'They say Islam has a solution for everthing, so why are there no guidelines for this?' Ethical dilemmas associated wtih the births and deaths of infants with fatal abnormalities from a small sample of Pakistani Muslim couples in Britain

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Title

'They say Islam has a solution for everthing, so why are there no guidelines for this?' Ethical dilemmas associated wtih the births and deaths of infants with fatal abnormalities from a small sample of Pakistani Muslim couples in Britain

Author

Shaw, Alison

Publisher

2012/11/00

Language

English

Publication Date

20121100

Primary Classification

15.2

Secondary Classification

15.2;12.3;20.5.2;1.2

Primary keywords

abortion--[pri];allowing to die--[pri];infants--[pri];Islamic ethics--[pri];personhood--[pri];prenatal diagnosis--[pri]

Secondary keywords

fatwas;fetuses;miscarriage;Muslims;preganancy;viability;women

Journal Article

Bioethics 2012 November; 26(9):485-492

Call Number

citation

Subject Captions

a

Bibliography

25 fns.

ISSN

02699702 (print);14678519 (online)

Collection

Citation

“'They say Islam has a solution for everthing, so why are there no guidelines for this?' Ethical dilemmas associated wtih the births and deaths of infants with fatal abnormalities from a small sample of Pakistani Muslim couples in Britain,” Islamic Medical & Scientific Ethics, accessed May 28, 2024, http://imse.ibp.georgetown.domains/items/show/35368.