A°mad, A°mad Mu°ammad Luñfí
Alexandria: Dar al-Fikr al-Jåmi
This book contains several chapters that deal with sharia rulings pertaining to biomedical issues which include: natural insemination and its impediments; concept of artificial insemination and its history; internal artificial insemination; external artificial insemination; treatment of surplus fertilized ova; sharia implications of artificial insemination; and surrogate mothers and womb renting.
Abortion; Artificial Insemination; Beginning of Life; Ethics; Fetal Development; Fetal Research; Fetuses; Herbal Therapy; Historical Aspects; Human Experimentation; Infertility; Islamic Ethics; Life; Medical Ethics; Miscarriage; Mothers; Organ Transplantation; Reproduction; Reproductive Technologies; Research; Sharia; Surrogate Mothers; Transplantation; Religious Ethics; Reproduction / Reproductive Technologies; Artificial Insemination and Surrogacy; In Vitro Fertilization and Embryo Transfer; Cryobanking of Sperm, Ova, or Embryos; Research on Embryos and Fetuses;
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