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Organ Transplantation, Euthanasia, Cloning and Animal Experimentation : An Islamic View

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This book deal with ethico-legal issues. Muslims believe that everything they own has been given to them as an amanah (trust) from Allah. Would it constitute a breach of that trust to consent to enrol oneself as an organ donor? Cloning could rectify the problem of infertile couples, but such technology could also be abused with dire consequences. While euthanasia may apparently alleviate the suffering of the terminally ill, would that not compound their agony in the life hereafter? The author sheds light on these issues and acquaints the reader with the latest Islamic rulings on these biotechonological manipulations. Content: Part One: Animal Experimentation Part Two: Blood Transfusion Part Three: Transplantation of Human Organs Part Four: The Moment of Death Conclusion.

Author:- Abul Fadl Mohsin Ebrahim

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Organ Transplantation, Euthanasia, Cloning and Animal Experimentation : An Islamic View
Kube

Organ Transplantation, Euthanasia, Cloning and Animal Experimentation : An Islamic View

$17.00

This book deal with ethico-legal issues. Muslims believe that everything they own has been given to them as an amanah (trust) from Allah. Would it constitute a breach of that trust to consent to enrol oneself as an organ donor? Cloning could rectify the problem of infertile couples, but such technology could also be abused with dire consequences. While euthanasia may apparently alleviate the suffering of the terminally ill, would that not compound their agony in the life hereafter? The author sheds light on these issues and acquaints the reader with the latest Islamic rulings on these biotechonological manipulations. Content: Part One: Animal Experimentation Part Two: Blood Transfusion Part Three: Transplantation of Human Organs Part Four: The Moment of Death Conclusion.

Author:- Abul Fadl Mohsin Ebrahim

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