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[New Episode 8] Podcasts on Medicine and Bioethics by Dr Mohammed Ghaly

 

CILE Bioethics and Medicine Podcast: Episode 1

 

 

CILE Bioethics and Medicine Podcast: Episode 2

 

 

CILE Bioethics and Medicine Podcast: Episode 3 

 

 

CILE Bioethics and Medicine Podcast: Episode 4 

 

 

CILE Bioethics and Medicine Podcast: Episode 5

 

 

CILE Bioethics and Medicine Podcast: Episode 6 

 

 

CILE Bioethics and Medicine Podcast: Episode 7 

 

CILE Bioethics and Medicine Podcast: Episode 8 

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Submitted by Shireen Obaidullah on Fri, 08/04/2017 - 10:44

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In Islam and medicine: Points of intersection 2/2 there is mention of predestination. This is a Christian term. Islam is a faith based on reality and actuality. There is complete state of existence with Spirit, heart, mind, soul and body on earth, surrendering to Allah (S.B.T.). When one is given "treament" to be in a mind-medicinal prison, there is no total surrender to Allah (S.B.T.) as the soul and spirit are switched off. Also the body is pulled down to a low level state of existence with even the heart literally being played around with. In this state one has to be a suffering childish child. The mind is also twisted. The state-of-mind of being a practising Muslim in action with full heart is switched off and altered by this mind-medicinal emprisonment. At best one can only be in a reactionary state in this way, God-willing. It is also the case, that being in this weak state, one falls into the postion of being a medium feeling the physical and mental state of others. Being in a mind-medicinal prison with the "medicine" that causes this one does not have the right to one's own existence of personality, to be, to live, to will, to do as one naturally should be doing, to develope with balance in the name of Allah (S.B.T.). It seems that the authorities want me to be an other "me", perhaps also based on discrimination. (This is an other aspect that needs discussing)

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