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Birth Control & Abortion in Islam |Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam
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Birth Control & Abortion in Islam |Mufti Muhammad ibn Adam

Birth Control & Abortion in Islam
By (Mufti) Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari

Paperback 88 Pages: 88
Dimensions: 5.5" x 8.5"
ISBN: 1-933764-00-7
Pub. Date: May 2006
Published By White thread Press, California

Birth control, or family planning through contraception, has become a common practice in society. Many new methods of permanent and temporary contraception have become widespread. Consequently, Muslims have also increasingly begun adopting the various means of limiting or spacing out procreation.

This no doubt has a deep influence on the very core of our society and thus raises many ethical and religious questions, particularly surrounding abortion. Birth Control & Abortion in Islam systematically and concisely presents the relevant rules and regulations of Islamic law on these issues. The discussions are based entirely on the Holy Qur´┐Żan, Sunna, and the formal legal rulings propounded by the jurists of the four major Sunni schools of Islamic law. After learning of the significance of the topic through the authors simple writing style, the reader is guided through the Islamic teachings on the various forms of birth control and abortion with unequivocal conclusiveness. Short and to the point, it contains all the essentials one needs to know about the subject.

About The Author

Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari

(Shaykh Mufti) Muhammad ibn Adam al-Kawthari is a traditionally trained scholar who studied in different parts of the world. Born in Leicester, UK in 1976 and raised under the guidance of his illustrious father, Maulana Adam, he started learning about Islam from a very young age. He memorized the Holy Quran at a very tender age of 9.

At the age of 12, he enrolled into one of the famous Islamic institutions in Britain, Darul Uloom in Bury, and studied the Arabic Language and various other Islamic Sciences
After graduating from the Dar al-Uloom, he travelled to Karachi, Pakistan, where he studied under Shaykh Justice Mufti Muhammad Taqi Usmani (Vice Chairman, International Islamic Fiqh Academy, Jeddah) and others.

In the year 2000, he travelled to Damascus, Syria, where he increased in experience and knowledge by studying under the great Ulama of Sham ( Syria). Among those from who he has Ijazah are Shaykh Abd al- Razzaq al-Halabi and Shaykh Doctor Abd al- Latif Farfur al-Hasani.

He presently resides in Leicester, UK, where he teaches students the various Sciences of Islamic Knowledge at Jamiah Uloom al-Quran, and helps people with their queries and problems with the Darul Iftaa.
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'Kill not your children for fear of want: We shall provide sustenance for them as well as for you. Verily the killing of them is a great sin'
{TM Qur'an Al-Isra 17:31}


'With accurate Islamic rulings based on classical Islamic scholarship and careful consideration of the modern context, this book is a must-read, especially for healthcare professionals who might have to discuss issues related to abortion or birth control with Muslim patients.'
Husain Abdul Sattar, Clinical Instructor, Department of Pathology, University of Chicago Hospitals

'Enjoyable, informative, and well-referenced. A much needed guide that draws on all four schools of Islamic law to rigorously address an oft-debated issue.'
Shaykh Abdur-Rahman Ibn Yusuf, Zamzam Academy, USA

A valiant attempt to bring traditional Islamic jurisprudence and its principles to bear on modern-day challenges. An engaging, educational, and intellectually stimulating work that reassures us that our scholarly forefathers provided us with guidance in all areas of life.'
Ahsan Arozullah, MD, MPH, Assistant Professor, Department of Medicine, University of Illinois Chicago

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