COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND RELIGION: ISLAMIC LAW PERSPECTIVE: A MINI REVIEW

Authors

  • Sameer Mohammed Al-Gorany Department of Medical Laboratory Technology, Baqubah Technical Institute, Middle Technical University, Iraq.

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.37557/gjphm.v3i1.73

Keywords:

pandemic, COVID-19, Islamic law,, religion, quarantine

Abstract

At the moment, humanity lives in chaos and panic as a result of what is being spread about COVID-19 pandemic through media, including TV's and social networks. This mini review displayed the procedures and the measures to deal with the diseases and pandemics according to the Islamic Shari'a concept. It also addressed the responsibility of the patient and the doctor in such situations as well as against other diseases. In addition, this review addressed the causes and the symptoms of COVID-19 pandemic and how it could spread, avoided and treated by following and committing to the recommendations of the Islamic religion and through the application of holy Quran verses as well as the prophet's speech. This is due to the fact that the Islam is a comprehensive religion that can effectively well handle all the humanity issues and solve all of its scientific and practical implications.

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Published

2021-03-01

How to Cite

Al-Gorany, S. M. . (2021). COVID-19 PANDEMIC AND RELIGION: ISLAMIC LAW PERSPECTIVE: A MINI REVIEW. Global Journal of Public Health Medicine, 3(1), 315–326. https://doi.org/10.37557/gjphm.v3i1.73

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Review Articles