The Concept Of Tolerance Interreligious And Its Boundaries In An Islamic Perspective


  • Rubini STAI Masjid Syuhada Yogyakarta
  • Salma Allifatu Fuadah STAI Masjid Syuhada Yogyakarta
  • Hani Zahrani UIN Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta



Numerous issues have emerged recently in relation to slowing down globalization's impact on world development. Not only do they relate to social and religious problems, but they also undoubtedly contribute to the global ban on religion. Like the remark that every religion is the same and always emphasizes kindness in the study on Multireligious Tolerance. One of the topics that will be covered in this essay is how Islam promotes tolerance of all people. Another is how to handle the ethical dilemmas that arise when attempting to practice tolerance of all people. The purpose of this study is to understand how Islam views tolerance between religions and among people, such that it does not contradict anything that has been revealed in the Al-Qur'an or the Sunnah. This type of research is a theoretical study or literature review with a descriptive approach in answering these problems. Summaries of facts are taken from books and journals that discuss tolerance of all people in the context of Islam. data collection technique utilizing documentation. Utilizing content analysis techniques, analyze information. The conclusion drawn from this study is that Islam advises people to tolerate religious diversity with a minimum degree of tolerance. Certainly tolerance that Islam encourages has the power to protect its adherents from deadly calamities like damage to understanding and aqeedah of a Muslim who is not openly disavowed. Similar to what has already been stated in a few verses of the Qur'an and a few ulama-written tafsirs that make clear that tolerance between religions is more muamalah than connection on worldly matters like social and interpersonal relationships with other humans, respectively. Therefore, tolerance of all people cannot change the core beliefs of belief or the aqidah of a Muslim.