Friday, 7 September 2012

The Islamic Guideline on Medicine [part 1]

Assalamualaikum and may Allah bless all of us.
 Today I would like to post medicine-related you olls layan je lah eh **_^^~
secara ringkasnya macam perbincangan kenapa kita perlu berubat & hukum dlm Islam..haa lebih kurang camtula..oleh sebab buku dalam bahasa orang mata biru, so, ringkasan ni dlm mata biru jugak lah =))

 Medicine Islamic
‘O slaves of Allah, Seek Medical Treatment’
It was narrated from Usamah Ibn Shareek, may Allah be pleased with him, that the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said: “Seek medical treatment, for Allah has not created any disease but He has also created a cure for it, except one disease: old age” (narrated by Ahmad and the four; classed as saheeh by At-Tirmidhi)

It was narrated that ‘Abdullah, may Allah be pleased with him (mbph), said that the Mesengger of Allah, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him (pbuh), said: “Allah has not sent down any disease but He has also sent down its cure. Those who know it know it and those who do not know it do not know it.” Narrated by Ahmad) >>  This encourage Muslim doctors to increase their medical knowledge and skills, to research and study , discover remedies for diseases that are not yet known and to produce medicines that are better than previous ones.


Imam Muslim narrated from Jabir(mpbh), that Sa’d(mpbh), was stuck by an arrow in his medial arm vein, and the Prophet (pbuh) cauterized it with his own hand, using an arrowhead. It swelled up and he cauterized it again.
So, medical treatment is Sunnah and the scholars are unanimously agreed that it is permissible [but it is Haram >impermissible to use Haram medical treatment when there is no need to do so)]

Seeking medical treatment is not contrary to belief in Al-Qadar (Divine will and decree) either. It was narrated that Abu Khuzamah (mpbh), said that (I said) “O Mesengger of Allah, what do you think of the medical treatment that we seek and the Ruqyahs that we ask for and the precautions that we take? Will they protect us against what Allah has decreed?’ He said: “They are part of what Allah has decreed.” (saheeh Hassan hadith: ahmad, Ibn Majah and at-Tirmidhi)
>>and when I am ill, it is He Who cures me” (al-Shu’ara’, 26:80)

It should be said to such people, “This view of yours implies that you should not implement any of the means that may bring benefit or ward off harm, and this could lead to ruin in your religious and worldly affairs and the spread of mischief in the world. No one could say this but one who stubbornly rejects the truth.

Concerning this, Al-Baghdadi said, implementing the means is part of putting one’s trust in Allah. The proficient doctor does what he is supposed to and then he puts his trust in Allah, hoping that He will grant him success and blessings. Similarly, the peasant plows and sows the seeds and then he puts his trust in Allah, hoping that He will make the seeds grow and send rain. Allah says: “Take your precautions” (An-Nisaa’, 4:71)

..and the Prophet, peace and blessings of Allah be upon him, said: “Tie up your camel and put your trust in Allah.” (narrated by Ahamd and Ibn Hibban) =))

trivia~ this is my summary (1st part) from a book that I read on it during I was in Mecca. Book: The islamic Guideline on Medicine, written by Yusuf Al-Hajj Ahmad, Darussalam (publisher). I bought it at Safwa Tower (just in front of King Abd Aziz Gate of Masjidil Haram) with price SAR 50. berbaloi yuu berbaloi..hehe..nantikan 
part2 seterusnye yep, 2, 3, 4, opss kau,,hehe tibe2 terbayang2 men injit2 semut~

 nota kaki..hehe(= :The past tense is read, which is pronounced red. The future tense is also read, which is pronounced reed

assalamualaikum and have a nice day

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