The research, entitled: " Replantation of what was cut off the human body”, includes two chapters, introduction and conclusion.
The first chapter discussed the issue of the desire of a victim to replant a limb which was cut off by a crime or other act.
The researchers clarified the issue and the differences between Jurists’ opinions in the statement of the legitimacy of this matter, as well as the reason for this difference. The researchers favored the opinion which approves the possibility of replantation.
In the same chapter, the researchers discussed the impact of replantation of a limb in the case of retribution and penalty.
The second chapter discussed the issue of replantation of a limb in the case of retribution and penalty. The researchers shed light upon this case as a part of Fiqh of Contemporary Issues, which was discussed between contemporary scientists who were differed between who inhibited or authorized it, or who gave the particulars of such judgment. The researchers concluded that it is not permissible to replant a limb in the case of retribution and penalty unless the victim authorizes the perpetrator to do so.
One of the most important results of the research is that the human being is honored and one of the manifestations of his honor is the purity of his body parts, therefore, it is permissible to replant any of these parts. Another conclusion is that is not permissible to replant a limb in the case of retribution and penalty unless the victim authorized it.