BIRTH PREVENTION AN ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE
  • Book Title:
 Birth Prevention An Islamic Perspective
  • Book Author:
Muhammad al-Jibaly
  • Total Pages
129
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CONTENTS  – BIRTH PREVENTION AN ISLAMIC PERSPECTIVE

  • PRELUDE
  • Opening Sermon
  • Our Mission: Purification and Cultivation
  • Purification
  • Purifying Our Sources of Knowledge
  • Purifying Our Beliefs
  • Purifying Our Actions
  •  Cultivation
  • Becoming True Followers of the Salaf
  • Calling to the Pure Religion
  • Presenting the Islamic Solution
  • Enter into Islam Completely
  • Background
  • Dangers in Dividing Islam into Peel and Core
  • Take Islam as a Whole
  • Apparent vs Hidden Actions
  • External Resemblance Causes Inclination of the Heart
  • The Prophet’s Regard of the “Peel”
  • This Book
  • Acknowledgment

PROCREATION IN ISLAM

  • Value of Children
  • A Child Is a Favor from Allah
  • Humans Love Begetting Children
  • Islam Encourages Procreation
  • Children Increase the Number of Muslims
  • Refining the Goal of Intercourse
  • Our Children May Increase Our Good Deeds After We Die Reproduction May Indicate Loving the Prophet
  • The Calamity of Losing Children
  • A Parent’s Protective Nature Sorrow for Losing a Child Reward for Losing Children
  • Killing Children Is a Deviation in the Human Nature
  • Prohibition of Killing One’s Own Children Prohibition of Killing the Enemies’ Children

OLD BIRTH PREVENTION METHODS

  • Introduction
  • Wars
  • Killing Children
  • History
  • Islamic Ruling
  •  Celibacy
  • Definition and Origin Islamic Ruling
  •  Castration
  • Definition and History Islamic Ruling
  • Fasting Is a Form of Castration
  •  ‘Azl (Coitus Interruptus)
  • Definition
  • The Companions practiced ‘Azl
  • ‘Azl Cannot Interfere with Procreation Disapproval of ‘Azl
  • Secret Wa’d
  • Conclusion

MODERN BIRTH PREVENTION METHODS

  • Introduction
  • Definition of Contraception “Reversible” vs “Irreversible”
  • “Hormonal” vs “Non-hormonal” Effectiveness
  • Natural Contraceptive Methods
  • The Rhythm Method Early Withdrawal
  • Spermicides
  • Barrier Contraceptive ·Methods
  • Definition
  • Male Condom
  • Female Condom
  • Diaphragm
  • Cervical Cap
  • Hormonal Contraceptives
  • Definition
  • Birth Control Pill Hormonal Implants
  • Hormonal Injections
  • Patches
  • Emergency Contraceptive Pills
  • Intra-uterine Device
  • Surgical Sterilization
  • Vasectomy
  • Tubal Ligation
  • Hysterectomy
  • Abortion
  • Definition
  • Induced Abortions
  • Abortion Methods

IMPORTANT GUIDELINES

  • Blowing Life into the Fetus
  •  Prohibition of Inflicting Harm
  •  Prohibited Medications
  • Prohibition of Changing Allah’s Creation
  •  ‘Awrah
  • Definition and Obligation Extent of ‘Awrah
  • “Hormonal” vs “Non-hormonal” Effectiveness
  • Natural Contraceptive Methods
  • The Rhythm Method Early Withdrawal
  • Spermicides
  • Barrier Contraceptive ·Methods
  • Definition
  • Male Condom
  • Female Condom
  • Diaphragm
  • Cervical Cap
  • Hormonal Contraceptives
  • Definition
  • Birth Control Pill Hormonal Implants
  • Hormonal Injections
  • Patches
  • Emergency Contraceptive Pills
  • Intra-uterine Device
  • Surgical Sterilization
  • Vasectomy
  • Tubal Ligation
  • Hysterectomy
  • Abortion
  • Definition
  • Induced Abortions
  • Abortion Methods

REGULATIONS FOR BIRTH PREVENTION

  • Introduction •
  • Important Principles
  • Birth Prevention is Disapproved by Default Intention affects the ruling of Birth Prevention Necessities Can Make a Prohibition Permissible
  • Decision for Birth Prevention Should Be Shared by the Two Spouses
  • Abstinence / Celibacy
  •  Natural Methods
  • Private Barrier Methods
  •  Complex Barrier Methods
  •  Hormonal Methods
  •  Surgical Methods
  •  Abortion

APPENDIX A: HUMAN SEXUALITY

  • Human Sexual Characteristics
  • Female Sex Organs Male Sex Organs
  • Human Sexual Development
  • Sexual Reproduction
  • Stages of Sexual Development Prenatal Sexual Development Puberty
  • Menstruation
  • Adulthood
  • Physiology of Sex

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