Allilal (Al’awqaf Lilsiyahat Alhilal) Apps: Optimization of Cash Waqf Payments to Improve Halal Tourism in Indonesia

Ane Tri Septiani, Nur Indah Aulia Hidayat, Karil Maulita

Abstract


The majority of Indonesians know that waqf is only physical. In fact, the MUI has issued a fatwa that cash waqf is allowed. According to the Mastercard Crescent Rating GMTI in 2019, Indonesia and Malaysia are in the first position of the world's most favorite halal tourist destinations. At present, countries in the world are competing to increase the tourism sector to obtain foreign exchange. This study aims to help find creative solutions in the effort to develop halal tourism in Indonesia through cash waqf and introduce cash waqf to the community. Data is obtained through literature studies and interviews with local communities. Data was analyzed by qualitative descriptive method. We present the ALLILAL application as a solution to optimize cash waqf in increasing halal tourism in Indonesia. The results showed that the community was helped by the ALLILAL application to develop halal tourism and improve the community economy.


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