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Sorry, what contributions to science, math and engineering did muslims make ?

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Submitted by Phil Greend (Canada), Jul 7, 2010 at 16:11

The muslims can do their own self promotion.

If they had invented anything then they should be able to talk about it themselves.

Sadly the muslim world lags behind the West, in math, science, history, human rights and basic literacy.

This is due to islam !

The people who follow islam are control freaks, they teach people not to question or even to think for themselves.

The good muslim people and even the bad ones need to dump islam and the connecting ignorance !

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