Baghdad: Birthplace of the Scientific Process

January 27, 2007 § 3 Comments

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§ 3 Responses to Baghdad: Birthplace of the Scientific Process

  • gess says:

    Hard to watch this video, and knowing what once this great city turned into today.

    But history is on side of the people of Baghdad.

  • Manas says:

    Many people don’t know that the modern experiment guided science took it’s birth on Arab soil.

  • Hakim says:

    as-salaamu ‘alaikum

    “Hard to watch this video, and knowing what once this great city turned into today.”

    gess: Indeed, it is a difficult thing to watch. I thought this video would be helpful in the argument that I cross from time-to-time and that is: what has useful contribution have Muslims (i.e. Islam) made to global society?

    “Many people don’t know that the modern experiment guided science took it’s birth on Arab soil.”

    Manas: No doubt and that includes many Muslims and Arabs.

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