Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar Proceedings, The 1st International Conference on Science and Islamic Studies (ICOSIS-2023)

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Al-Qur'an insights about anger and hatred, educational psychology perspective
Mihrawati Mihrawati, Achmad Mujahid

Last modified: 2023-10-22


The modern interpretation of the Qur'anic insight about anger and hatred has summarized 3 terms in the Qur'an: Ghadza, yaghidzu, and ghaidzan. It means to make it angry, to be angry, and to anger. Ghadhuub means the angry one who gets angry quickly. Ghaidz, ghiyaadz means anger. The term anger in the Qur'an is grouped into 3 categories of anger and 1 category of hatred, namely: (1) The nature of the prophet's anger towards his people, (2) The nature of God's anger towards people who violate Islamic teachings, (3) The nature of human anger towards other humans, and (4) the nature of God's mercy to people who hold back anger and hatred. According to the perspective of educational psychology, this research on anger and hatred showed a positive correlation in students after updating their observations, responses, and willingness. The research results showed that 6 students had a very positive attitude by following all the teacher's directions. 6 students are positive and follow the teacher's directions, and 2 are still in the coaching stage. Guidance and counseling with the method of planting philosophy and praying have succeeded in helping children to complete aspects of attitude assessment in biology subjects. The will factor strongly influences the child's ability to absorb the values instilled. The more positive the child's attitude, the easier it was for the child to complete the lesson.


Al-Qur'an insights; anger and hatred; educational psychology perspective

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