Pearl of Wisdom

Verily, the Prophet (SAWA) used to like the optimistic auspice and used to dislike the evil omen. He used to tell people who saw something they disliked and took it to mean an evil omen to say: ?O Allah, none gives good but You, and none repels evil but You, and there is no power and no strength except with you.'

Imam Ali ibn Hussain Zayn al-'Abidin [as]
Makarim al-Akhlaq, v. 2, p. 153, nos. 2374,2375

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Question : #427 Category: Medical Issues
Subject: Donating organs
Question: As a Muslim, can we A: Donate any organs once announced dead? B: Can we be a recipient of someone else’s organs?
Answer: A: As a measure of precaution it is not recommended to cut an organ of a dead Muslim even if he bequathed. It becomes permissible only when the life of another Muslim depdnds on this as an absolute necessity.

B: An organ extracted from a body is ritually impure (najis) irespective of wheather it came from a Muslim or non-Muslim.
But as mentioned above in A, a Muslim may be a recipient of an organ extract if the life depends on it.

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