Islamic Verdicts on Medicine & Cosmetic Surgery By Imam Abdul Aziz Bin Baz
Author: Imam Abdul Aziz Bin Baz
Size: 5.8 x 8.3 inches
About This Book:
"Islamic Verdicts on Medicine & Cosmetic Surgery" by eminent scholar Imam Abdul Aziz Bin Baz is a thorough and illuminating study that offers a nuanced perspective on the ethics and rules governing medical treatments and cosmetic surgery within the framework of Islamic law. The author investigates the complicated and frequently disputed topics regarding medical interventions and their compliance with Islamic beliefs in this work.
Islamic Ethical Framework:
Imam Abdul Aziz Bin Baz examines the problem from an Islamic ethical stance, basing the discussion on the teachings of the Quran, Hadith, and Islamic scholars' wisdom.
The book examines the permissibility, limits, and ethical issues of a wide range of medical and cosmetic operations within the Islamic setting.
Medical ethics: Imam Bin Baz delves into medical ethical principles, highlighting the significance of saving life, alleviating pain, and the responsibility of healthcare practitioners to their patients.
The book discusses cosmetic surgery from an Islamic perspective, including the permissibility of cosmetic enhancements, body modification, and the ethical constraints that apply.
The author considers the cultural and socioeconomic nuances of various Muslim groups, recognizing the differences in views regarding medical treatments and cosmetic surgery.
The book addresses current challenges and advances in medical technology, making it an invaluable reference for individuals navigating the complexity of modern healthcare.
Imam Abdul Aziz Bin Baz was a well-known Islamic scholar noted for his broad knowledge and contributions to Islamic law, providing authoritative direction on religious concerns.