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Number of Nobel prizes (in the sciences) won by "the Muslim world" equals zero

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Submitted by Bill Bennetta (United States), Apr 29, 2008 at 09:02

On 27 April, Phil Greend wrote:

" Very very few Nobel prizes [in the sciences] have been earned by the muslim world."

We can be more accurate by citing the actual number of Nobel prizes won by representatives of the Islamic world: The number is zero.

See my article at http://www.textbookleague.org/122ali.htm .

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