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نویسنده [English]چکیده [English]
Nowadays the use of new methods of fertility is increasingly welcomed by infertile couples. In all the new ways of reproduction services it is initially essential to inoculate the sex cells with the applicant’s uterus or with that of the surrogate. Furthermore the above mentioned sex cells combine with the spouse’s or donor’s sperm or ovule in the laboratory and later the hybrid cell is transferred into the uterus of the applicant. In more advanced stages the created embryo is transferred to the uterus of the applicant. Permission of taking sex cells from a male or female as well as surrogacy and delivery by the applicants are among the issues which need further study and elaboration. Some Islamic jurists have prohibited, and some absolutely permit, while others permit it without committing unlawful arrangements.
By reviewing these approaches the author concludes that the urgency of infertile spouse is not the reason for the necessity of providing assisted fertility services, except in case of urgent cases provided no unlawful act has been carried out.