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Investigating the claim of medical conflicts with prophetic hadiths about the possibility of disease transmission
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Promoting religious suspicions is one of the ways to counter the enemies of Islam, which has intensified today and, according to circumstances, appears in various forms at any time. The purpose of some of these suspicions (such as the one described in this study) is to prove medical contradictions with religious teachings. With the outbreak of the coronavirus and the rapid spread of the virus, it has been suggested that some narrations from the Prophet suggest that the disease could be transmitted from one person to another and that the Prophet did not know the disease. Is transmitted. The aim of the present study, which was performed by descriptive-analytical method and based on library resources, is to resolve the conflict between the hadith in question and medical findings, using internal and external confirmation. The result of the research is that the Prophet denied the superstitious and self-inflicted disease, without believing in God's providence, and not the principle of contagion. This interpretation of the conceptual analysis of the hadith is based on the unity of context and other hadiths of the Prophet in which the issue of disease transmission and the need for health care such as quarantine and social distance when the disease is prevalent are explicitly mentioned.
Keywords: Prophetic Hadiths, La Adavi, Disease Infection, Medical Issues, Suspicion
     
Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2020/05/15 | Accepted: 2020/06/21 | Published: 2020/06/21
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Investigating the claim of medical conflicts with prophetic hadiths about the possibility of disease transmission. Quran and Medicine. 2020; 4 (5)
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