Human cloning from the view of Islamic jurisprudence (Shiite and Sunni)
Cloning or simulation of a living organism is to product through asexual means. Then, the human cloning is to Human production without the sperm. Human cloning has caused much discussion in scientific circles. Scholars concerned about the possible consequences of human cloning, but on the other hand, the verdict sanctions, deprive the scientific community and research.
Opponents of human cloning, ratiocinate for forbidding and prohibition it. Some of these arguments are religious reasons, some verbal, some social, and some moral. Sunni scholars allowed the use of simulation techniques or asexual reproduction in animals. But, they all forbidden prevent the human cloning in any cases.
Most of the Shiite thinkers, allowed the simulation plants and animals due to the permissible principle. But, in the field of human simulation, there is no consensus and there are four different opinions. Some of them believe to permissible absolutely, and the group of them believe to forbidden absolutely. Another group forbids the human cloning at the individual level. The fourth group believe that it be allowed as Primary verdict by itself but, because of its adverse consequences, human cloning is forbidden as secondary verdict.
Article Type:
Research/Original Article
Islamic Jurisprudence Research, Volume:13 Issue:4, 2018
795 - 815  
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