KETIDAKBIASAN GENDER DALAM TRADISI SEMA’AN AL-QUR’AN
Studi Kasus Praktik Sema’an Al-Qur’an Mahasiswi IIQ di Keluarga JHQ
The practice of listening to the Koran which has become a tradition for the memorizers of the Koran as a social spiritual activity does not discriminate against the role of women who are taking a part in it even though it is carried out in public forums. It can be concluded from this phenomenon that the opinion that the woman's voice was aurat was not coming true in this context. This article will prove the truth by reading legal phenomena in the Al-Qur’an Science Institute, which is practiced by the PTIQ & IIQ Student Alliance in regional organizations, that is, JHQ (Jamaah Hafadzah Al-Qur’an). The research is conducted by using qualitative method because it is based on accessing the data obtained through books, journals, interviews and other documents. Then it was enriched by the findings of Anne K. Rasmussen who said that in Indonesia, women have inner relationship to make religious appearances and experiences. The statement was said in his study of recitations of the Koran in Indonesia.