Animal Testing and Islam?
Posted 06 September 2008 - 08:11 PM
I have a quick question, but i dont know if it will be a quick answer, What is the Islamic stance on Animal Testing, be it cosmetic, domestic or medical products? Personally I dont like animal testing for ANYTHING and insha'allah try to keep away from it as well as trying to use natural products, but i wasnt sure what the islamic stance on it was...i.e is it completely HARAM, Mukrooh or allowed?
I dont see how it can be allowed completely as we are harming animals for personal gain, and testing on them when we dont ALWAYS need to, i.e THERE are other means out there.... also wouldnt the Islamic stance be to try to use as many NATURAL products as possible (this is for cosmetic stuff)... any yeah so i'm wondering what the stance is?
insha'allah it made sense!!!
ps insha'allah people can resond with evidence as well please...
Posted 06 September 2008 - 11:27 PM
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