قتل الرحمة

Dublin Core

Title

قتل الرحمة

Transliterated title

Qatl al-raḥmah

Translated title

Euthanasia

Author

الشربيني، عصام
Shirbīnī, ʻIṣām

Publisher

الكويت: المنظمة الإسلامية للعلوم الطبية، 1997

Publisher Translated

Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) 1997

Language

Arabic

Publication Date

19970000

Abstract

تم تقديم هذا البحث إلى الندوة التي عقدتها المنظمة الإسلامية للعلوم الطبية في القاهرة تحت عنوان 'السياسة الصحية: الأخلاقيات والقيم الإنسانية من منظور إسلامي' وذلك خلال الفترة 24-25 نوفمبر من عام 1988. يرى المؤلف أن المعاناة والألم، من منظور إسلامي، لا يبررا ممارسة ما يسمى بقتل الرحمة. على الجانب الآخر يعد التوقف عن عملية التداوي عديمة الفائدة أمرا مباحا في الإسلام ولا ينبغي أن يقاس على قتل الرحمة المحرم.

Abstract Translated

This paper was submitted to the symposium held by the Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS) during the period 24-25 November 1988 in Cairo under the title, 'Health policy: ethics and human values from an Islamic perspective'. The author argues that suffering and pain, from an Islamic ethical perspective, do not justify the practice of euthanasia. On the other hand, withholding futile treatment which is permissible in Islam should not be equated with the forbidden euthanasia.

Notes

Available in English [Euthanasia]

Primary Classification

20.5.1

Secondary Classification

20.5.1;1.1;1.2

Primary keywords

active euthanasia--[pri];allowing to die--[pri];autonomy--[pri];human dignity--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];suffering--[pri];value of life--[pri]

Secondary keywords

aged;caregivers;costs and benefits;ethics;family members;futility;health care;ijtihad;law;National Socialism;obligations of society;physician patient relationship;religion;resuscitation;suicide;voluntary euthanasia;withholding treatment

Subject

Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS)

Conference

Symposium on the ethical dimensions of health policy from an Islamic perspective; Cairo, Egypt; 1988 November 24-25; Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences (IOMS)

Journal Article

In: Jundī, Aḥmad Rajāʼī, ed., al-Siyāsah al-ṣiḥḥīyah: al-akhlāqīyāt wa-al-qiyam al-insānīyah min manẓūr Islāmī (Health policy: ethics and human values from an Islamic perspective). Kuwait: Islamic Organization for Medical Sciences, 1997: 171-189

Primary Document Type

m

Call Number

20.5.1; B00000

Series

Al-Islām wa al-mushkilāt al-ṭibbīyah al-muʻāṣirah 5 (Islam and current medical concerns 5)

Bibliography

Includes references

Collection

Citation

“قتل الرحمة,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 25, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/33574.