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Answers for Judeo-Christ as we are open indefinitly in this bar..

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Submitted by Harrak (Canada), Nov 22, 2006 at 14:50

Judeo-Christ and his opposite, I can give you 3 credits once you learn the following and stop bringing down the image of western civilization by your ignorance:

Muslism scholars:

Jabir Ibn Haiyan: the alchemist Geber of the Middle Ages, is generally known as the father of chemistry

Abu Abdullah Mohammad Ibn Musa al-Khawarizmi : In the words of Phillip Hitti, he influenced mathematical thought to a greater extent than any other medieval writer...

Abu Yousuf Yaqub Ibn Ishaq al-Kindi: In mathematics, he wrote four books on the number system and laid the foundation of a large part of modern arithmetic....

Thabit Ibn Qurra Ibn Marwan al-Sabi al-Harrani : In astronomy he was one of the early reformers of Ptolemic views. He analysed several. problems related to the movements of sun and moon and wrote treatises on sun-dials...

Abu Bakr Mohammad Ibn Zakariya al-Razi : his contribution was so significant that it can only be compared to that of Ibn Sina. Some of his works in medicine e.g. Kitab al- Mansoori, Al-Hawi, Kitab al-Mulooki and Kitab al-Judari wa al- Hasabah earned everlasting fame. Kitab al-Mansoori, which was translated into Latin in the 15th century C.E., comprised ten volumes and dealt exhaustively with Greco-Arab medicine....

Abu Nasr Mohammad Ibn al-Farakh al-Farabi : His major contributions seem to be in philosophy, logic and sociology and, of course, stands out as an Encyclopedist. As a philosopher, he may be classed as a Neoplatonist who tried to synthesize Platonism and Aristotelism with theology and he wrote such rich commentaries on Aristotle's physics, meteorology, logic, etc...

Ibn Sina : Of Ibn Sina's 16 medical works, eight are versified treatises on such matter as the 25 signs indicating the fatal termination of illnesses, hygienic precepts, proved remedies, anatomical memoranda etc. Amongst his prose works, after the great Qanun, the treatise on cardiac drugs, of which the British Museum possesses several fine manuscripts, is probably the most important, but it remains unpublished.

This should be enough, if you want more, there is no 3 am last call in this Bar.

By the way, what were the Europeans doing at the time Muslims and Jews (and here I add Avirose or Ibn Rushd, the Jew that was lost in history as Muslim) were contributing to civilization!! Europeans were simply cannibals..still not yet humanized (in the cultural sense).

Submitting....

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