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How did Islamic civilization impact on science ?

Tags: religion & spirituality, islamic civilization
Asked by onlytruth, 20 Mar '12 04:17 pm
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Science wun't belive in existance of God
science leads to Islam..!
Why did I Embrace Islam?
This is an extract from Dr. Gronier, a French MP, who embraced Islam. Revealing the reason of embracing Islam he said, I read all of the Ayat (Quranic verses), which have a relation to medical, health, and natural sciences that I studied before and have a wide knowledge of. I found that these verses are totally compatible with and give a picture of our modern sciences. Thus, I embraced Islam as it was obvious that Muhammad revealed the Absolute Truth more than a thousand years ago. Had every specialist, artist or scientist compared those Quranic verses to his own specialization, beyond the shadow of doubt he would embrace Islam, especially if he has a sound mentality and goodwill to search for the truth and not a mentally defective person with the intentions of malevolent aims.
Denier, Ateen and Sulaiman Bin Ibrahim,
Muhammad Allah's Messenger.
Mahmoud, Abdul-Haleem, (Dr.),
Answered by yusuf syed, 21 Mar '12 06:45 pm

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It is such a huge topic that space is not enough even for a start
few quotes from very famous Historians of credibility is provided below
American historian Briffault says that Muslims are definitely to be credited for every single aspect of European civilization. [2]

Sigrid Hunke said: "Arabs developed with their experience and scientific research the material they took from the Greeks and then they reshaped it. In fact, Arabs created the right scientific research based on experience... The Arabs not only saved Hellenism from transience, organized it and then granted it to the West, but also founded the experimental methods in chemistry, physics, arithmetic, algebra, geology, trigonometry, and sociology. In addition to countless individual discoveries and inventions in various branches of science most of which were plagiarized and attributed to others Arabs presented the most precious gift, namely the correct way of scientific research, which paved the way for the West t ...more
Answered by truth exposed, 20 Mar '12 04:19 pm

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An interesting BA
Answered by anil garg, 27 Mar '12 06:16 pm

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