Jurisprudential provisions related to patients with sickle cell anemia in Islamic jurisprudence (jurisprudence of worship as a model)


  • Hamid Abdul Latif Jassim Samarra University / College of Islamic Sciences


sickle cell anemia patients and jurisprudence


This research is summarized in two axes: the first axis: the jurisprudential definitions from the title, and the second axis: the jurisprudential rulings that pertain to patients with this type of disease.I have reached the following results, types of anemia that affect red blood cells, and among the most famous hemolytic blood diseases that follow the autosomal recessive pattern in their inheritance, which cause the breakage of red blood cells, and they are the most common in the world in general and in the countries of the Mediterranean basin, the Middle East, Africa and India in general private . The problem of the disease is that the bone marrow produces abnormal red blood cells - which transport food and oxygen to various parts of the body. Hemoglobin (hemoglobin) and its quantity as well.There are several names for this disease, for example it is called sickle cell anemia or sickle cell disease, the disease spreads in several African and Asian countries, and it is present in almost all Arab countries, but in some regions of the Arabian Gulf such as the Qatif and Jazan regions in Saudi Arabia, every 4 individuals carry one Among 20 individuals, this disease, that is, the percentage of carriers of the disease is about 20%, and it is a percentage that cannot be ignored, as every time a woman who is carrier of the disease and is married to a man is also a carrier of the disease annot be ignored, as every time a woman who is carrier of the disease and is married to a man . And if the patient with sickle cell anemia does not hope for his recovery, then the principle is that he is addressed with legal costs unless there is a text that exempts him for his excuse, and if the one who is obligated by the legal costs such as prayer, zakat, Hajj ... etc., is incapacitated, a continuous disability that does not hope for its disappearance and does not hope for recovery, such as the elderly, and the hopeless patient as the sick sickle cell anemia, he performs legal expenses according to his capacity