30 September 2012

Aborting is 100% Haram

What a very scary phenomenon occur in this world, but this adverse phenomenon has swept Malaysia, I mean the phenomenon of illegal abortion. I'm sorry if I say that the habit of illegal abortion in Malaysia started from the West and influenced to  teenagers in this country. The situation becomes out of control with less monitoring by the family, especially parents. From my point of view this happens because of now a days both parents in Malaysia go out to work and when they are at home after work,  they already exhaustion and could not spend time with the children especially the teenagers. Even worse if the parents forgot to 'give' religious education to their children as a guidance for living in this world which filled with 1001 challenges.

Abortion law in Islam inherently illegal, either the fetus is from the out of wedlock or illegitimate children. it remains illegal and condemned by God. Below is the view from an Islamic scholar about the title.

Eventually I hope to all my friends who have children, please give them a little time each day. Please speak to them about the law of Allah since they are small. Pity them for this offense will be a nightmare that will follow them throughout life.

Imam Ibn Tamiyya states in his Fatawa collection: “Aborting a fetus has been declared unlawful (Haram) with the consensus of all the Muslim scholars. It is similar to burying an infant alive as referred to by Allah Almighty in the verse of the Qur’an: “And when the female infant, buried alive, will be asked as to what crime she was killed for” (Surah al-Takwir, 8) (Fatawa Ibn Tamiyya, 4/217).

A woman is pregnant and has had several scans, which show that there are deformities in the fetus. Is it permissible to abort it? It is not permissible to abort the fetus because of the deformity mentioned in the question. Allah may heal the fetus during the remainder of the pregnancy, and it may be born normal and healthy, as has happened to many people. Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah, 21/440.

They were also asked about a pregnant woman who was treated for cancer with radiotherapy, which would
affect the fetus and cause it to be born deformed – is it permissible to abort it? They replied: It is not permissible to abort the fetus which it is feared may be deformed. Rather the matter should be left to the will of Allah  it may be free of deformity. Fataawa al-Lajnah al-Daa’imah, 21/249. 

Jazaakumullah khayran

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