I think the ideal response now that everything has
happened should be to continue to cooperate with your husband. There is nothing
that you can do now to change what has happened. However, you could in a polite
manner inform him of your dissatisfaction about the fact that he took such an
important decision without consulting you. It would be important for you to find
out what prompted him to avoid you in his decision making process. At times, due
to lack of complete understanding, matters tend to get worse. Talk to him about
this; and like a good companion, let him know that you would have liked him to
share this with you before taking a final decision.
Since he is your husband, he has a responsibility towards
you and such an important decision about his health should have ideally been
made after consultation with you.
From an Islamic perspective, there are two broad viewpoints
that I am aware of on this issue. One of them is that blood and organ donation
is permissible since we attempt to save the life of another human being to
please the Almighty. The other viewpoint is that our body is something that
Allah has given to us and we must protect it as best as we can. Hence it is
argued that we have no right to give away its parts of our own accord.
Personally, I agree with the former argument. But you may choose to stick to the
one that you find more convincing.
As I see it, your husband made a decision about an
important matter that was related to you and your family’s well-being. Hence I
believe he should have consulted you—regardless of whether eventually he might
have even ignored your opinion. Having said that, I think that for the sake of
the family and your relationship with him, you should discuss this matter with
him to find out what led him to do this without consulting you. Hopefully, this
will help you in getting a better understanding of the situation and making the