TEST TUBE BABY - Shariah ruling about In Vitro Fertilization
Author: Mufti Hafidh Syed Ziauddin Naqshbandi Qadri,
Professor, Islamic Law, Jamia Nizamia,
Founder/Director Abul Hasanaat Islamic Research Center.
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>> Introduction
>> Why IVF is needed
>> Diseases on the male side
>> Diseases on the female side
>> Shariah ruling about masturbation to gain semen
>> Clarifications by the Fuqaha in regard to masturbation
>> Shariah ruling about IVF and masturbation
>> Nudity for the sake of gaining the ovum of the lady or to put them back
>> Shariah ruling about using IVF for conception
>> Juristic clarifications and minutiae - Favor of Fuqaha on the Ummah
>> Minutiae in the canons of Fiqh about situations similar to IVF
>> Four cases of combining the sperm and ovum of the husband and the wife
>> Details about permissibility of using IVF
>> Honesty and integrity of the doctors is indispensable
>> Impermissible uses of IVF
>> Combining the sperm and ovum of strangers is akin to adultery
>> Is using IVF changing the creation of Allah?
>> The paternity of an illegitimate child
>> Nikah issues of an illegitimate child

 
 
Shariah ruling about IVF and masturbation

The reason why masturbation has been declared forbidden is the wastage of semen, but in this case, it is being gained to be brought into use for conception.  Thus, here masturbation is being used for a reason contrary to the reason behind its prohibition.  If looked at from this viewpoint, masturbation may be permissible with some degree of undesirability.

 

‘Allama Nujaim Misri (May Allah shower His mercy on him) (deceased 970 Hijri) has written in Al Bahr Ur Raaiq Sharh Kanz Ud Daqaaiq:

 

Translation: Even out of Ramadhan, if this act is done only for the sake of pleasure-seeking, then it is not permissible and if the aim is to lull one’s desire, then it is to be hoped there will be no repercussions of this, provided there is no permissible sexual outlet.  Also, it is prohibited to seek satisfaction with anybody else’s hand apart from one’s own wife and there should be no nudity.  (Al Bahr Ur Raiq, Vol. 2, Pg. No. 475)

 

The same is given in Tabyeen Ul Haqaaiq, Vol. 2, Pg. No. 16 and in ‘Inaya Sharh Hidayah.

 

 

 
 
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