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    You will find this interesting. My son had to write a report about all the contributions Muslims made to the western world. Pretty amazing.Many of these things, they are credited with inventing.


    1. Algebra
    2. Scientific Method
    3. They saved a lot of famous books during the fall of the roman empire
    4. geology

    Then there was this list of Muslim invention:


    1) Coffee
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    2) Pin-Hole Camera


    3) Chess
    A form of chess was played in ancient India but the game was developed into the form we know it today in Persia.
    4) Parachute

    5) Shampoo


    6) Refinement

    7) crank-shaft device

    ) Metal Armor


    9) Pointed Arch

    10) Surgery


    11) Windmill


    12) Vaccination

    13) Fountain Pen

    14) Numerical Numbering


    15) Soup


    17) Pay Cheques
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    18) Earch is in sphere shape?


    19) Rocket and Torpedo
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    20) Gardens


    Harvard Bible Professor converted to ISLAM
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    “We shall send those who reject Our revelations to the (Hell) Fire. When their skins have been burned away, We shall replace them with new ones so that they may continue to feel the pain: God is Almighty, All-Wise.” (Quran 4:56)



    This verse indicates that there is something in the skin which makes us feel pain. This is exactly what modern science tells us i.e. pain receptors are responsible for feeling pain. It was thought that the sense of feeling and pain was dependent only on the brain. Recent discoveries however prove that there are pain receptors present in the skin, without which a person would not be able to feel pain. When a doctor examines a patient suffering from burn injuries, he verifies the degree of burns by a pinprick. If the patient feels pain, the doctor is happy, because it indicates that the burns are superficial and the pain receptors are intact. On the other hand, if the patient does not feel any pain, it indicates that it is a deep burn and the pain receptors have been destroyed.

    Prof. Tegatat Tejasen, Chairman of the Department of Anatomy at Chiang Mai University in Thailand, has spent a great amount of time on research of pain receptors. Initially he could not believe that the Qur'an mentioned this scientific fact 1,400 years ago. He later verified the translation of this particular Qur'anic verse. Prof. Tegatat Tejasen was so impressed by the scientific accuracy of the Quranic verse, that at the 8th Saudi Medical Conference held in Riyadh on the Scientific Signs of Qur'an and Sunnah, he proudly proclaimed in public: "There is no God but Allah and Muhammad (Peace Be upon Him) is His Messenger



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    Just look at how some people in the West have no idea about the origin of Mathematics and Science and that the foundations of both were set by the non western world, way way before western science and mathematics was ever thought of. China, Ancient Greece, India, Egypt, Near East as well as Islamic countries. Without the centuries of research by these non Westeners including the Arabs, Greeks and Chinese and the Egyptians together, you might still be throwing spears and smearing coloured dirt on your face.... You just might also have stop using the decimal point and stop using words like algebra and algorithm both of which derive from Islam.



    Science in the medieval Islamic world, also known as Islamic science or Arabic science, is the science developed and practised in the Islamic world during the Islamic Golden Age (c.750 CE – c.1258 CE). During this time, Indian, Asyriac, Iranian and especially Greek knowledge was translated into Arabic. These translations became a wellspring for scientific advances, by scientists from the Islamic civilization, during the Middle Ages.

    Scientists within the Islamic civilization were of diverse ethnicities. Most were Persians,Arabs, Moors, Assyrians, and Egyptians. They were also from diverse religious backgrounds. Most were Muslims,

    Science in the medieval Islamic world - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

    History of mathematics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia


    Muslim scientists placed far greater emphasis on experiment than had the Greeks.This led to an early scientific method being developed in the Muslim world, where significant progress in methodology was made, beginning with the experiments of Ibn al-Haytham (Alhazen) on optics from c. 1000, in his Book of Optics. The law of refraction of light was known to the Persians.The most important development of the scientific method was the use of experiments to distinguish between competing scientific theories set within a generally empirical orientation, which began among Muslim scientists. Ibn al-Haytham is also regarded as the father of optics, especially for his empirical proof of the intromission theory of light. Some have also described Ibn al-Haytham as the 'first scientist' for his development of the modern scientific method.

    In mathematics, the Persian mathematician Muhammad ibn Musa al-Khwarizmi gave his name to the concept of the algorithm, while the term algebra is derived from al-jabr, the beginning of the title of one of his publications. What is now known as Arabic numerals originally came from India, but Muslim mathematicians did make several refinements to the number system, such as the introduction of decimal point notation.

    History of science - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia



    The 'First True Scientist' (BBC Science and Environment News)

    Isaac Newton is, as most will agree, the greatest physicist of all time.

    At the very least, he is the undisputed father of modern optics,* or so we are told at school where our textbooks abound with his famous experiments with lenses and prisms, his study of the nature of light and its reflection, and the refraction and decomposition of light into the colours of the rainbow.

    Yet, the truth is rather greyer; and I feel it important to point out that, certainly in the field of optics, Newton himself stood on the shoulders of a giant who lived 700 years earlier.

    For, without doubt, another great physicist, who is worthy of ranking up alongside Newton, is a scientist born in AD 965 in what is now Iraq who went by the name of al-Hassan Ibn al-Haytham.

    Most people in the West will never have even heard of him.
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