Tomb Politics And Politics Tomb: A Madura Community Resistance Study Based On The Tomb’s Location In Suco Village, Mumbulsari Jember Regency

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M. Khoirul Hadi Asy’ari

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The tomb most people called the grave is the final resting place for humans who have passed away and returned to God. The existence of the tomb is now moving into a relationship that has begun to reap in the political case. Thus, the laying of tombs become a unique tradition in Indonesia, exactly at the Suco Mumbulsari sub-district. This can be seen from some of the burial evidence through the owner's house and his relatives. Generally, death graves are placed in the TPU (Public Cemetery), but there are several people who put their family's graves along with their homes. This is part of a unique culture or tradition because there are aspects or values ​​contained in it such; as a history which will later be introduced to the next generation of relatives or even to avoid acquisition towards owner's rights which will be controlled by elements with ties. Therefore, as a solution, the general such community lays graves on their land as a form of resistance in the political case or even rejects politics. Thus, this paper will discuss two main problems, those are; first, What is the concept of the Madura community's grave in the Suco village? Second, What is the resistance of the Madurese community based on the laying of the grave in the Mumbul Sari Jember Suco village? The approach used is femenology. The purpose of this paper is first, to find out the concept of the Madura community tombs in the Suco village. Second, to find out the resistance of the Madurese community based on the laying of tombs in the Suco village of Mumbul Sari, Jember.

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ASY’ARI, M. Khoirul Hadi. Tomb Politics And Politics Tomb: A Madura Community Resistance Study Based On The Tomb’s Location In Suco Village, Mumbulsari Jember Regency. Proceeding of International Conference on Islamic Law, [S.l.], v. 1, n. 1, p. 13-23, mar. 2022. Available at: <https://prosiding.iainponorogo.ac.id/index.php/cilip/article/view/550>. Date accessed: 27 feb. 2024.
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