سٹم سیلز کی شرعی حیثیت
Rapid technological developments in human embryonic stem cell research are holding promises of future new medical treatment for a range of currently incurable chronic diseases. At the same time, stem cell research using human embryos raises radically new, previously unimaginable ethical issues posing a dramatic challenge to humankind. In the Islamic world, stem cell research using human embryos provokes a new discussions about the moral and religious status of the embryo according to Islamic ethical norms. In this article, the theological and moral criteria is describe and some ethical positions vis-à-vis embryonic stem cell research formulated in the Islamic world is discussed, including official regulations existing in some Muslim countries. The basic view is that this reflection is of paramount importance in establishing a straightforward constructive dialogue on stem cells reserch according to Islamic point of view
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