By Mohammed Ali Al-Bar, Hassan Chamsi-Pasha
This e-book discusses the typical rules of morality and ethics derived from divinely endowed intuitive cause throughout the construction of al-fitr' a (nature) and human mind (al-‘aql). Biomedical issues are offered and moral concerns on the topic of themes comparable to genetic trying out, assisted replica and organ transplantation are discussed.
Whereas those normal assets are God’s distinctive presents to humans, God’s revelation as given to the prophets is the supernatural resource of divine assistance wherein human groups were guided constantly via heritage. the second one a part of the ebook concentrates at the targets of Islamic spiritual perform – the maqa' sid – which come with: renovation of religion, upkeep of existence, protection of brain (intellect and reason), renovation of Progeny (al-nasl) and upkeep of estate. finally, the 3rd a part of the e-book discusses chosen topical matters, together with abortion, assisted copy units, genetics, organ transplantation, mind loss of life and end-of-life facets. for every subject, the present scientific proof is via a close dialogue of the moral concerns involved.
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Muslim believe these scriptures to be the word of God (before distortions). (4) Belief in the Angels of God who were created from light (nur). They always obey God by their nature and hence always do good. Muslims know about the high ranking angels who have been mentioned in the Islamic tradition. Hence, Gabriel is the angel who brought revelation to Muhammad, Mikhael is the Angel of Mercy (Rain), Israﬁl blows the horn the Angel of Death (Izrail) and Munkar and Nakir, the two angels who are responsible for questioning people when they are lowered in their graves at the burial.
Both Khadija and the Prophet’s uncle, Abu Talib, who also supported him, died in that same year. A number of women of Medina supported the Prophet and even fought battles with him. The Qur’an stressed the equality of men and women in the sight of Allah, and the women continued to play a pivotal role in the community. The Qur’an says: Indeed the Muslim men and Muslim women, the believing men and the believing women, the obedient men and women, the truthful men and women, the humble men and women, the charitable men and women, the fasting men and women, the men who guard their private parts and the women who do so, and the men who remember Allah often and women who do so, for them Allah has prepared forgiveness and great reward.
In fact, when the Prophet had the ﬁrst encounter with revelation in the Cave of Hira in Makkah, he came back trembling from the harsh new experience with the Archangel Gabriel. Khadija supported him and he was afraid of being attacked by bad spirits turning him into insanity. It was Khadija who reassured him saying: “Nay…never will Allah let you down. You are kind and considerate towards kin. You help the poor and forlorn, and bear their burdens. You are striving to restore the high moral qualities that your people have lost.
Contemporary bioethics : Islamic perspective by Mohammed Ali Al-Bar, Hassan Chamsi-Pasha