The Problem with Sharia Hospitals
The implementation of sharia principles Tangerang General Hospital is a discriminative practice. It has been prompted by guidelines from the Indonesian Ulema Council.
It is completely inappropriate that a state-owned general hospital should offer services based on religious rules. The implementation of sharia (Islamic law) principles at the Tangerang General Hospital is a step too far. Built and operated from tax revenues, the hospital should not differentiate between patients’ religious backgrounds.
The sharia practices at Tangerang General Hospital came to light after a photo of a notice boar...