Naql wa zar' al-a'da' al-bashariyah, dirasah fiqhiyah tibbiyah qanuniyah
Beirut, Lebanon: Mu'ssasat al-Risalah, 2007: 88 p.
This book discusses several issues pertaining to the transfer and transplantation of human organs. It consists of seven short chapters addressing: the ruling of seeking medication; sharia-based ruling on organ transplantation; sharia-based ruling on sale of human organs; sharia-based ruling on transfusion and sale of human blood; sale of human female milk; statements of the Islamic Fiqh Academy affiliated with the Muslim World League on the issues of sale and transplantation; and the legal adjustment of the sale and transplantation of human organs.
Arab World; Blood; Blood Transfusions; Body Parts and Fluids; Commerce; Comparative Studies; Consent; Death; Determination of Death; Ethics; Fiqh; Informed Consent; Islamic Councils; Islamic Ethics; Legal Aspects; Legislation; Milk Banks; Muslim World; Organ Donation; Organ Transplantation; Sharia; Transplantation; Religious Ethics; Artificial and Transplanted Organs or Tissues; Donation / Procurement of Organs and Tissues;
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'Abd al-Samí', Usamah al-Sayyid (2006)This is a comparative jurisprudential study on the transfer and transplantation of human organs. It consists of an introduction and four main chapters. The introduction gives background information about the definition and ...