Naql Wa Zira'at Al-a'da' Al-Tanasuliyah
Ashqar, Muhammad Sulayman
In: Jundí, Ahmad Raja'i, ed., Ru'yah Islamiyah li zira'at ba'd al-a'da' al-bashariyah [An Islamic vision for the transplantation of some human organs], Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences, 1994: 539-558
This paper was submitted to the symposium held by the Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) during the period 23-24 October 1989 on organ transplantation. The author argues that transplanting the testicles and ovaries is permitted in Islam. He also refutes different ethical objections raised against this type of transplant. In a postscript the author, however, states that he did change his mind after discussions with the other participants in the symposium and finally concludes that transplanting the testicles and ovaries is forbidden.
Analogy; Ethics; Fiqh; Genitalia; Ijtihad; Infertility; Islamic Councils; Islamic Ethics; Modern Muslim Religious Scholars; Mothers; Muslim Religious Scholars; Organ Donation; Organ Transplantation; Ovaries; Pre-Modern Muslim Religious Scholars; Surrogate Mothers; Transplantation; Uterus; Religious Ethics; Artificial and Transplanted Organs or Tissues; Donation / Procurement of Organs and Tissues;
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Al-istifadah min al-ajinnah almujhadah aw al-za'idah 'an al-hajah fi al-tajarib al-'ilmíyah wa zira'at al-a'da' Ashqar, 'Umar Sulayman (1994)This paper was submitted to the symposium held by the Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) during the period 23-24 October 1989 on organ transplantation. This paper discusses the relgio-ethical aspects of ...