Tuesday, October 15, 2013


By : Ishak Ab Rahman

Recognizing the fact that even though electronic media and print media in this country often display the source of knowledge, views and fatwas of scholars as a reference to the people, away from the practices of idolatry and superstition in the traditional medicine, but what is the lack of knowledge and knowledge religion, such practices still continue.
A case study includes a comparative study of the Malay community practices in their traditional medicine and confidence due to medication treatment of Islam. Through a number of studies that have been made by Islamic NGOs, GAPPIMA Islamic Medical Associations
After the glorious Islamic empire began to dissipate, many medical works from the time Islam began to emerge in Latin and influence the thinking and practice of the Western system. All modern historians recognize that the development of western medicine is influenced by Muslim medicine. In Europe in the 14th century to century 17 M, Islamic medicine was studied in earnest by students in the medical field and only recently as a century ago the 19m century, Muslims removed from the curriculum of medical education institution in the western world school.
In that century, the Europeans began to claim they are the people who pioneered and developed the era of the modern world as they appear today. They claim that Copernicus (1543 M) was the first in the field of Astronomy; Paracelsus (1541M) is a premier figure in the introduction of modern medicine and others. Loss of the effects glories of Islamic civilization also spread to the works of many medical Islam. We found these works appear in Latin. A total of 400,000 copies were destroyed and all of them involve a variety of disciplines including medicine.
Western colonialists have taken thousands of books and works of Muslims of the occupied countries. Therefore, we are looking at today, the book or the best work of Muslims are not to be found in their original state, even embedded in western museums. Princeton University for example has collected 10.000 Islamic manuscripts or employee. While in the Escorial, Spain, some 15,000 manuscripts originally written by Muslims past has been storage

Prominent Islamic Medicine
Ibn Sina. Ibn Sina is a leading Muslim doctor. Contributions in the field of medicine are not only certified by the Islamic world but also by Western scholars. Ibn Sina's real name was Abu Ali al-Hussian Ibn Abdullah. but in the West, he is better known as Avicenna. Ibnu Sina was born in 370 AH to 980 AD. Studies initially began in Bukhara in the field of language and literature. In addition, he also studied other sciences such as geometry, logic, math, science, jurisprudence, and medicine. Although Ibn Sina master of knowledge, including philosophy, but he was more prominent in the medical field either as a master of other sciences. Ibnu Sina became famous after successfully cure diseases Nas Prince Nub Ibn al-Samani who fails to be cured by other doctors. Prowess and expertise in the medical field unbeatable until he was given the title of al-Sheikh al-Rais (Master One). Fame beyond the region and the Muslim world. His Al Qanun fil Al-Thib was published in Rome 1593 before dubbed into English under the title Precepts of Medicine. In less than 100 years, the book has been printed in 15 languages. In the 17th century, the book was selected as a basic reference material in Italian and French universities. In fact, until the 19th century, his book still reprinted and used by medical students. Ibnu Sina has also produced a book titled Remedies for The Heart which contains medical poem. In the book, he tells and elaborates 760 kinds of diseases along with ways to treat it. Ibn Sina's writings actually not confined to medicine only. But also covers other areas such as metaphysics and science, music, astronomy, philology (linguistics), poetry, prose, and religion.
Medication of Arab Jahilliyah
Before the advent of Islam, the Arabs not only have pagan theology and social harmony problems, but they also have the medical knowledge unorganized, ignorant and contradictory with real medical value.
Various medical ways they are not only contrary to reason but also contain elements of superstition and idolatry. Examples;
a). Treat patients bitten by a snake or stung by a scorpion is putting on gold jewelry around his neck.
b). When a child gets sore then hid head with filter, thus the houses around their people to collect bread and dates are then given to the dog to eat so her heal.
c). Grant charms or amulets in various forms of certain past is wore or placed in the body like bad clothes and human bones allegedly inflicted disease demons. Even sore throat also 'blessed' to their charms.
When Islam came the medical tradition of this ridiculous fought in various ways through the teachings of the Prophet and his companions ijtihad results.
Various of Doa
There are so many prayers of reading as one of the methods in treating diseases of the Prophet. Among the most established among Muslims these days is Sura al-Fatiha (found in Sahih Bukhari no. 2,115). If you wish to purchase these books ruqyah sure it is upon the hadith of the Prophet saw. Usually it is located in the footnote of the book.
REFRAIN prayer books of unknown origin prayer. For example there is the prayer books depict the Arabic script or Jawi intermittent and recommended to copy then stored in the wallet as an antidote to magic or his pusher. This is called the talisman.
There are also the so-called prayers or blessings-blessings that can cure the disease, whereas Allah's never-say even past extreme advantages were to leave the authentic Sunnah of the Prophet. Therefore I suggest choose prayer books with the footnote that says the hadith where the prayer is taken.

What Ruqyah That Enough?
If enough of Allah's prayer would not say that honey, dates, content Habatussauda and other food that have healing aspects. But recent research by Muslims and non-Muslims began to open their eyes about the power of revelation (Sunnah) of the Prophet Muhammad through oral.
Among the miracles of medicine given in the hadith of the Prophet saw as flies, Ajwa dates, camel urine and everything else that has a curative effect on the disease. Until now the capability to review and there is still not known to the researchers.
Otherwise you can look in the book 'How to cure the Prophet' essays known scholars Imam Ibn Qayyim Al-Jauziyah.
Medical Manner of Rasulullah SAW
Method or medication that is done by the Prophet there are three ways namely;
a). Naturally through diet medication and so on. If we associate in this day and age is like taking drugs and taking vitamin pills and the like through a valid study.
b). Medication is ruqyah (inspired prayer to the Prophet) to get rid of various diseases including spiritual disease.
From Anas bin Malik: "Do you want me to ruqyah ruqyah Prophet?" ..... Anas said: "
اللهم رب الناس مذهب الباس اشف أنت الشافي لا شافي إلا أنت شفاء لا يغادر سقما
(O Allah, Lord man, Dzat that relieve pain. Heal Thou hast Healer. Nobody can heal thee of healing but that will not cause illness again). "[5301] Sahih Bukhari
Therefore to adopt this ruqyah is sunnah. When we practice prayer or invocation that is not inspired to the Prophet, then as if we lift others more words of the Prophet and the authentic Sunnah leave like this.
c). Medications that combines both. This was in fact the actual rules but I removed it or constructed it so easy to read and understand.
Properties Practitioner / Physician Muslim
1. Should be gentle and intelligent, efficient,
2. Quick decision-making, quickly moved from do not know to know. No medical assistants who can be gentle if it fails to recognize the dignity of human life, it would not be wise unless they know the logic, it cannot be efficient unless it is amplified with the help of God. If it does not efficiently predict it will not be able to recognize the disease ... "Modified from: Nizam-i-Arudi. Chahar Maqaal. Translation EG Browne, Volume XI, P76
3. Muslim vs. non-Muslim doctor Believing death Respecting  patients  Depending on God as the source of healing
4. Scope of biomedical technologies population control - birth control devices Terminating life-abortion, euthanasia, etc. Extension of age - organ transfers, fake organs, respiratory alat2, pacemakers, etc. The choice of sex & sex change surgery Improve the quality of life through genetic screening, genetic engineering, artificial insemination, sperm bank fertility problems - test-tube fertilization, surrogate mothers, etc. trials / studies involving human behavior control by surgical methods psycho / psychotherapeutic drugs.
5. What is the law to use drugs that are made of original material PIG? - Example: Clexane - treatment of coronary artery / Menomune - meningococcal vaccine
.6. Law MANDATORY treatment: Imam Shafi'i, Hanbali & Ibn Taymiyyah EXCELLENT MUST: consensus fuqahak & imam2 mahzab Which is more nice? Getting treatment or patient
7. Patient's opinion of Ibn Abbas more nice story of a jariah who was stricken with convulsions apply Rasululullah Prophet Muhammad prayed for him saying: "If you want to be patient, for thy heaven. If you want, I can pray that God may heal thy disease "Based on the action part of the companions who would rather be patient as Ubay bin Ka'b & Abu Dhar reported
8. Other opinion Imam Al Ghazali (Book Ihya Ulumuddin) rejected the notion "does not seek is more fine in all circumstances" Dr. Yusuf Al Qaradawi - must get treatment when pain magnitude & drugs are potent and follow the sunnah Allah Almighty, there is still hope to heal the Prophet himself medicated & he also told him medicated sahabat2 - Ibn Qaiyum Zaadul Ma'aad DLM.
9. Legal conclusions treatment / finding a cure for the cure of a disease if the patient is still hope for a cure is obligatory or supererogatory But when the disease was no hope of recovery according to the sunnah of Allah based on the law of cause and effect and the opinion of specialists, there is no one who says the ruling is not to mention the obligatory sunnah.

Wrong Method In Islamic Medication
Muslims have begun to imitate back medical methods of pre-Islamic Arab Jahilliyah. At worst it is done by the so-called as a religion when it is a member of the desires of profit and take advantage of other people, among them;
a). Visited the grave to ask for healing. Recently we see about people who visited the Big Island in Malacca. Although oral we say it is God who heals, but we act there on purpose 'effort' was wrong. This intermediate concepts fall into idolatry. This means we are not confident of the power of God and prayer we need to place the 'sacred' like to ask errand.
b). Zam-zam water thirty juz recited the Quran. This is very surprising because if not enough blessings zam-zam water until we want to add a 'blessing' to zam-zam water by reading verses from the Quran? The concept, from which comes the blessing? Everything is from God, what are we to doubt? The scientist will not be fooled, they target only the Muslims who are ignorant.
c). Believing shaman called teacher. Someone told me that it found a 'teacher' and asked to be cured of his illness. 'DJ' then give a few nails, read prayers and verses from the Quran to be placed at the door of the house. What nail can cure diseases? This magic and polytheism.
d). Inner surgery. This method is performed by the witches who work with the devil from the jinn. Those who come to this witch is like come shaman.
e). Remembrance practices contrary to Allah's remembrance and abuse of the verses of the Quran. The aims of this remembrance is not only for the purpose of healing disease even like to meet for dating, chants become invisible, chants become resistant and so on.
f). Mapping the genome where it can be collected supposedly understand the human genome and are free from all diseases (maybe just this one from the trial of the Dajjal). This is shirk. Islam does not prohibit genetic studies to be beneficial but not based on the Shari'a and tenets overcome.
God that cause disease and only God who heals. Pain is normal as purify or elevate someone.
Should we believe that a cure or healing for every disease in Islam except from Allah. But does not mean we should sit back and called trust without trying, but it's a motivation in themselves to prevent and find a cure with the Sunnah of the Prophet's practice. Besides, it can produce a sense of hope, fear and trust in the first place ask (Allah).
Islamic medicine is actually a legitimate medical system with basic medical or science doctoral current through empirical studies. Even Islamic medicine not only through medical science alone, but it will stick and put revelation (Quran and Sunnah) at the top. This means that contrary to the tenets of medicine is rejected.
As for the Prophet sabdaan about nutritional contents are revealed and we as Muslims need to make it a motivation to study and give the benefit of the Muslims and all people. Knowledge that is useful to get a reward that continues, by the effort.
Jabir bin 'Abdullah: Allah's Messenger said: "Every disease there is no cure. Whenever found the right medication for an illness, it will be cured of the disease with the permission of Allah' azza wajalla." [4084] Sahih Muslim
Misconceptions about the medical cause of Islam for not understanding correctly the meaning of faith. Repractise our syahadah everyday and pray that avoided not only in yourself but safety of family members, neighbors and all the Muslims from the trial that destroys this belief. You have to learn the true monotheism, READ and ask those who know.
Go back to making things right before talking about the laws of other Muslim physicians.

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5.       Modified from: Nizam-i-Arudi . Chahar Maqaal . Translation EG Browne, Volume XI, P76
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