Using Fatawa within Islamic and Muslim bioethical discourse: the role of doctrinal and theological considerations--a case study of surrogate motherhood

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Title

Using Fatawa within Islamic and Muslim bioethical discourse: the role of doctrinal and theological considerations--a case study of surrogate motherhood

Author

Padela, Aasim I.
Shanawani, Hasan
Kholwadia, Mohammed Amin
Arozullah, Ahsan

Publisher

2011/00/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20110000

Primary Classification

14.2

Secondary Classification

14.2;1.2;2.1

Primary keywords

bioethics--[pri];ethical analysis--[pri];fatwas--[pri];fiqh--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];methods--[pri];surrogate mothers--[pri];theology--[pri]

Secondary keywords

case studies;dissent;ethical theory;ethicists;evaluation;infertility;interdisciplinary communication;Islamic organizations;literature;medicine;modern Muslim religious scholars;organizational policies;physicians;publication bias;religious ethics;terminology;Western world

Subject

Islamic Medical Association of North America (IMANA)

Journal Article

Arda, Berna; Rispler-Chaim, Vardit, eds. Islam and Bioethics. Ankara [Turkey]: Ankara University, 2011: 151-167

Primary Document Type

c

Call Number

R725.59 .I85 2010

Subject Captions

a c

Bibliography

14 refs.

ISBN

9789754829303

Collection

Citation

“Using Fatawa within Islamic and Muslim bioethical discourse: the role of doctrinal and theological considerations--a case study of surrogate motherhood,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed June 25, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/34729.