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Plants Rights Foundation of Quran Perspective
M. Karami *, M. Mostaghiman, H. Naghizadeh
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Background and Purpose: The Holy Quran, there are some principle about plants, that legal basis for the plant. Top laws states that the general attitude and behavior of plants and herbs in particular be improved

Materials and Methods: In this paper it has been used electronic references and books and information banks like Pubmed and non-electronic references like Holy Quran and explanation about Quran like Al-mizan, Nemoune and Islamic jurisprudence books like Wasael-ol-shiyaa.

Results: 1.The principle of creation: In many verses of the Quran is referring to the creation of plants and in this case, words like "mayeh ebrat, "Behcet's wae used .God has created all plants and one of the objectives of creation of plants. 2. Right to Life: the plants are God's creatures have a right to live. So people are not allowed to violate the rights 3. The principle of worship: The principle of worship, according to verse 18 of Sura Hajj, the concept of worship and prostrate, leaves the decision to surrender to God. That will eventually be useful for humans.  4. Understanding and thought: Experience showed that the plants of the high level of understanding of their situation and surroundings. So is the complementary principle of worship. 5. Judgment and the Resurrection: The degree of improvement in plants, consists of being eaten by an animal or human and become part of it. Plants have Two of the four spiritual soul, The vital spirit of the plants and vegetable soul Therefore, plants are also spiritual and physical resurrection.

Conclusions: From the viewpoint of Islam:  although,   the plants do not have human-like speech and thought. I have benefited from the perception and consciousness and the emotions. For this reason, Islamic law - a man not allowed to destroy plant life.  And as a drug, preferably, active member of the plant is eaten by the patient directly to the plant to remain part of life.

Keywords: Ethics, Plant's rights, The Holy Quran, principle of creation.
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Type of Study: Origianal Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2013/11/26 | Accepted: 2014/05/7
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