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Submitted by sTs (United Arab Emirates), Nov 18, 2008 at 15:59

If you read my comment you will find that I said that the earth is not completely round and also the Egg specially an ostrich eggs are not completely round and infact they are not completely oval. when I said the earth is round I mean it is not flat but spherical, it does not mean a perfect sphere. do I have to give you bit by bit using a spoon.

Your are a liar because Andalusia was under the Arab Muslim rule and they excelled in sciences to the extent that people from the rest of Europe came to the Andalusia, came to the Arabs and leaned those sciences.

I will give you a list of Muslim scientists and their achievements

  1. Abu Musa Jaber Ibn Hayan - Father of Chemistry (Alchemist, Philosopher, Astronomer, Mathematician, Pharmacist and Scientist) - invention of basic laboratory tools
  2. Mohammad ibn Musa Al-Khawarismi - Father of Algebra (Mathematician, Astronomer, Geographer) Algebra is derive from the arabic word (Al-jabr) Solving linear and quadratic equation that are the basis of today modern Algebra
  3. Yaqub ibn Ishaq Al Kindi (Polymaths, Philosopher, Astronomer, Chemist, Mathematician, Physician) Introducing Indian numerals to Europe, developed a scale where doctors can quantify the potency of their medication, developed music therapy
  4. Abu Bakr Muhammad ibn Zakaria Al-Razi (Physician, Philosopher, Medic, Alchemist) Developed chemical instruments, that remain in use till today, systematic clasification of chemistry facts
  5. Abu Nasr Muhammad ibn Al Farakh Al-Farabi (Methematician, Medic, Scientist, Philosopher), had great influence for centuries
  6. Abu al-Qasim Khalaf ibn Abbas Al-Zahrawi (Abulcasis- father of modern surgery) Surgeon, Physician, scientist. Islam's greatest midieval surgeon, comrehensive medical texts, Thirty volumes collection of medical practices.cover all range of medical treatments including dentistry
  7. Abu Ali Al-Hassan ibn Al-Haytham (Father of Optics), polymath, anatomist, astronomist, engineer, mathematician, ophthalmologist medic, physician, psychologist, philosopher...) development of optical tools regarded to be outstanding until today.
  8. Abu Hamed Mohammad ibn Mohammad AL-Ghazali (Theologian, Islamic Jurist, Philosopher),
  9. Abu Abdallah Muhammad Al-Idrisi, (Cartographer, Geographer, Botanist, Zoologist, Therapist) developed maps of the world, his firm belief that earth was spherical, Europe used his maps for centuries after him, christopher columbus used Al-Idris maps for his dicoveries.
  10. Abu Al-Walid Muhammad ibn Ahmad ibn Rushd (Averreos), (Philosopher, Physician, Mathematician, Islamic Jurist, Theologian, Medic), His major works is the translation of most of Aristotle works that were forgotten and introduced them again to Europe during the 12th century.
  11. Ibn Ismail ibn Al-Razzaz Al-Jazari (Father of Modern day Engineering and Robotics) Engineer, inventor, writer, designer of automatic machines including his revolutionary machine for raising water and water wheels with cams on their axle. first reciprocating piston engine, suction pump, valves, direct impact in developing todays engineering.
  12. Ala- Al-Dinn Abu Al-Hassan Ali ibn Abi-Hazm Al-Qurashi al-Dimashqi (Ibn Al-Nafis) (Physician, Linguistic, Philosopher, Historian, Islamic Jurist), first description of hman blood circulation and accurately describing the pulmonary circulation , wrote on diet for health, and ophthalmology
  13. Abu Ziad Abdu-Rahman bin Muhammad bin Khaldun al-Hadrami (Ibn Khaldoun) Polymath, historiographer , Demographer, Economist, Philosopher, Scociologist, Social sciences) book on universal history (First works of sociology),

All Above scientist and their achievements were during the European Dark Ages, there are many more scientists but I don't have the time to mention them all in here, you can find list of them on the Internet

So As you can see when Europe was in deep ... , the Muslim world was flourishing

You hav e a corrupt history, you are brainwashed, you are blind , you cannot see what is right and what is wrong. nothing of what you say about muslims is correct, they raised the human being while europe was living in muds and laws of the jungle

wake up and see the truth, you are blind man

The earth is fragile , by God's powers He preserves it from crumpling, and never Islam regard Black as inferior, Bibal was one of the favourate follower of Prophet Muhammad, Emperor of Habasha was a Black man and we ragard him highly in Islam,

Prophet Mohammad said there is no difference between Arab and non-Arab and white and black except by piety

WAKE UP - YOU ARE DELUSIONED

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