RECONSTRUCTION OF THE CHALIPHATE AS AN ALTERNATIVE THE RESURRECTION OF ISLAMIC CIVILIZATION IN THE XXI CENTURY
This article discusses the reconstruction of the Chaliphate as an alternative to the rise of Islamic civilization in the 21st century. Starting from various problems and crises experienced by various Islamic countries entering the 20th and 21st centuries, various solutions have been offered to overcome these problems, including the offer to restore the political institutions of the Chaliphate in the midst of Muslim life. Reconstruction of the Chaliphate is based on empirical facts of Muslims in the past, because historically the Chaliphate has a track record since the first Khulafa al-Rashidin year 11 Hijri / 622 AD until the last Ottoman Chaliphate in Istanbul in 1342 Hijri/1924 AD. Throughout the Chaliphate Era at a certain time the Muslims had reached a very high civilization. The height of this civilization finally suffered a setback and collapsed in 1924. While the hegemony of Western civilization which stood on the ideology of capitalism caused various crises in Islamic countries. In the midst of various problems that plagued Muslims, the reconstruction of the Chaliphate was expected to be able to revive the height of Islamic civilization as had been achieved by Muslims in the past. Historical method of contextual analysis with political approaches and Islamic state administration is used to examine and analyze the problem.