It should be clear that Islam carries for humanity all goodness and welfare. Muslims are commanded to keep good relations with and be generous to all peoples. Therefore, a Muslim is allowed to donate blood to a non-Muslim. Dr. Muzammil Siddiqi, President of the Islamic Society of North America, states: Blood transfusion for medical purposes is permissible in Islam. It is permissible to take blood from a non-Muslim and it is permissible to give blood to non-Muslims. These matters are related to human life. It stands to reason that Islam teaches us to feed the hungry, to take care of the sick and to save the life of people. In these matters it does not make any difference between the life of a Muslim and non-Muslim.