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Transplanting Animal's Organs in a Human Body

Q: Is it allowed to transplant animal’s organs — be it of a religiously non-edible, a religiously edible or inherently najis animal — into a human body?

A: There is no objection to that, but to pray with it is problematic unless it is among the living parts that restore their life upon transplantation into the human body and are rendered as part of it. In this regard, the type of the animal makes no difference, i.e. it covers even the religiously non-edible ones.

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