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Islamic Civilization and History





ISLAM EMPIRE OF FAITH (Documentary)



Islamic History:


THE MESSAGE


THE Hijrah


THE RIGHTLY GUIDED CALIPHS


THE UMAYYADS


ISLAM IN SPAIN


THE ABBASIDS


THE GOLDEN AGE


THE FATIMIDS


THE SELJUK TURKS


THE CRUSADERS


THE MONGOLS AND THE MAMLUKS


THE LEGACY


THE OTTOMANS


THE COMING OF THE WEST


REVIVAL IN THE ARAB EAST


A brief chronology of Islam

6th Century (500 - 599) C.E


7th Century (600 - 699) C.E


8th Century (700 - 799) C.E


9th Century (800 - 899) C.E


10th Century (900 - 999) C.E


11th Century (1000 -1099) C.E


12th Century (1100 - 1199) C.E


13th Century (1200 - 1299) C.E


14th Century (1300 - 1399) C.E


15th Century (1400 - 1499) C.E


16th Century (1500 - 1599) C.E


17th Century (1600 - 1699) C.E


18th Century (1700 - 1799) C.E


19th Century (1800 - 1899) C.E


20th Century (1900 - 1999) C.E


21th Century (2000 - ) C.E


A brief chronology of Prophet Muhammad



Islamic Civilization and History in pdf




The History Of The Khalifahs Who Took The Right Way, By: Imam Jalal ad-Din as-Suyuti - in pdf



Giant Muslim Scientists and Scholars





Islam, Philosophy and Science in Baghdad-Islamic Golden Age



Muslim scientists and scholars have contributed immensely to human knowledge especially in the period between 8th and 14th century CE. However, their contributions have been largely ignored, forgotten or have gone un-acknowledged. Many of their names were Latinized, or changed with the effect of obscuring their identity and origin, and their association with the Islamic Civilization.. You can read fascinating accounts of some of the most talented Muslim scholars in history whose contributions have left lasting marks in the annals of science, astronomy, medicine, surgery, engineering and philosophy.



Jabir Ibn Haiyan ,(Died 803 C.E.), (Geber) Chemistry (Father of Chemistry)

Mohammad Bin Musa al-Khawarizmi , (Died 840 C.E.) (Algorizm) Mathematics, Astronomy, Geography. (Algorithm, Algebra, calculus)

Yaqub Ibn Ishaq al-Kindi , (800-873 C.E.) (Alkindus) Philosophy, Physics, Optics, Medicine, Mathematics, Metallurgy.

Thabit Ibn Qurra , (836-901 C.E.) (Thebit) Astronomy, Mechanics, Geometry, Anatomy.

ALI IBN RABBAN AL-TABARI , (838-870 C.E.) Medicine, Mathematics, Caligraphy, Literature.

ABU ABDULLAH AL-BATTANI , (868-929 C.E.) Astronomy, mathematics, Trigonometry.

AL-FARGHANI , (C. 860 C.E.) Astronomy, Civil Engineering.

MOHAMMAD IBN ZAKARIYA AL-RAZI , (870-950 C.E.) (Rhazes) Medicine, Ophthalmology, Smallpox, Chemistry, Astronomy.

ABU AL-NASR AL-FARABI , (864-930 C.E.) (Al-Pharabius) Sociology, Logic, Philosophy, Political Science, Music.

ABUL HASAN ALI AL-MASU'DI, (DIED 957 C.E.) Geography, History.

Abu al-Qasim al-Zahrawi , (936-1013 C.E.) (Albucasis) Father of Modern Surgery, Medicine.

Abul Wafa Muhammad al-Buzjani , (940-997 C.E.) Mathematics, Astronomy, Geometry, Trigonometry.

ABU ALI HASAN IBN AL-HAITHAM , (965-1040 C.E.) (Alhazen) Physics, Optics, Mathematics.

ABU AL-HASAN AL-MAWARDI , (972-1058 C.E.) (Alboacen) Political Science, Sociology, Jurisprudence, Ethics.

ABU RAIHAN AL-BIRUNI , (973-1048 C.E.) Astronomy, Mathematics. (Determined Earth's Circumference).

IBN SINA , (980-1037 C.E.) (Avicenna) Doctor of doctors, Medicine, Philosophy, Mathematics, Astronomy.

OMAR AL-KHAYYAM , (1044-1123 C.E.) Mathematics, Poetry.

ABU HAMID AL-GHAZALI , (1058-1128 C.E.) (Algazel) Sociology, Theology, Philosophy.

ABU MARWAN IBN ZUHR , (1091-1161 C.E.) (Avenzoar) Surgery, Medicine.

AL-IDRISI , (1099-1166 C.E.) (Dreses) Geography (World Map, First Globe).

IBN RUSHD , (1128-1198 C.E.) (Averroes) Philosophy, Law, Medicine, Astronomy, Theology.

IBN AL-BAITAR , (DIED 1248 C.E.) Pharmacy, Botany.

NASIR AL-DIN AL-TUSI , (1201-1274 C.E.) Astronomy, Non-Euclidean Geometry.

JALAL AL-DIN RUMI , (1207-1273 C.E.) Sociology.

IBN AL-NAFIS , (1213-1288 C.E.) Anatomy.

IBN KHALDUN , (1332-1395 C.E.) Sociology, Philosophy of History, Political Science.

Setting the Record Straight: The Miracle of Islamic Science, What is Taught and What Should be Taught