The Health Department are generally always trying to tailor around their Patient's need ( I know that this does not always happen).
So earlier this year, the publication that was printed:
Religion and Belief: A practical guide for the NHS.
I'm just scanning through some writing, and it says here:
In the United Kingdom, the right to follow your religion and beliefs is protected under article 9 of the Human Rights Act 1998, which covers freedom of thought, conscience, and religion.
I didn't know this but people who follow the Jehovah's Witness refuse blood products because of their beliefs.
Anyway, coming back to what I really made this thread for:
- It occured to me just now (yes, I am slow), that there are many vaccinations I have taken in the past.
- It never occured to me at the time whilst having these injections about whether what is going inside me is halaal or haraam.
- Reading this paper, I find that the MMR jab, is a Porcine drug.
- A porcine drug is something from a Pig.
- Iv had the MMR jab twice in my life.
- Also, alcohol is found in creams and formulations.
- In 2007, there was a debate, after someone from the Head of the Islamic Medical Association and UK NHS psychiatrist, and also Muslim advised British Muslims not to have the MMR jab, because it was 'full of haraam substances'.
So what do you think people?
1) If you dont have the vaccinations, you are yourself or your children are left vulnerable to these diseases.
2) However, if you have the vaccinations, you are inserting haraam products into your system.
What is more important?