ANALYTICAL COMPARATIVE STUDY OF APPLICATION OF ISLAMIC LAW IN INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA
The application of Islamic law can have different patterns and systems from one country to another, which is an impact of the openness of Islam in the formulation of laws while not contradicting the arguments that come from the Qur'an and Hadiths. So, it could be that in one country, a law that makes Islam its soul will be different from the laws in other countries even though it makes Islam its soul. And nothing is truer or more wrong between the two of them, as long as the law does not contradict the arguments of the Qur'an and the Hadith. This research will discuss the governance of Indonesia and Malaysia, and explain the socio-cultural-historical conditions of each country that are relevant to the discourse on the application of Islamic law in each of these countries. Furthermore, this study will analyze the prospects and possibilities to what extent the application of Islamic law can be applied in each country in the context of the current modern government system. The final stage and the purpose of this research will be to compare the real application of Islamic law in each country that has a different system of government, constitution and historical rationalization bases, and try to uncover the prospects of applying Islamic law in Indonesia and Malaysia for the future.