Pioneers in Islamic Civilization Version 1.0

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A Comprehensive Reference of 200 Outstanding Muslim Scientists who Contributed to Islamic Civilization The program aims at establishing the proper image of Muslim scholars and pinpointing their contributions to human civilization in general and Islamic civilization in particular. It also underlines and deepens the Muslim identity amidst fast changing concepts and ideologies. Key Features: The

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A Comprehensive Reference of 200 Outstanding Muslim Scientists who Contributed to Islamic Civilization The program aims at establishing the proper image of Muslim scholars and pinpointing their contributions to human civilization in general and Islamic civilization in particular. It also underlines and deepens the Muslim identity amidst fast changing concepts and ideologies. Key Features: The program presents 200 vanguard Muslim scholars whose world-acknowledged achievements and discoveries rectify many current misconceptions in history. Branches of knowledge in which Muslim scholars proved their mastery are explained to prove the extent to which these contributions have influenced civilization. The program highlights the heritage Muslim scholars have left for world civilization and which still draw the attention of Western scholars. It also mentions the scientific institutions that fostered these scholars’ research and the cities in which they lived. Scholars’ full biographies and scientific history are given with a special focus on their distinct achievements in fields like mathematics, physics, chemistry, geology, biology, and astronomy. Introduction to various branches of knowledge through 100 articles under various program topics. For example, under the topic of agronomy, articles are found about the soil, fertilizers, grafting, plant diseases and food preservation. Under the topic of pharmacology, you will find articles about anesthesia, antidotes, henna and perfumes. The program divides Muslim scholars’ contributions into six categories: Inventions, including articles on medicine and surgical equipment, the compass and the clock. Mathematical innovations such as net multiplication, magic squares and double error methodology. Theories such as the theory of mercury and sulfur, numeration theory and species existence theory. Discoveries such as blood circulation and certain Indian islands.

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