In the First Medical Symposium held in Kuwait in 1401 Hijra (1981),
the following Islamic oath was set:
In the name of God I swear …
1. That during the performance of my duties, I will in mind that my God is watching me.
2. That I have to (maintain) protect human life in all its forms, in all stages, in all conditions, doing my best to save the patients from death, diseases, pain and anxiety.
4. That I will always provide them with means / sources of relief by giving my medical care to all tha people: relatives and others, the good and the bad, the friens and the enemy.
5. That I will always make efforts to seek knowledge for the benefit of humanity and not for its prejudice.
6. That I will respect those who taught me, and will teach the ones who are younger than I, and be brother to colleagues in the medical profession within the boundaries of Al-Birr and Taqwa
(Faithfulness in God's service and piety);
7. That my life will be the reflection of my faith -openly and secretly, pure and clean in actions, honourable in the eyes of Allah, His prophet and believers (Mumineen).
excerpt from E book : The Muslim Doctor: Duties and Responsibility by Dr. Shabib Ibn Ali Al-Hathery, M.B.B.S. Publisher : ISLAMIC MEDICAL ASSOCIATION WAMY - DAMMAM
"Jihâd (holy fighting in Allâh's Cause) is ordained for you (Muslims) though you dislike it, and it may be that you dislike a thing which is good for you and that you like a thing which is bad for you. Allâh knows but you do not know" Al Baqarah : 216
PS: Take care yourself.Sarawak is still closer then US :)
its ok, I am not afraid of standing alone. This oath will be applied everywhere, anytime, anyone. Sarawak, here I come!