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Legal Terms of Using Haram Elements in Medicines; Comparison Study Between Rule of Fiqh: Al-Dzarurat Tubihul Mahdzurat And The Draft Law On Halal Product Warranty

Fauzan Muhammadi, Fauzan (2014) Legal Terms of Using Haram Elements in Medicines; Comparison Study Between Rule of Fiqh: Al-Dzarurat Tubihul Mahdzurat And The Draft Law On Halal Product Warranty. Proceeding The International Conference On Restorative Justice - Consumer Protection; Law And Pharmacy Perspective. pp. 1-8.

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Abstract

Islamic Law has set several halal-haram provisions in terms of consumption. One is the prohibition of eating food or certain materials containing unlawful elements, such as pork, alcohol, and so forth. Development of science, especially those in the pharmaceutical field, providing opportunities utilizing elements that are forbidden as a component of medicines. Illegitimate substances intended and its use in medicines seemed contradictive between maslahat and mafsadat. This study aims to determine the legal provisions of illegitimate use of the elements in medicine, as well as trying to compare between the provisions of the rules of fiqh: 'Al-Dzarûrâtu Tubîhu'l Mahdzûrât' to the ongoing draft law on Halal Product Warranty. Research shows that the use of the elements that are forbidden on drugs is basically haram. However, scholars declared the permissibility of its use in an emergency, based on the arguments from the Quran, Hadith, and conditions of Rule of Fiqh. However, no standardization of emergency was studied on draft law on Halal Product Warranty indicate halal certification is needed. It is an effort to comfort the consumer so as not contrary to the teachings of Islam.

Item Type: Article
Subjects: K Law > K Law (General)
Divisions: Faculty of Law (Fakultas Hukum) > S1-Law Science (S1-Hukum)
Depositing User: Fauzan Muhammadi
Date Deposited: 07 Dec 2015 06:32
Last Modified: 07 Dec 2015 06:32
URI: http://eprints.uad.ac.id/id/eprint/2768

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