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The righteous understanding of naș implicates Muslim’s application as a representation of Islamic teaching in society. If this understanding is flawed, the social value of Islam that reconstructs the social and national life of Muslims has no role, but it disrupts the social balance of society. Related to this, one of the verses in The n, Surah At-Taubah : 123, is often used as evidence by some communities of Muslims to legitimate the exclusivity of Islam in social life dan shows how discrimination against the non-Islamist religion. This, of course, thwarts the value of Islamic universities and inclusivity in social and national life, especially in this modern era. By the maqāșidi interpretation approach, this article attempts to seek maqāșid from this verse based on a re-contextual reading of Ricoeur’s hermeneutic that is suitable with the nowadays context and reality. By reviewing the maqāșid of the verse, this article reveals the mission brought by the verse and its implication for Muslim social and national life. Therefore, it will be concluded that the order in this verse suits the micro context of this verse, but it does not match what we find nowadays. The interpretation maqāșidi approach helps to find the ontology of this verse which is the general maqāșid of this verse, that is, to bring universal grace and happiness.
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