Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Perjalanan Dinar Dirham Di Bumi Brunei Darussalam - Negara Zikir (16-18 August 2011)


Allahu Akhbar
Allahu Akhbar
Allahu Akhbar
Alhamdulillah , perjalanan ke bumi Brunei Darussalaam - Negara Zikir telah dipermudahkan.   Misi perjalanan Dinar Dirham telah sempurna, selebihnya terserah kepada Allah SWT. Kita hanya merancang, Allah jualah penentu segalanya.

Thursday, July 14, 2011

Daulat Kebawah Duli Tuan Patik



Mengadap Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Paduka Seri Baginda Sultan Haji Hassanal Bolkiah Mu’izzaddin Waddaulah Ibni Al-Marhum Sultan Haji Omar ‘Ali Saifuddien Sa’adul Khairi Waddien, Sultan dan Yang Di-Pertuan Negara yang  bersemayam di atas takhta Kerajaan Negara Brunei Darussalam, dengan beberapa amat kebesaran dan kemuliannya.


Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Paduka Seri Tuanku,

Dengan hormat dan takzimnya, patik memanjatkan rasa syukur kehadrat Allah Subhanahu Wata’ala pada tarikh 15hb Julai 2011 bersamaan 13 Syaaban 1432H, berkesempatan sekali lagi rakyat negara Brunei Darussalam menyambut Hari Keputeraan Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Paduka Seri Tuanku yang ke-65.

Patik merafak sembah dan memohon doa kehadrat Allah Subhanahu Wataala, mudah-mudahan  Kebawah Duli Yang Maha Mulia Paduka Seri Tuanku dipanjangkan umur, beroleh kesejahteraan, dan dikurniakan kesihatan yang baik, agar dapat terus berada di atas tahta singgahsana memimpin rakyat Negara Brunei Darussalam.

Dirgahayu Tuanku

Wakala Jentayu Emas, Wakala Pusat IMN Malaysia

Tuesday, July 12, 2011

WELCOME DANIQ NABAWI (1/6 DIRHAM NABAWI OR 1/60 TROY OUNCE)

ISLAMIC MINT NUSANTARA mencetak Daniq (1/6 Dirham) = 0.5183 gram atau 1/60 troy ounce berbahan perak murni (999), dengan Standar Nabawi. Dengan telah dihadirkan kembali standar Nabawi sesuai syar’i maka Dinar, Dirham dan Daniq dari Islamic Mint Nusantara dapat berkomunikasi atau bertukar langsung dengan standar troy ounce koin lain di luar Islam seperti koin koin Maple (Canada), American Eagle (USA), Krugerand (South Africa) dan Panda (China). Mari secara bersama kita sosialisasikan penggunaan  daniq untuk berbagai kegiatan keluarga atau komunitas Islam di wilayah kita seperti:
1. Untuk pedagang dalam pasar islam
2. Disimpan dan tabungan bagi keluarga-keluarga muslim
3. Berikan Daniq sebagai hadiah atau mahar dalam acara pernikahan,
4. Untuk toko-toko komoditas muslim dimanapun
5. atau sedekah kepada masjid disekitar anda dan lain sebagainya
Mari kita mentaati Allah dan rasul-Nya dalam upaya meninggalkan riba, semoga Allah menambahkan kekuatan dan pertolongan kepada kita semua dalam mengerjakan ini dengan ikhlas, untuk mencapai ridha-Nya. Amin


Friday, July 8, 2011

DANIQ (1/6 Dirham) STANDAR NABAWI


ISLAMIC MINT NUSANTARA mencetak Daniq (1/6 Dirham) = 0.5183 gram berbahan perak murni, dengan Standar Nabawi sesuai syar’i. Mari secara bersama kita sosialisasikan penggunaan  daniq untuk berbagai kegiatan keluarga atau komunitas Islam di wilayah kita seperti:
1. Untuk pedagang dalam pasar islam
2. Disimpan dan tabungan bagi keluarga-keluarga muslim
3. Berikan Daniq sebagai hadiah atau mahar dalam acara pernikahan,
4. Untuk tokko-toko komoditas muslim dimanapun
5. atau sedekah kepada masjid disekitar anda dan lain sebagainya
Mari kita mentaati Allah dan rasul-Nya dalam upaya meninggalkan riba, semoga Allah menambahkan kekuatan dan pertolongan kepada kita semua dalam mengerjakan ini dengan ikhlas, untuk mencapai ridha-Nya. Amin

Wednesday, July 6, 2011

DANIQ (1/6 DIRHAM) NABAWI STANDART IS AVAILABLE


Bismilllahirrahmairrahim, Alhamdulillah dengan ijin Allah kini telah dicetak oleh Islamic Mint Nusantara koin pecahan Daniq (1/6 Dirham) dengan standar Nabawi (OMS). Ini sebuah kabar baik untuk kita semua muslim, pedagang dan para pengguna dinar dirham islam.

Spesifikasi koin adalah 1 Daniq (Nabawi-IMN) = 0.5183 gram (perak murni), diameter 13 mm. Daniq ini adalah  yang mengikuti standar syari’i pada masa awal  Islam. Bagi muslim dan umum yang memerlukan kini sudah dapat memesan langsung kepada DINARFIRST NUSANTARA dan JARINGAN WAKIL DINARFIRST NUSANTARA. Koin Daniq ini akan sangat berguna untuk keperluan pasar islam, tabungan, hadiah, mahar dan lain sebagainya. Silahkan lihat exchange rate pada www.dinarfirst.org


Friday, July 1, 2011

DR. YUSUF QARDAWI ON DIRHAMS AND DINARS IN SHARI’AH

Tulisan ini adalah kiriman dari saudara Khairul Anam yang diambil dari buku Fikih Zakat, Dr. Yusuf Qardawi (Volume I, hal 129-130) tentang tulisan dirham dan dinar dalam syariah. Tulisan ini paling tidak menjawab pertanyaan kami mengenai dari mana asal usul pengukuran berat 1 Dinar= 4,25 gram tapi kami belum mendapatkan referensi dari mana ketetapan kadar 1 Dinar adalah 22K, karena dalam buku Dr. Qardawi disebutkan adalah emas murni. Sejauh yang kami tahu tulisan di bawah ini adalah referensi satuan berat yang cukup jelas sumbernya yang bisa kami temukan, walaupun demikian kita lihat Dr. Qardawi tidak melakukan pengujian dan pengukuran langsung mithqal terhadap satuan berat hari ini dalam gram.
Dirham and Dinars in Syariah (hal 129-130)

It is essential in order to complete the picture of zakah on gold and silver to find out how much, exactly, is the dirham of silver and the dinar of gold worth today. We can then determine the current equivalent of nisab. Many scholars early and late, have attempted to find out the exact quantity of the dirham and dinar. They include Abu ‘Ubaid in al Amwal, al Baladhari in Futuh al Buldan, al Khattabi in Ma’alim al Sunan, al Mawardi in al Ahkam al Sultaniyah, al Nawawi in al Majmu‘, al Maqrizi in Ancient Islamic Currencies, Ibn Khaldun in the Introduction, and several others.Ibn Khaldun summarizes, “One must realize that it is unanimously agreed upon since the early ages of Islam, the era of the Companions and Followers, that the dirham in Shari’ah is that ten of which equal in weight seven mithqal of gold. Uqiyyah is 30 dirhams. Consequently, the weight of a dirham of silver equals seven-tenths the weight of a dinar of gold. One dinar of pure gold equals 72 grains of rye of average weight; thus, one dirham weighs fifty-five grains. All these measures are affirmed by unanimous agreement.”

The dinar [which is the same as a mithqal] did not change from the era before Islam. However, Muslim currencies, at the above mentioned weights, were used in a wide area, since the time of Ummayad caliph ‘Abd al Malik bin Marwan. At this time, there were different dirhams with different weights, and he unified them, in accordance with the above ratios. Changes were incorporated in later minting of dirhams and dinars after ‘Abd al Malik in several countries, so the above-cited definition by Ibn Khaldun became only theoretical, and people had to find out the proportion between their local currencies and those definitions in determining nisab and other Shari’ah quantities.

The Prophet (p) guides us to a very useful practice, in unifying measures and quantities all over the country. He said, “Weight measures are those used by Makkans, and volume measures are those used by Madinans.” Makkans were people of trade, accustomed circulating dinars and dirhams by weight, and they wore more precise in their weight measurements. Madinans were cultivators of crops and fruits, and they were more accurate in using volume measures, such as al Wasq, al Sa’, and al mudd. It was hoped that all Muslim countries would unify and standardize their measure of weight and volume, in accordance with those of the Makkans, and Madinans, in order to make the application of quantities mentioned in Shari’ah easier. Unfortunately, Muslims have not given sufficient attention to that useful directive of the Prophet (p). They have differences in their measures of weight and volume from one country to the other, and we came to see ratl defined differently in Baghdad, Madinah, Egypt, and Syria, the same way the dirham and dinar were given different weights in different countries. All this makes our task of finding the exact equivalent of the dirham and the dinar today even more difficult. Those grains that were used in defining the dirham and the dinar are not themselves precise, which adds yet another difficulty to the problem on hand. Yet we must determine the exact weight of the dirham and the dinar in order to define nisab of gold and silver in our days.

‘Abd al Rahman Fahmy, secretary of the Islamic Art Museum in Cairo, after a thorough examination of the tools used for minting, and many historical coins, comes up with the estimation that a dirham equals 3.104 grams of silver in his book on coin minting in the early ages of Islam. Ibn ‘Abidin, after narrating several views of the Hanafites, comes up with a conclusion that it is very difficult to find an agreement on the exact weights of dirhams and dinars. A more recent researcher, using al Maqrizi’s writings and comparing Greek and Islamic weights for the dirham and dinar, concludes that the dirham should be 3.12 grams of silver, which is close to Fahmy’s figure. But it seems that the latter study does not distinguish between the dirham that used to be a unit of weight and the dirham that was used as a unit of silver currency. Al Maqrizi himself quotes from al Khattabi that there used to be several dirhams, one a weight unit and another a currency unit. Some other studies depend on actually weighing coins that were saved from the early Islamic eras and preserved in museums throughout the world. It seems, however, that the mithqal, which is the same as the dinar, is more constant and stable than the dirham. If we can determine the weight of a mithqal, then the weight of a dirham can easily be derived.