Nasser Al Din Al Shaer

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Title: Innate Disposition and its Role in Achieving Comprehensive Healthcare for Individuals and Society from the Perspective of Islamic Sharia

The innate disposition is the foundation and essence by which the outward and inward aspects of human beings are balanced, serving as the primary pillar in guiding individuals, preserving, and caring for society. Therefore, Islamic Sharia has given great attention to it due to its importance in shaping personality and building correct behavioral patterns. Sharia has considered the inclinations and instincts within humans, seeking to organize, refine, and guide them correctly. It has focused on innate disposition and relied on it to achieve integration between physical, spiritual, psychological, and social aspects, making it a principle in respecting legislation and the dominance of its rulings. The standard of righteousness, success, corruption, and failure, by which systems and laws are measured, is based on fully considering this innate disposition. Achieving comprehensive healthcare balance, enhancing mental stability and healthy behavior, cultural awareness of the importance of self-care and personal and societal responsibility in maintaining health, achieving environmental balance, and making appropriate decisions, all stem from innate disposition and align with what Islamic Sharia has brought in many practical and applied health examples. These have contributed to providing an ethical and spiritual framework that has improved human appearance, behavior, health, and community building. This study aims to elucidate the role of innate disposition in achieving comprehensive healthcare for humans since birth through various practical aspects brought by Islamic Sharia, which align with what human nature calls for, ensuring consistency between the origin and the image.


Dr. Nasser Al-Din Muhammad Ahmad Al-Sha’er, a¬†university professor at the Faculty of Sharia, An-Najah National University, Nablus, Palestine. Former Palestinian Minister of Education and Higher Education. He holds a PhD from the Department of Middle Eastern Studies at the University of Manchester in Britain. He has published numerous scientific research papers, including globalization, violence against women, and reproductive health. Among his authored books are “Scientific Research and its Applications in Humanities and Sharia Sciences,” “Family System in Islam,” “Islamic Culture,” “Social Communication,” and “Human Rights in Higher Religious Education Curricula.” He has participated in various international scientific, cultural, and social conferences, seminars, and workshops.

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