Office Of Grand Ayatollah Sayyid M.S.Al-Hakeem - Books-Jurisprudence of Human Cloning - Ancestry

Books Jurisprudence of Human CloningAncestry

  Religious Status of the Clone

Religious obligations towards the donors

Q) What is the ruling about the clone’s ancestry?

a) Who is his guardian?
b) Is he considered a Hashemite (descendant of the Prophet Mohammad) if the cell-donor was a Hashemite even if he was not his father or brother religiously?
 
A) Any relationship to a tribe is based on the parental link, so the absence of a father-son relationship in this situation suggests a lack of connection to the cell-donor’s tribe even in the case when he was a Hashemite as mentioned previously.
His guardian is his care-taker or the Imam (religious authority).

It should be noted here that there is a doubt about clone's relationship to the egg-donor; so it follows that this doubt extends to all her relatives. As a result, there is no evidence for accepting or rejecting such relationships. Therefore, precaution should be sought in all legalities surrounding this particular point.

  Religious Status of the Clone

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