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Puso ng baboy kung wala nang iba.

tontontonton Let's stop and talk awhile. PExer
Sachs believes that pig-to-human transplants are the best near-term solution to the drastic shortage of donor organs. As of September 25, 2006, more than 93,000 people in the United States were on the waiting list to receive an transplant organ. Last year, 6,500 people died waiting for such an organ. "People are dying every day for lack of organs," says Sachs. "Genetic engineering and stem cells promise to cure these diseases--but not in the near term."

http://www.technologyreview.com/read_article.aspx?id=17596

Payag ba kayong gawin sa inyo o sa mahal niyo sa buhay ito kung kinakailangan?

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  • retxedretxed Member PExer
    tonton wrote: »
    Sachs believes that pig-to-human transplants are the best near-term solution to the drastic shortage of donor organs. As of September 25, 2006, more than 93,000 people in the United States were on the waiting list to receive an transplant organ. Last year, 6,500 people died waiting for such an organ. "People are dying every day for lack of organs," says Sachs. "Genetic engineering and stem cells promise to cure these diseases--but not in the near term."

    http://www.technologyreview.com/read_article.aspx?id=17596

    Payag ba kayong gawin sa inyo o sa mahal niyo sa buhay ito kung kinakailangan?

    yoko sanang maniwala dito, but I had the chance to speak to a Japanese doctor/scientist whose expertise is about the human body.
    He actually confirmed that the pig-boar-swine are the
    nearest source of human's heart replacement. Any Muslim to expound? lalo si Mani, Islam is into science din daw eh.:confused:
  • banimalekbanimalek Bangsamoro PExer
    Retxed,

    For me kung haram nga na kainin ay nangangahulugan din na haram din na gamitin kapalit ng puso ng tao.
  • retxedretxed Member PExer
    banimalek wrote: »
    Retxed,

    For me kung haram nga na kainin ay nangangahulugan din na haram din na gamitin kapalit ng puso ng tao.

    then, ano *** sinasabi ni Mani in regards sa science? ako rin hindi papayag a palitan ang puso ko ng puso ng baboy! ang sinasabi *** ng TS if worse comes to worst - pwede itong pamalit, hindi ba? and do not tell me about haram and halal at mapapalaban ka. pa-haram haram ka pa dyan. orgy in front of me sa riyadh ksa andun ako mismo! haka haka ko? bakit andun ka ba? ulo ng pakistano sa ibabaw ng hood ng kotse ko, haka-haka? eh kung ihaka-haka mo kaya ang mukha mo?:rotflmao:
  • caporegimecaporegime ilpadrino lite™ PExer
    If that would make me impervious to porkchop-induced heart attack, I think I'm gonna take it. *ʞıɥ*
  • kos_moskos_mos Thus I am Convinced PExer
    tonton wrote: »
    Sachs believes that pig-to-human transplants are the best near-term solution to the drastic shortage of donor organs. As of September 25, 2006, more than 93,000 people in the United States were on the waiting list to receive an transplant organ. Last year, 6,500 people died waiting for such an organ. "People are dying every day for lack of organs," says Sachs. "Genetic engineering and stem cells promise to cure these diseases--but not in the near term."

    http://www.technologyreview.com/read_article.aspx?id=17596

    Payag ba kayong gawin sa inyo o sa mahal niyo sa buhay ito kung kinakailangan?

    Has such a transplant ever been done? If not then I don't think Muslim scholars would discuss it or issue a ruling on it yet.

    Though initially, and I'm no scholar is certain, I think it would be permissible when all other medical options are exhausted and no other option is left, based on the Islamic jurisprudence principle "Necessity makes prohibition lawful" which is in Arabic "Ad-Dharurat tubihu al-mahthuraat".

    As based on this principle (Necessity makes prohibition lawful), a Muslim is allowed to eat or drink prohibited things, pork, wine, even a dead man's body, etc, just to avoid death when nothing else is available.

    But untill it is possible the use of animal organs for humans, this issue would still be subject to scholarly debate.


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    God Almighty knows best
  • banimalekbanimalek Bangsamoro PExer
    retxed wrote: »
    then, ano *** sinasabi ni Mani in regards sa science? ako rin hindi papayag a palitan ang puso ko ng puso ng baboy! ang sinasabi *** ng TS if worse comes to worst - pwede itong pamalit, hindi ba? and do not tell me about haram and halal at mapapalaban ka. pa-haram haram ka pa dyan. orgy in front of me sa riyadh ksa andun ako mismo! haka haka ko? bakit andun ka ba? ulo ng pakistano sa ibabaw ng hood ng kotse ko, haka-haka? eh kung ihaka-haka mo kaya ang mukha mo?:rotflmao:

    Non-sense ka talaga kausap akhi :confused:


    kos_mos wrote: »
    Has such a transplant ever been done? If not then I don't think Muslim scholars would discuss it or issue a ruling on it yet.

    Though initially, and I'm no scholar is certain, I think it would be permissible when all other medical options are exhausted and no other option is left, based on the Islamic jurisprudence principle "Necessity makes prohibition lawful" which is in Arabic "Ad-Dharurat tubihu al-mahthuraat".

    As based on this principle (Necessity makes prohibition lawful), a Muslim is allowed to eat or drink prohibited things, pork, wine, even a dead man's body, etc, just to avoid death when nothing else is available.

    But untill it is possible the use of animal organs for humans, this issue would still be subject to scholarly debate.


    _________________________
    God Almighty knows best

    Tama ka diyan bro sa sinabi mo "Necessity makes prohibition lawful" which is in Arabic "Ad-Dharurat tubihu al-mahthuraat". pero ang problema wala pang ruling na nanggaling sa ating mga higher ulamas tungkol sa bagay na iyan, iba kasi iyong sapilitan pagkain mo ng haram para lang mabuhay, pangalawa parang haka-haka lang itong balita na inilatag ng thread starter. :rolleyes:
  • retxedretxed Member PExer
    banimalek wrote: »
    Non-sense ka talaga kausap akhi :confused:

    ang dami ngang nagsabi...pero meron idol daw ako. ask kos_mos, she knew.:bop:

    banimalek wrote: »
    Tama ka diyan bro sa sinabi mo "Necessity makes prohibition lawful" which is in Arabic "Ad-Dharurat tubihu al-mahthuraat". pero ang problema wala pang ruling na nanggaling sa ating mga higher ulamas tungkol sa bagay na iyan, iba kasi iyong sapilitan pagkain mo ng haram para lang mabuhay, pangalawa parang haka-haka lang itong balita na inilatag ng thread starter. :rolleyes:

    ulamas? care to expound on caliphs and imams? haka haka na naman?:confused:
  • banimalekbanimalek Bangsamoro PExer
    retxed wrote: »
    ulamas? care to expound on caliphs and imams? haka haka na naman?:confused:

    Inuman na lang tayo ng coke kasi precious ang oras ko :lol:
  • kos_moskos_mos Thus I am Convinced PExer
    banimalek wrote: »
    Tama ka diyan bro sa sinabi mo "Necessity makes prohibition lawful" which is in Arabic "Ad-Dharurat tubihu al-mahthuraat". pero ang problema wala pang ruling na nanggaling sa ating mga higher ulamas tungkol sa bagay na iyan, iba kasi iyong sapilitan pagkain mo ng haram para lang mabuhay, pangalawa parang haka-haka lang itong balita na inilatag ng thread starter. :rolleyes:

    Indeed bro, which is why I stated it was still subject to scholarly debate, and I merely stated my opinion initially. And besides, this form of transplant has yet to be done, even going by the TS's words.

    The principle of Necessity makes prohibition lawful applies on anything aside from eating brother, it is a general principle. If getting a transplant keeps one from dying then it applies.
  • tontontonton Let's stop and talk awhile. PExer
    ano ba ang stand ng mga born agen at INC dito?

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