Argumentative Essay On Euthanasia

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Rashid Ali Ahli
School of Modern Skills

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This research was prepared by Rashid Ahli for the English Language subject, taught by Mr.Abass Abdulsamad.


There are many diseases that can't be cured or treated. So the patients ask the doctors to end their lives in order to relieve pain and suffering . This is called Euthanasia. Euthanasia has many different names, for example, doctor-assisted dying or mercy killing and many other names. (BBC, BBC, 2014) Euthanasia is always illegal but in some cases it is legal. Opponents of Euthanasia contend that those doctors have more responsibility to keep their patients alive as reflected by the Hippocratic Oath. Most people are not in Euthanasia's side. In this research I will be able to answer these questions:
1-What is Euthanasia?
2-What are some cases of Euthanasia?
3-Why is Euthanasia forbidden in Islam?
4-In which countries is Euthanasia legal?
5- Why do people want Euthanasia?
So many people get sick every day and some have diseases that cant be cured or treated in any way so they have to be killed by specialized doctors. This is a part from Euthanasia. Euthanasia has many parts and type, some will be discussed in this research.

The origin of the debate on euthanasia started in 1870. Nevertheless, euthanasia was practiced long before that date. Euthanasia was first practiced in Ancient Greece and Rome.
What is Euthanasia?
Euthanasia is the painless killing of a patient suffering from a disease that can't be cured or a permanent disease. Usually a person who chooses Euthanasia should suffer from an incurable disease, or it would be called suicide. In many cases it is carried out by the patients request, but sometimes the patient is s...

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