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Circumcision in Islam

AbuМ„ Bakr Abd al-RazzaМ„q

Circumcision in Islam

by AbuМ„ Bakr Abd al-RazzaМ„q

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Published by Dar Al Taqwa in London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Circumcision.,
  • Circumcision -- Religious aspects -- Islam.,
  • Female circumcision.,
  • Female circumcision -- Religious aspects -- Islam.,
  • Islam -- Customs and practices.

  • Edition Notes

    Translated from the Arabic.

    StatementAbu Bakr Abdur-Razzaq.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii,113p. ;
    Number of Pages113
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18229092M
    ISBN 101870582950
    OCLC/WorldCa42136896

    We at Islamic Circumcision Centre offer a safe and traditional Islamic way of Circumcision. Our procedure is performed on boys from birth to adulthood. Further to our welcoming centre, we can come to you in the comfort of your own home. The procedure takes very little time and is very safe. Both male and female circumcision (Arabic khatna and khafd respectively) find mention in books of jurisprudence written in the 10th century, including in Daim al-Islam, the principal book of Ismaili Fatimid jurisprudence written by Al-Qadi al-Nu'man (died CE/ AH).

    Circumcision practiced as a religious rite is found in texts of the Hebrew Bible, as part of the Abrahamic covenant, such as in Genesis17,and is therefore practiced by Jews and Muslims, which are both Abrahamic religions. In , the Islamic scholar Muhammad Lufti Al-Sabbagh published a booklet Islamic Ruling on Male and Female Circumcision which was funded by the World Health Organzations Regional Office in Alexandria, Egypt. Al-Sabbagh argues that the Hadiths referring to female circumcision are not confirmed and poor in authenticity.

      Wait a minute, female circumcision violates Islam? Yes, it does. And the fact that this evil practice is thought of by many people, including some Muslims, as part of the religion is just another sad example of how the world’s second largest religion is not only misunderstood by many, but is actually perverted in the modern world to represent the exact opposite of everything it stands for. It was made clear in the introduction of this book that some cultural practices, whether by Muslims alone or Muslims and others (such as the case with female circumcision), are not part of Islam, and in some cases, may violate its teachings as embodied in its primary sources, Quran and Hadeeth. These sources are examined next. 2.


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Abu’l-Barakaat said in his book al-Ghaayah: In circumcision of a man, the skin at the tip of the penis (the foreskin) is removed; if he only removes most of it, that is permissible. It is mustahabb to circumcise females provided that is not done in an extreme manner.

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Circumcision is a universal practice that is greatly influenced by cultural and religious traditions. It is the most frequent operation on males not only in Islamic countries, but also other parts of the world [1, 2].

For example, in the USA more than one Cited by: 1. Addressing Proposals to Ban Circumcision under Both a Parental Rights Theory and Child-Centered Perspective in the Specific Context of Jewish and Muslim Infants By Behrns, Andrew E The William and Mary Bill of Rights Journal, Vol.

21, No. 3, March Read preview Overview. Female Circumcision in Islam. (part 1 of 2): The History of Female Genital Cutting (FGC) and its Types.

A common phenomenon which has been regretfully associated almost exclusively with Islam is the various forms of female genital cutting, or FGC[1]. Although many of those Circumcision in Islam book are involved in this act attribute to the religion of Islam, the majority of the forms of FGC present in the world today which.

Circumcision is the removal of the foreskin from the human penis. In the most common procedure, the foreskin is opened, adhesions are removed, and the foreskin is separated from the glans. After that, a circumcision Circumcision in Islam book may be placed, and then the foreskin is cut off.

In Islam the performance of circumcision is one of the rules of cleanliness. Islam is a religion that encompasses all aspects of life and circumcision is an act pertaining to the ‘Fitrah’.

Fitrah is an Arabic term used to represent the innate disposition. Female "circumcision" in Islam or any religion is really genital mutilation, with no known health benefits or basis in Islamic practice.

It is a minor surgery in which a small amount of tissue is removed from the area surrounding the clitoris. In Islam circumcision is also known as tahara, meaning purification. Circumcision is not mentioned in the Qur'an but it is highlighted in the Sunnah (the Prophet Muhammad 's.

A fierce debate over circumcision has been raging in Germany for weeks and has caught Chancellor Merkel's government off guard. Berlin is now hoping to introduce a law regulating the practice, but it is a delicate issue due to the religious passions involved.

It could take years before it is resolved. The agitation over a little piece of flesh certainly has its amusing sides, but the debate is. Circumcision for males is one of the important rites in Islam.

The Prophet (peace be upon him) tells us that it is one of the five ingredients of natural religion and therefore part of the common legacy of Prophets (peace be upon them).

3) The third situation is where the grown up male is not in a position to tolerate or bear the pain of circumcision, or there is fear of harm being inflicted on him. In this case, circumcision can be (and should be) avoided.

Islam is a religion of mercy and orders only that which is within the capacity and capability of an individual. Circumcision is not a protection against it, and there is no real way of protecting oneself against the many sexually transmitted diseases apart from avoiding fornication/adultery, promiscuity, homosexuality and other repugnant practices.

(From this we can see the wisdom of Islamic sharee’ah in forbidding fornication/adultery and homosexuality). Male Circumcision in Islam. Male circumcision is among the rites of Islam and is part of the (in Arabic): fitrah, or the innate disposition and natural character and instinct of the human creation.

As-Shawkani said in his book Nayl al-Awtar (1/). This map shows male circumcision prevalence by country. Circumcision is the surgical removal of the skin covering the tip of the penis.

Circumcision is fairly common for newborn boys in certain parts of the world, including the United States. Circumcision after the newborn period is possible, but it's a more complex procedure. Abu Hurayra reported that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said, "Ibrahim, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, was circumcised when he was eighty years old.

He was circumcised with an axe (qadum).". A likely origin of circumcision into Islam are Jewish anecdotes (Israliyat) fabrications into hadith books (See Less Known Aspects of Hadith: Hadith Forgery / Fabrication).

The believer's duty is to abide by the values, teachings and morals of the Qur'an. Circumcision has been practiced in parts of Africa, Oceania, Judaism, and Islam.

The form of circumcision that westerners are most familiar with is complete removal of the foreskin or prepuce, as it is practiced in Judaism.

A carving in Italy, circumcision of a. As for Islam, circumcision is seen by Muslims as a continuation of the Abrahamic tradition. Muhammad, the Prophet of Islam, reinforced the message of male circumcision almost years after Jesus.

The answer is no. Circumcision is not a must for a Muslim or a new convert to Islam. Let me analyze the main hadiths on this topic and prove with authentic evidence that circumcision is not a must.

Most websites and blogs do not give any evidence or reference to the reader and that is a huge drawback but Insha Allah, I will give the clear. Female Circumcision pre-dated Islam and we too know that the Holy Qur’an was revealed to eradicate evil practices that were happening before Islam and the misguidance from men.

The consensus amongst scholars of fiqh and hadith, is that hadiths which include the topic of Female Circumcision are considered weak and to not be taken into.Circumcision as prescribed by Islam involves cutting the foreskin covering the glansof the penis only.

Those who flay the skin surrounding the penis or flay the entire penis, as is done in some savage countries, and claim in their ignorance that this is the circumcision prescribed in Islam, this is nothing but.Islamic male circumcision is analogous but not identical to Jewish circumcision.

Islam is currently the largest single religious group in which the practice is widespread,although circumcision is never mentioned in the Quranitself but is mentioned in hadithliterature and the sunnah.