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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