Reproductive issues from the Islamic perspective

  title={Reproductive issues from the Islamic perspective},
  author={Fatima Husain},
  journal={Human Fertility},
  pages={124 - 128}
  • F. Husain
  • Published 1 January 2000
  • Medicine
  • Human Fertility
The Islamic faith is regarded by its followers, Muslims, as a complete way of life. A multitude of nationalities practise Islam and also various sects, and as a result there are various interpretations of Qur'anic guidance relating to almost every matter. Only a fully qualified jurist of the highest rank can issue edicts on problems that are not already clearly addressed in the Qur'an. This applies to contemporary issues and any Muslim is at liberty to debate and dialogue with the religious… 

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