSKW (Qissatu Sam'un ibnu Khalid ibnu Walid or Story of Sam'un son of Khalid ibn Walid). The manuscript of QSKW is writen in Arabic language and is a manuscript which its stories are well known in several version in Indonesia. As a fiction work, this manuscript cannot be separated from the narrative structure building the manuscript internally. The background of the birth of Islam and the struggle of Prophet Muhammad SAW (Salallahu Alaihi Wasallam or peace be upon him) affect significantly to the narratibe structure of QSKW manuscript, including the moral teaching delivered. The moral teaching can be alalyzed with the method of Roland Bathes (2009) 's semiotic namely with looking into the manuscript narration as signs showing meaning in two levels, that is denotative and connotative meanings. The risult shows that the manuscript of QSKW contains Islamic values manifested into the moral based on the holy book of Al-Quran and Hadiths (words and deeds of prophet Muhammad. This shows also that the QSKW manuscript is an ancient manuscripts functioning as the teaching of the Islamic values in the aspect of "tawhid" (acknowledge the oneness of God and "akhlak" (nobel character). The background of the fictional story represents spirit and persistence of the "sahabas" (companions of prophet Muhammad) in depending Islam.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: moral teaching, islam and manuscript, fictional story, islamic values
Subjects: Manuscript, Parchment, Scroll
Islam > Specific Moral Issues
Divisions: Fakultas Adab dan Humaniora > Program Studi Bahasa dan Sastra Arab
Depositing User: Mr. Jajang Burhanudin
Date Deposited: 13 Mar 2017 08:10
Last Modified: 13 Mar 2017 08:10

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