The first three hundred years of Islamic history
Our liberal intellectuals and so-called columnists never tire of ridiculing Muslims for eating haraam food at the table of history, saying that the inventions and discoveries of Muslims are limited to the first three hundred years of Islamic history. Not made It is true that the age of slavery has its own criteria, the rulers are punished for the crime of weakness, it is a matter of whoever has a stick in his hand, but so much ignorance of his history and so much hatred of his people, even modern liberal civilization. Does not like
This article is a brief overview of the scientific achievements of Muslims over the last millennium, from the 1000’s to the 21st century. This will make it clear that the succession of Muslims in the field of science has continued for the last thousand years. Even in this age of anarchy and subjugation, Muslims have not given up. Even today, there are hundreds of Muslim scientists who are contributing to scientific progress and whose inventions and discoveries have opened up many new fields of science.
Al-Khajandi Death 1000 presents the magazine per mile and latitude on finding the axial inclination and latitude. That problem discovers the pocket angle or sign theorem that replaces the Minneapolis law.
Al-Zahrawi died in 1004, becoming the world’s first surgeon. He explores the methods of operation in art. In his book Al-Tarif, he describes more surgical instruments.
3.Ali ibn Abd al-Rahman Yunus
Ali ibn Abd al-Rahman Yunus, 1004, found the value of the inclination of the ecliptic 23 degrees 35 minutes and the Sun apogee 86 degrees 10 minutes, which is very close to modern research. He discovers the 360-degree rotation of the Earth’s axis in 26,000 years, according to modern research.
4. Ahmad bin Muhammad Ali Muskwiyah
Ahmad bin Muhammad Ali Muskwiyah died in 1032. For the first time in history, he discovered life in plants. He ranks life research and brain evolution. That’s what Darwin later presented.
5. Ibn Sina
Ibn Sina died in 1036. He divides the organs of the body and discovers the psychological treatment. He is the author of the most complete and authoritative book on medicine, the Law of Medicine, which was taught in Europe until the sixteenth century.
6. Ibn al-Hashim
Ibn al-Hashim, who died in 1038, presents a particle theory of light in his book Afaq. He discovers the flexibility, reflection, travel of light in a straight line and the retina. His research revolutionized physics.
7.Ali Ahmad Nasavi
Ali Ahmad Nasavi Death 1030 Hour, ie divides the hour into 60 digits into minutes (minutes) and seconds (seconds). Feminine explores the method of dividing small scales by the ratio of ten to what is called a decimal.
Al-Biruni dies in 1049 AD finds the density of metals extra. It detects latitude and longitude and the circumference of the earth at 24779 miles, of which modern research (24858 miles) can detect a difference of only 79 miles.
9.Ali Ibn Ali ibn Ja’far
Ali Ibn Ali ibn Ja’far died in 1061. The methods used to examine the patient in modern medicine continue the series of General Physical examination and Systemic inquiry.
Ghazali’s death in 1111 marks him as the inventor and researcher of modern moral philosophy.
11. Omar Khayyam
Omar Khayyam died in 1131 at the age of 28. He completes his book Algebra. In it he describes six new principles of algebra, such as the bye-mile theory. Omar Khayyam calculates the solar year 365 days 5 hours and 49 minutes, which is just one minute apart, according to modern research. He bases the leap year on the solar calendar by making some months 30 days and some 31 days, which is common in Europe and America today.
12. Ibn Zuhr
Ibn Zuhr discovers the cause of scabies in 1162. He proves the existence of parasites for the first time in history.
Al-Idrisi’s death in 1164 marks the first time that the earth is round. He makes a silver globe of the earth. As the world’s first expert cartographer, he mapped the world and discovered the source of the Nile. His book Nazhata al-Mushtaq fi al-Hutraq al-Afaq is the first book on geography.
14. Ibn Rushd’s
Ibn Rushd’s death in 1198 proves for the first time that a person who once contracted smallpox does not get it again in a lifetime, which is also considered by modern science.
15. Sharafuddin Tusi
Sharafuddin Tusi died in 1213. He invented the Linear astrolabe, which makes observations possible to determine the height, time and qibla of the stars.
16. Abdullah Ibn Bitar’s
Abdullah Ibn Bitar’s death in 1248 proves to be Spain’s greatest botanist. He travels extensively from Spain to Syria in search of herbs. He discovers a medicine with anti-cancer properties, which is also confirmed by modern science.
17. Ibn al-Nafis
Ibn al-Nafis dies in 1288. For the first time in history, he discovers the circulatory system (pulmonary and coronary circulation) in the lungs and heart, which revolutionized medicine. He is the first blood transfusion researcher.
18. Kamal-ud-Din Farsi
The death of Kamal-ud-Din Farsi in 1320 discovers the first exact cause of the process of becoming a rainbow.
19. Ibn Khaldun’s
Ibn Khaldun’s death in 1406 Ibn Khaldun’s case is based on sociology.
Mohi-ud-Din’s death in 1554 makes the world’s first modern map showing the newly discovered continent of America and Antarctica.
21. Taqi-ud-Din Muhammad Ibn Ma’ruf
Taqi-ud-Din Muhammad Ibn Ma’ruf died in 1585. The theory of the world’s first steam engine and telescope is presented.
22. Ahmed Chalbi
Ahmed Chalabi dies (17th century AD) Experiments with human flight. A year earlier, Leghari Hassan attempted his first human flight with a Chalbi rocket.
23. Mysore Tipu Sultan
Mysore Tipu Sultan Martyrdom of Mysore The first invention of war rocket in 1799 history. The flint lock blunderbuss gun, built by Tipu between 1793 and 1794, is considered to be the most advanced technology of its time. Based on Tipu’s rockets, the Royal Volk. Arsenal began research on military rockets. This research began in 1801 and was based on Tipu’s technology. The results of this research came in the form of solid fuel rockets in 1805. Then William Congrio. Published a concise account of the origin and progress of the rocket system. Congreve rockets were used by the British in the wars against Napoleon. Had rocket technology.
24. Helusi Behst
Helusi Behst dies in 1948 Discovering a vascular disease called Behst syndrome. Helusi was born in Istanbul on February 20, 1889 and died on March 8, 1948. He is a Turkish dermatologist from Turkey. He was a scientist. He discovered a disease called Inflammation of Blood Vessels in 1937 and named it Behcet Disease in 13146. In 1924, he published Dermatologisische Wochenshrift, Turkey’s first journal on dermatology, in which he provided detailed information on syphilis and other differential diagnostics. As a result, scientists were exposed to syphilis at the same time. Or Syphilis and other skin diseases. This book is still considered important in this field and is called Clinical and practical syphilis, diagnosis, and related dermatoses.
Indian sub-inspector Aziz-ul-Haq discovers a classification of fingerprints in the first half of the twentieth century, attributed to his English master Edward Henry. He also provided the mathematical basis for the system, but Demonstrating, he named it “Henry Classification System of Fingerprints” after his English patron Edward Henry.
26. Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan
Thanks to the hard work of Dr. Abdul Qadeer Khan, Pakistan, the first country in the Islamic world, has the potential to enrich uranium. In 1983, Pakistan became the first Islamic country to conduct secret nuclear tests. In 1998, Pakistan became the first nuclear country in the Islamic world.