Revitalization of Moderation Messages in the Madinah Charter: Religious Development Communication Studies
(1) * Nazil Mumtaz al-Mujtahid   (UIN Sumatera Utara, Medan)
(2)  Hasan Sazali   (UIN Sumatera Utara, Medan)
(*) Corresponding Author
This paper aims to determine the role of the Medina charter as a role model in the Indonesian context. The Medina Charter and the Constitution in force in Indonesia both have the function of regulating a heterogeneous society. However, the results of the implementation of the two are very contradictory. The rise of religious problems in Indonesia has led to the assumption that the constitution is unable to accommodate the interests of the whole society. This type of research uses qualitative methods with data collection techniques in the form of interviews and virtual observations. For secondary data used is a literature review approach by comparing various reading materials. This approach is able to provide arguments and reveal problems in a scientific and actual way. The results of the research show that the construction of messages in the Medina charter is oriented towards social and cultural values so that it creates synergy between religious communities. The message of moderation contained in the Medina charter places the principles of humanity with religion as a moral force.
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