1001 INVENTIONS BOOK MUSLIM HERITAGE IN OUR WORLD PDF

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Inventions: Muslim Heritage in. Our World. 1. Islamic Science-History. 2. For example, in this book the word invention can also mean innovation, embrac-. Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World1- This is a very well written book, I enjoyed and learned tremendously from it. It discusses many. For more information visit pensugetheatcie.cf Book: Dar al- Islam, or the Muslim world, stretched over three vast continents, from Toledo in. Spain pensugetheatcie.cf


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Language English. Muslim Heritage in Our World 1- This is a very well written book, I enjoyed and learned tremendously from it. It discusses many key inventions developed by Muslim Scientists and Scholars of knowledge in the various domains math, physics, chemistry, biology, medicine, engineering, etc.. Great book as a gift, excellent for teachers, historians and other involved in science, the history of science, or people who like to think outside the box The uniqueness of the book, is that is among the few written in English which describe the history of modern science and how the Muslims were major contributors to it.

For its price, it contains a narrative interpretation of muslim heritage in a very wide sense: Weight -driven clock : Arabic engineers invented water clocks driven by gears and weights in the 11th century. By the 14th century, it was simply referred to as a guitar. A recipe for "fritware" dating to c. Inheritance of hemophilia: First proposed by Abu Al-Zahrawi was first to record and suggest that hemophilia was an inherited disease.

Used a sponge soaked with narcotic drugs and placed it on patients face.

Describes the process of performing a ligature on blood vessels. Migraine surgery: First performed by al-Zahrawi — Kocher's method and Walter position : Al-Zahrawi 's Kitab al-Tasrif described both what would later become known as " Kocher's method " for treating a dislocated shoulder and the "Walcher position" in obstetrics. This book was written years before the supposed first pharmacopoeia was written by German scholar in Water and weight driven mechanical clocks: By Spanish Muslim engineers sometime between — According to historian Will Durant, a watch-like device was invented by Ibn Firnas.

Hispano-Moresque ware was distinguished from the pottery of Christendom by the Islamic character of its decoration.

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Ibn al-Shatir was aware that "using a gnomon that is parallel to the Earth's axis will produce sundials whose hour lines indicate equal hours on any day of the year. The book and exhibition prepared by the FSTC does not cover inventions.

The number was chosen as a counter argument against the Western perceptions of Islam that remembers the tales of Nights, oriental dances and Aladdin and his magic lamp every time the word Islam is uttered. The book introduces names like Abbas ibn Firnas d. The foundation has not only published a book.

It also sends the book to high schools all over the world free of charge when it can find the necessary funding. Up until now the foundation has sent books to over 6, schools in the United Kingdom.

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They want to reach to more schools though. The books are accompanied by posters that are used as educational material.

Al-Hassani asks interested donors to visit inventions. The book and the material are being translated into nine languages; including European languages as well as Malay, Arabic and Turkish.

The Turkish version will be in print soon, and it will be a little thicker than the original book because of additions about Turkish contributions to science.

Professsor al-Hassani is hoping to translate the material into Chinese as well, but first he wants to start another project that will represent the contributions of Chinese scientists to civilization.

We have to teach our children that we took paper from the Chinese. We have to teach them [about] the amazing ships that Zheng He built.

Each one was about the dimension of a football stadium, you know," he explains.

Though al-Hassani is quite satisfied with the job his team did in the Inventions project, he thinks that science is only one area in which the contributions of Eastern nations should be unearthed.

He says that polo, "the royal game," was first invented in Persia. Al-Hassani has more to say about polo: "When they started this game, men and women were playing together.

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We have manuscripts showing men and women on horses and playing together. This has two important elements: One, the origin of the game.

Second, women being a part of the games. Long before women were recognized in Europe as having a soul they were part of the sporting activities in the Muslim world," he explains.

1001 Inventions: Muslim Heritage in Our World

He hopes they will be ready for a Sports exhibition during the London Olympics about Muslim contributions to the history of sports. Al-Hassani has a lot to say. You have to make time to listen to the story of Kung Fu, a Muslim martial art, turned into a Buddhist monk practice.

The development of sciences, sports and arts in the Muslim world was not an accident. Sufis use this term [riyazah] for a period of retirement from worldly life and fasting. But this term is used also for mathematics: riyaziyat.Salim Ayduz; Kaouthar Chatioui; Dr. Each one was about the dimension of a football stadium, you know," he explains.

This holistic approach is behind all the inventions of the Muslim scientists. From the Muslim world , coffee drinking spread to Italy, then to the rest of Europe, and coffee plants were transported by the Dutch to the East Indies and to the Americas. So riyazah in Muslim tradition has three dimensions: body, heart and mind. The Arabic al-qahwa was served as coffee in Vienna's coffee houses in This has two important elements: One, the origin of the game.

The development of sciences, sports and arts in the Muslim world was not an accident. He came, looked at the tools we remodeled, browsed [through] the book for about two hours.

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