Alleged Criminal Acts Of Blasphemy In The Repatriation And Burial Of Bodies Due To Covid-19

Authors

  • Isnaini Imroatus Solichah Law Faculty Brawijaya University
  • Hanif Nur Widhiyanti Law Faculty Brawijaya University

Keywords:

Corpses due to Covid-19, Caring for the Corpses, Blasphemy

Abstract

Since the WHO declared that the Covid-19 outbreak had reached the level of a global pandemic, it had prompted governments in many countries to take urgent and aggressive action to immediately stop the spread of the deadly virus. Various policies are made and implemented by the governments of each country to control the spread of the disease. One of the concerns in Indonesia, where the majority of the population is Muslim, is the policy for the burial of corpses due to Covid-19. Taking into account that the corpse of a Covid-19 patient is a corpse infected with a contagious disease and must be handled specifically to protect the burial officers by still paying attention to the provisions of Shara' which are the rights of the corpse.

Author Biographies

Isnaini Imroatus Solichah, Law Faculty Brawijaya University

Hakim di Pengadilan Negeri Kota Probolinggo yang tengah menyelesaikan Tesis pada Program Magister Ilmu Hukum Fakultas Hukum Universitas Brawijaya Malang

Hanif Nur Widhiyanti, Law Faculty Brawijaya University

Dosen Fakutas Hukum Universitas Brawijaya Malang

Published

2021-10-24

How to Cite

Solichah, I. I., & Widhiyanti, H. N. (2021). Alleged Criminal Acts Of Blasphemy In The Repatriation And Burial Of Bodies Due To Covid-19. Jurnal Hukum Lex Generalis, 2(10), 889–912. Retrieved from https://ojs.rewangrencang.com/index.php/JHLG/article/view/138

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