Fiqh al-Qadaya al-tibbiyah al-mu'asirah, dirasah fiqhiyah tibbiyah muqaranah muzawwadah bi qararat al-majami'al-fiqhiyah wa al-nadawat al-'ilmiyah
Qaradaghí, 'Alí Muhyi al-Din
Muhammadí, 'Ali Yusuf
Beirut, Lebanon: Dar al-Basha'ir al-Islamiyah, 2008: 624 p.
The study consists of a preliminary chapter - about Islamic methodology of dealing with contemporary medical issues - and six main chapters: definitions, rulings, and guidelines; types of medicine in Islam; gene therapy from the Islamic perspective; abortion, embryonic development, and beginning of life; and issues related to medical education and anatomy.
Abortion; Beginning of Life; Bioethical Issues; Cloning; DNA; DNA Fingerprinting; Education; Embryonic Development; Enhancement Technologies; Ethics; Family Planning; Fatwas; Fiqh; Forensic Medicine; Gene Therapy; Genetic Services; Genome; Guidelines; Halal; Haram; Historical Aspects; Human Genome; Human Genome Project; Ijtihad; Islamic Councils; Islamic Ethics; Islamic Legal Maxims; Islamic Medicine; Life; Medical Education; Medicine; Milk Banks; Religiously Prohibited Materials; Reproductive Technologies; Research; Sex Preselection; Sharia; Therapeutics; Religious Ethics; Bioethics; Scientific Research Ethics; Philosophy of the Health Professions;
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Ru'yah Islamiyah li ba'a al-mumarasat al-tibbiyah al-mu'asirah: al-juz' al-awwal al-mawad al-idafiyah wa al-istihalah wa al-mufattirat Jundi, Ahmad Raja'i; Bishr, Mukhtar Muhammad (1999)The Islamic juristic rulings with pertinence to food additives, chemical transformation of substances which change their status, within Islamic jurisprudence, from impurity to purity and the substances whose partaking would ...