ahkaam vazee kodakan nashi az ehdaye gamat dar rabeteh ba tavarous = A study on the inheritance of children born through donor gamete (Sperm, ovum or both)

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Title

ahkaam vazee kodakan nashi az ehdaye gamat dar rabeteh ba tavarous = A study on the inheritance of children born through donor gamete (Sperm, ovum or both)

Author

Gheblei, Kh.

Publisher

20070000

Language

English

Publication Date

20070000

Abstract

The opening part of the paper includes discussions on the following topics: I. History of donor gamete (sperm) insemination. 2. Definition of gamete donation, and its types. 3. Requirements of inheritance, and its conditions and restrictions. 4. Definition of relation: relation in literal usage, in common custom and practice, and in law and Sharia. Different types of gamete donation are mentioned and the inheritance of children born this way is examined. The following questions are addressed in this section: First, who are the legal parents of children born through donor gametes: the donors of the sperm and ovum, or the host and her husband? Second, does inheritance hold between them and their mothers' fathers or other ancestors? Thirds, as in certain types of gamete donation a lineage cannot be established and neither the man nor the wife (womb owner) bear any relation to the embryo, what rules do apply as far as inheritance, maintenance (nafaqa), and child custody are concerned? Fourth, if the man in the above example divorces his wife made pregnant through donor gamete, who will be legally bound to the maintenance during the waiting period of three months (known as eddah)? The assumption is that the contributors of the sperm and ovum are act known. In answering these questions, we have drawn on Islamic jurisprudential sources (the Quran, the Prophet's tradition, and literal meanings of the terms. The views of Islamic jurisprudents, and jurists, for and against, and their arguments are examined. The opinions of respected contemporary sources of emulation, and jurisprudents are included in the concluding part of the paper.

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Abstract in English

Primary Classification

14.2

Secondary Classification

14.2;4.4;14.4

Primary keywords

germ cells--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];ovum donors--[pri];parent child relationship--[pri];reproductive technologies--[pri];semen donors--[pri]

Secondary keywords

artificial insemination;children;fathers;Koran;legal rights;marital relationship;mothers;Muslim religious scholars;sharia;surrogate mothers

Journal Article

Payesh, Journal of the Iranian Institute for Health Sciences Research 2007; 6(4): 365-371 [Online]. Accessed: http://iranmedex.com/english/articles_detail.asp [ 2010 Nov. 30]

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Primary Document Type

ja

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citation

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“ahkaam vazee kodakan nashi az ehdaye gamat dar rabeteh ba tavarous = A study on the inheritance of children born through donor gamete (Sperm, ovum or both),” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed July 14, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34144.