Jewish scholars and rabbis, who have an anti-surrogat attitude, often see them as a form of modern slavery in which women`s bodies are exploited and children convenient.  Jews who have a religious obligation to participate “actively in the redemption of slaves,” practices considered human exploitation are morally condemned.  This thinking is consistent with the concerns of other groups regarding the link between surrogacy practices and forms of human trafficking in some countries with high-fertility tourism industries. Many Jewish scholars and rabbis also raise ethical concerns related to the “broken relationship” between the child and his surrogate mother.  Rabbi Jacovits, chief rabbi of the Unified Hebrew Congregation from 1976 to 1991, reported in 1975 in his publication Jewish Medical Ethics that “to use another person as an incubator and then take from him the child she bore and gave birth to against a tax, is a revolting degradation of motherhood and an affront to human dignity.”  Many developments in the field of medicine, social customs and court proceedings around the world have paved the way for modern surrogacy: In addition, you can refer to your surrogacy agreement in the event of an incident in which the surrogate mother and the intentional parents would find themselves. At this point, the document will be useful for any judicial application, as it shows what the parties involved intended to do. Again, it is not a legally enforceable document, but it is extremely useful when it comes to a breakdown. You`ll learn more about the process of drafting and negotiating the contract and find advice on what to pay attention to in your own surrogacy contract. Apart from your team of parents and surrogates (more support) are those who could apply for your surrogacy agreement: the main concerns of Muslims regarding surrogacy concern issues of adultery and parental ancestry.    Many Muslim groups claim that surrogacy is not permitted by Islamic law because it resembles zina (adultery), which is strictly prohibited in the Muslim religion.    This is due to the fact that the mother carries in surrogacy carries the fertilized egg of someone who is not their legal husband, and thus crosses the borders of Allah, as it is written in the Qur`an: “Those who keep their private parts, except in front of their spouses… (Al-Mu`minun 23:5) “He who goes beyond is indeed a transgressor” (Al-Mu`minun 23:7).   In addition, arguments have been made that surrogacy undermines the preservation of parentage (hifz al-nasl), which is one of the five universal objectives of Sharia law.
   For Muslims, the order of the Qur`an denies that “their mothers are only those who fathered them and who were born (waladna hum)” the distinction between genetic mothers and stationed mothers, complicating conceptions of ancestry in the context of surrogacy, which is central to the Muslim faith.   It is and has always been legal to enter into a surrogacy agreement in the United Kingdom.