The world's oldest university is the University of al-Karaouine in Fes, Morocco. It was established by a Muslim woman in 859 CE. — in Fez, Figuig, Morocco. From Wikipedia: The University of al-Karaouine Read more [...]...Read More
In another work, the suggestion was that the roots of the Western civilization are as Arabic as they are Greek and Latin.
Ali Ahmad says: February 20, 2010 at 2:29 am –”The Greek classical tradition was transmitted to Europe via the Muslim world, in Arabic.” There is a common, in many cases unintentional, omission Read more [...]...Read More
After the fall of the Roman Empire, the focus of alchemical development moved to the Islamic World. Much more is known about Islamic alchemy because it was better documented: indeed, most of the earlier Read more [...]...Read More
"Kufic script is a lovely and ancient variant of the Arabic alphabet that developed out of the Nabatean alphabet of Classical-era Petra. There are many Kufic examples to draw from in this time era, including Read more [...]...Read More
Historic Philipines – It is this Islam that actually produced heroic resistance against western colonialism
"The Philippine Muslims was once a dominant group in the country. They have 500 years of political history, so far the longest political experience compared to other groups in the whole Philippines. Their Read more [...]...Read More
From the Dome of the Mosque of the Rock in Jerusalem to the great mosques of Isfahan in Persia, calligraphy decorated, enhanced and even helped to visually unify the greatest Muslim structures. The art Read more [...]...Read More