He presented the question posed by Dr. Jalal Mohammed Ashi, the Secretary General of the Arab States in the Gulf States, asking for the opinion of Islam regarding the transfer of organs in general and the kidneys in particular, from the neighborhood to the neighborhood, or from the dead to the living, with or without a will.
After presenting the subject to the Committee, it considered that:
Whether it is permissible or not, since the necessity of saving a neighborhood is permissible, and this transfer is not necessary, and it is recommended for him to do so by others.
If the person who is transferred from him is alive, if the transferred part leads to his death, such as the heart or the lungs, the transfer is absolute haraam, whether he is authorized or not, because if he is a suicide, he is committing suicide without his permission.
If the disobedient part leads to his death on the meaning that it is possible for a person to live with someone else looking: if he is disobeying him with a duty, or in which his support is transferred to him on a mahram, then it is haraam, such as the hands or the two men together so that a person is unable to earn a living, Honest and honest in the sanctity of permission and lack of permission.
If this is not done as one of the kidneys or eyes, or one of the teeth or some blood .. If the transfer without permission was forbidden and the punishment or retribution to what is detailed in the section of crimes and religions in the books of jurisprudence. If he is authorized, it is permissible if the success of the operation is successful.
Rapporteur of the Fatwa Committee
Mashaal Mubarak Al - Sabah
The Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs
Opinion No. 132/79
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