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Title: The Rights of Foetus from Islamic Perspective
Authors: Halilah Binti Abdullah
Keywords: Fetus--Legal status, laws, etc.
Human embryo--Moral and ethical aspects
tes FSU 2003 .H355
Issue Date: 2003
Publisher: Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia
Abstract: This academic project will look into all the rights of a foetus generally and specifically with reference to the Holy Quran, Tradition (Hadith), and the opinions of the different Schools of thought. Subsequently, the most important among these rights will be viewed. The library research, reviewing relevant document, and interview were the tools employed for data gathering purposes. The finding indicate that Islam has granted the certain rights to the foetus such as right to live, right to paternity (nasab), right to maintenance, right to protection and health care, right to inherit, and right to be buried. Although the foetus is not yet living its full life, certain rights have been granted to him or her and these rights will be carried out when the foetus is ready to be born.
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