Maqasid Syariah Ibn ‘Asyur dan Pengukuran Kinerja Rantai Suplai Halal

  • Usman Usman


Halal features in the halal supply chain provide the consequence that we need to use specific parameters to measure its performance. Therefore, maqasid al-sharia theory by Ibn ‘Asyur and the SCOR (Supply Chain Operations Reference) model are considered as the basis for developing a conceptual framework for measuring the performance of halal supply chain. Through the literature review, the dimensions of Ibn ‘Asyur's maqasid theory and the SCOR model were identified. With the content analysis approach, the results are obtained that all dimensions of the SCOR model can be mapped well to the dimensions of the Ibn ‘Asyur maqasid, but not vice versa. As one of the important and established dimensions in the maqasid al-sharia, religious protection is not mapped. Therefore the protection of religion represented by the sharia compliance principles must be determined as complementary to the SCOR model. The result is obtained a conceptual framework for measuring the performance of halal supply chains which consists of 7 main dimensions, namely: sharia compliance principles, reliability, response rates, agility, costs, efficiency, and human aspects.


Ab Talib, M. S., Abdul Hamid, A. B., Chin, & Chin, T. A. (2016). Can halal certification influence logistics performance?. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 7(4), 461-475.

Ab Talib, M. S., Abdul Hamid, A. B., & Zulfakar, M. H. (2015). Halal supply chain critical success factors: a literature review. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 6(1), 44-71.

Ab Talib, M. S., & Abdul Hamid, A. B. (2014). Halal logistics in Malaysia: a SWOT analysis. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 5(3), 322-343.

Ahmed, H. (2011). Maqasid al-Shari’ah and Islamic financial products: a framework for assessment. ISRA International journal of Islamic finance, 3(1), 149-160.

Alam, M. M., Hassan, S., & Said, J. (2015). Performance of Islamic microcredit in perspective of Maqasid Al-Shariah: A case study on Amanah Ikhtiar Malaysia. Humanomics, 31(4), 374-384.

Antonio, M. S., Sanrego, Y. D., & Taufiq, M. (2012). An Analysis of Islamic Banking Performance: Maqashid Index Implementation in Indonesia and Jordania. Journal of Islamic Finance, 1(1).

Ashur, M. T. I (2006). Treatise on Maqāṣid al-Shari’ah, International Institute of Islamic Thought, London.

Asutay, M., & Harningtyas, A. F. (2015). Developing Maqasid al-Shari’ah Index to evaluate social performance of Islamic Banks: A conceptual and empirical attempt. International Journal of Islamic Economics and Finance Studies, 1(1).

Auda, Jaseer (2007), Maqāṣid Al-Sharī’ah As Philosophy of Islamic Law – A Systems Approach. The International Institute of Islamic Thought, London, Washington.

Bahli, H. S. H. (2011), Awareness on the Halal industry, International Halal Conference, Sheraton Hotel, Karachi, Pakistan, 22 – 23 March, tersedia di: (diakses 28 Desember 2017).

Bedoui, H. E. (2012). Ethical competitive advantage for Islamic finance institutions: How should they measure their performances. In Tenth Harvard University Forum on Islamic Finance. Cambridge, MA USA: Islamic Finance And Development.

Elias, E. M., Othman, S. N., & Yaacob, N. A. (2017). Relationship of spirituality leadership style and SMEs performance in halal supply chain. International Journal of Supply Chain Management (IJSCM), 6(2), 166-176.

Esen, M. F. (2015). A statistical framework on identification of Maqasid Al-Shariah Variables for socio-economic development index. Journal of Business Studies Quarterly, 7(1), 107.

Gobaili Saged, A. A., Abu Alhaj, T. A., & Zulkifli Bi, M. Y. (2017). The role of the Maqās․ id al-Sharīʿah in preserving the environment. Humanomics, 33(2), 125-132.

Kasri, R. A. (2016). Maqasid al-Shariah and performance of Zakah institutions. Kyoto Bulletin of Islamic Area Studies, 9, 19-41.

Min, H. (2015), The Essentials of Supply Chain Management: New Business Concepts and Applications, Pearson Education, Ltd.

Mohammed, M. O., & Taib, F. M. (2015). Developing Islamic banking performance measures based on Maqasid al-Shari’ah framework: Cases of 24 selected banks. Journal of Islamic Monetary Economics and Finance, 1(1), 55-77.

Mohammed, M. O., Tarique, K. M., & Islam, R. (2015). Measuring the performance of Islamic banks using maqasid-based model. Intellectual Discourse, 23, 401.

Ngah, A. H., Zainuddin, Y., & Thurasamy, R. (2014). Adoption of Halal Supply Chain among Malaysian Halal Manufacturers: An Exploratory Study. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 129, 388-395.

Omar, E. N., Jaafar, H. S., & Osman, M. R. (2013). Halalan toyyiban supply chain of the food industry. Journal of Emerging Economies and Islamic Research (JEEIR), 1(3).

Omar, E. N., & Jaafar, H. S. (2011, September). Halal supply chain in the food industry-A conceptual model. In Business, Engineering and Industrial Applications (ISBEIA), 2011 IEEE Symposium on (pp. 384-389). IEEE.

Pew Research Center (2011), The Future of the Global Muslim Population – Projections for 2010-20130, Pew Research Center’s Forum on Religion & Public Life,

Purnomo, D., Pujianto, T., & Maulana, R. (2015). Information System for Halal Supply Chain Traceability. Journal of Halal Research, 1(1), 19-24.

Rafikov, I., & Saiti, B. (2017). An analysis of financial speculation: from the Maqasid Al-Shari’ah perspective. Humanomics, 33(1), 2-14.

Rahman, F. K., Tareq, M. A., Yunanda, R. A., & Mahdzir, A. (2017). Maqashid Al-Shari’ah-based performance measurement for the halâl industry. Humanomics, 33(3), 357-370.

Saifuddeen, S. M., Rahman, N. N. A., Isa, N. M., & Baharuddin, A. (2014). Maqasid al-Shariah as a complementary framework to conventional bioethics. Science and engineering ethics, 20(2), 317-327.

Saifudin, A. M., Othman, S. N., & Elias, E. M. (2017a). Exploring in Setting a Model for Islamic Supply Chain in Malaysia. International Review of Management and Marketing, 7(1), 95 – 102.

Saifudin, A. M., Othman, S. N., & Elias, E. M. (2017b). Critical Factors of the New Islamic Supply Chain Model Through the Lens of Descriptive Data Analysis. Int. J Sup. Chain. Mgt Vol, 6(1), 203-208.

TTarmizi, H. A., Kamarulzaman, N. H., Latiff, I. A., & Rahman, A. A. (2014). Factors influencing readiness towards halal logistics among food-based logistics players in Malaysia. UMK Procedia, 1, 42-49.

Thomson Reuters (2019), State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2019/2020, Thomson Reuters.

Thomson Reuters (2018), State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2018/2019, Thomson Reuters.

Thomson Reuters (2017), State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2017/2018, Thomson Reuters.

Thomson Reuters (2014), State of the Global Islamic Economy Report 2014/2015, Thomson Reuters.

Tieman, M., & Ghazali, M. C. (2014). Halal control activities and assurance activities in halal food logistics. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 121, 44-57.

Tieman, M., van der Vorst, J. G., & Ghazali, M. C. (2012). Principles in halal supply chain management. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 3(3), 217-243.

Tieman, M. (2011). The application of Halal in supply chain management: in-depth interviews. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 2(2), 186-195.

Ullah, S., & Kiani, A. K. (2017). Maqasid-al-Shariah-based socio-economic development index (SCECDI): The case of some selected Islamic economies. Journal of Emerging Economies & Islamic Research, 5(3).

Van der Spiegel, M., Van der Fels-Klerx, H. J., Sterrenburg, P., Van Ruth, S. M., Scholtens-Toma, I. M. J., & Kok, E. J. (2012). Halal assurance in food supply chains: Verification of halal certificates using audits and laboratory analysis. Trends in Food Science & Technology, 27(2), 109-119.

Zahrah, M. A. (2010). Ushul Fiqih. Terj. Saefullah Ma'shum, dkk., Pustaka Firdaus, Jakarta.

Zailani, S., Iranmanesh, M., Aziz, A. A., & Kanapathy, K. (2017). Halal logistics opportunities and challenges. Journal of Islamic Marketing, 8(1), 127-139.

Zailani, S., Arifin, Z., Wahid, N. A., Othman, R., & Fernando, Y. (2010). Halal traceability and halal tracking systems in strengthening halal food supply chain for food industry in Malaysia. Journal of food Technology, 8(3), 74-81.

Zainuddin, A., & Shariff, S. M. (2016). Preferences for Halalan Toyyiban Retail Supply Chain Certification: A Case of Hypermarket. Procedia Economics and Finance, 37, 405-411.

Zulfakar, M. H., Anuar, M. M., & Ab Talib, M. S. (2014). Conceptual framework on halal food supply chain integrity enhancement. Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences, 121, 58-67.

Zulfakar, M. H., Jie, F., & Chan, C. (2013, June). Critical success factors for a successful implementation of halal red meat supply chain in Australia: meat processor’s perspective. In 11th ANZAM Operations, Supply Chain and Services Management Symposium, Melbourne (pp. 20-21).
How to Cite
USMAN, Usman. Maqasid Syariah Ibn ‘Asyur dan Pengukuran Kinerja Rantai Suplai Halal. JURNAL HUKUM ISLAM, [S.l.], p. 251-269, dec. 2019. ISSN 2502-7719. Available at: <>. Date accessed: 14 july 2020. doi: