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محمد : الإسم الأكثر شيوعاً للمواليد الذكور في بريطانيا

اعـتماداً على معـلومات مكتب الإحصاءات الوطنية في بريطانيا لعام 2009 تبين أن الاسم "مُـحـمّـد" (بالأشكال الإنجليزية الـ 12 لتهجّي الاسم مثلاً: مُحمـّد، مَحمَـد، موحمّد، مهمـيت، ماهومـيت، مومـيت، وهكذا) هو الاسم الأكثر شيوعـاً للموالـيد الذكور في بريطانية (أوروبة)، فقد وصل عدد المواليد الذين حملوا اسم محمد إلى 7549 مولود لعام 2009.  ثم جاء الاسم  أوليفـر  كثاني الأسماء شـيوعاً للمواليد الذكور ( بعـدد 7364)، تتبعـه بالترتيب الأسماء:  جاك،  هاري، ألفي،  جـَـشـوا،  توماس،  شارلي،  وليم، و  جـيـمـس

المرجع:

Jack Doyle: Mohammed is now the most popular name for baby boys ahead of Jack and Harry. Mail online, News, Saturday, Nov 13, 2010 [

 



 

ما المقصود تحديداً بـ: عـلوم العـرب والمسلمين ؟

ما المقصود تحديداً بـ: (عـلوم العـرب والمسـلمين)؟


يشير الأستاذ الإمام محمد الطاهر ابن عاشور (رحمه الله) إلى الدور العـلمي العـالمي للغـة العـربية، في كتابه الرائع: (أليس الصبح بقريب - التعليم العربي الإسلامي صفحة 41):

 
ومما تقدم إلى هنا : تعـلم أن العـلوم التي كانت تُـدرّس وتُـدوّن يومئذٍ تنتهي إلى اثنين وثلاثين عـلماً [ تُـدَرّسُ بالعـربيّـة ] هي:


التفسير،

الحديث،

السـيرة،

اللغـة،

النحو،

الصرف ،

التصوف،

العروض،

الفقـه وأصوله،

التاريخ،

الطب،

آداب العـرب ،

البلاغة،

الفـلك ،

المنطـق،

الفـلسـفة،

الهنـدسة،

الحـساب،

الهـيئة،

الجغـرافيا،

الموسـيقى،

عـلم الحيـوان،

الطـبيعة،

الرواية والقصص،

الكلام،

الصيدلة،

الكيمياء،

الفلاحة،

المساحة،

الجبر،

جرّ الأثـقال والتحـرك،

وتـتـبعها عـلـوم تتفرع عـن بعـضها مثل مصطلح الحديث، والجدل، وآداب البحث، ونقـد الشـعـر.



 

Innovation of Anaesthetic Sponge in Islamic Medical History

 

INNOVATION  OF  'ANAESTHETIC  SPONGE'  IN  ISLAMIC MEDICAL HISTORY

 

Dr N K Al-Quisi, FFRACS, DA, DCH, Consultant Anaesthetist (Speaker)

Dr M A R Al-Fallouji, Ph D, FRCS, Professor of Surgery

 

An operation requires knowledge in anatomy (Yuhannah Ibn Masawayh in 830 dissected monkeys and Ibn Tufail in 1185 dissected deers, Avicenna circa 1020 and Ibn Al-Nafis (1288) dissected human bodies). It also requires knowledge in anti-sepsis (Rhazes discovered alcohol); a skilled surgeon with instruments (Albucasis described more than 100 original instruments), but more importantly surgical operation requires anaesthesia.

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Inspiring Lectures of HRH Prince Charles on Islamic History and Science

 

 Islam  and  the  West 

 

A speech by HRH The Prince of Wales titled 'Islam and the West' at the Oxford Centre for Islamic Studies , The Sheldonian Theatre, Oxford

27th October 1993

Ladies and gentlemen, it was suggested to me when I first began to consider the subject of this lecture, that I should take comfort from the Arab proverb, 'In every head there is some wisdom'. I confess that I have few qualifications as a scholar to justify my presence here, in this theatre, where so many people much more learned than I have preached and generally advanced the sum of human knowledge. I might feel more prepared if I were an offspring of your distinguished University, rather than a product of that 'Technical College of the Fens' - though I hope you will bear in mind that a chair of Arabic was established in 17th century Cambridge a full four years before your first chair of Arabic at Oxford.

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Twelve Islamic Medical Discoveries that changed the World

TWELVE  ISLAMIC  MEDICAL  DISCOVERIES  THAT  CHANGED  THE  WORLD

 

By Dr M A R Al-Fallouji, PhD, FRCS, Professor of Surgery

 

Comparative study of History of Medicine in Islamic World and in the West confirmed that Muslims made twelve (12) medical discoveries that had indeed changed the world:

1. Infectivity of certain diseases (as documented by Prophet Muhammad in leprosy and plague) caused by gerthoma (germs) flourishing in bad air with poor food and hygiene. Muslims established hospitals on healthy sites of principal cities, and building quarantine for infected patients in distant places.

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Religious Tolerance is Islamic Invention and Practice

'Religious  Tolerance'  is  an  Islamic  Invention 

practiced routinely throughout history

The concept of 'Religious Tolerance' is a purely Original Islamic invention and was practiced by Muslims allover Islamic World (Caliphate) and throughout Islamic history; many of the Caliphs took non-Muslim doctors as their private Court Physicians, without coercing them into Islam.  God Most High says:

"Let there be no compulsion in religion: Truth stands outs clear from Error" . Verse 2:256 of Surat Al-Baqarah (The Cow)

"If they charge you with falsehood, say: 'For me are my deeds and for you are your deeds! You are free from responsibility for what I do, and I for what you do' " . Verse 10:41 of Surat Yunus (Jonah)

"Say, 'The Truth is from your Lord' Let him who will, believe, and let him who will, reject (it)' " Verse 18:29 of Surat Al-Kahf (The Cave)

"To you (kafirs or non-believers) be your Way (Religion), and to me mine" . Verse 109:6 of Surat Al-Kafirun (Those who reject Faith)

Such concept of 'Religious Tolerance' is historically connected with Prophet Muhammad himself.

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English Words of direct Arabic Etymology

Some English Words of Arabic Etymology

(Please see Al-Fallouji's  PARADISE DICTIONARY)

 

The following words are only few examples:

"Firdous" (paradise);

"cah'f" (cave);

"ardh" (earth);

"ilyat" (elite);

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English Words of Arabic Origin (borrowed indirectly)

 English Words of Arabic Origin (borrowed indirectly)

(Please see Al-Fallouji's  PARADISE DICTIONARY)

 

From the Hindi (Indian) came:

"ayah, from Arabic sign of beauty and mercy" (nurse or maid),

"kismet from Arabic qismah and Turkish qismet" (fate or destiny),

"nabob, nawab from Arabic nawwab, plural of na'ib, deputy" (a Muslim prince in India),

"pyjama from Arabic manama, loose trousers tied round the waist worn by Muslims to cover their 'awra' or private parts (a sleeping-suit in European use),

"sahib" (respectable friend or Sir),

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Mission Statement

IHAMS  (Institute for History of Arab-Islamic Medicine and Sciences)

is a charitable bi-lingual Anglo-Arabic educational organisation dedicated to the field of History of Arab-Islamic Medicine and Sciences; It was established as a preferred site for all intelligentsia (social class of people engaged in complex mental and creative labor directed to the development and dissemination of culture), encompassing intellectuals, doctors, historians, philosophers, academics, and other related social groups, such as teachers and artists.

IHAMS was founded with the following aims:

1. As a Reference Library on the History of Arab-Islamic Medicine ad Sciences.   IHAMS has a vast collection of articles and publications (in the History field of Arab-Islamic Medicine and Sciences) for FREE-downloading.  Furthermore, IHAMS is continuously scanning, scrutinizing and skimming through the extensive World literature, selecting the best pick of the elite and excellent peer-reviewed articles (the crème de la crème in their field), and incorporating them within IHAMS website articles, and finally presenting them FREE for research purposes.

2. As a Research Centre in the History of Arab-Islamic Medicine and Sciences with the contribution of original articles.   Furthermore, Research Articles and/or Power-Point show presentations and/or You-Tubes relating to teh Arab-Islamic Sciences may be contributed by contacting the IHAMS Director directly for FREE publication on IHAMS website.

3. As an Audio-Visual Centre for Public Awareness in the History of Arab-Islamic Medicine/Sciences and their influence on European Medicine and Sciences.  IHAMS is always searching and continuously skimming through the extensive videos reservoire of you-tubes, selecting the crème de la crème and incorporating them within IHAMS Audio-Visuals, for sake of public awareness.

4. As a Gateway to The World, and a Window to the IHAMS-related and Useful International websites.  IHAMS is inter-linked to the best websites of international educational institutions and inter-connected to the very best academic establishments with similar interests.  IHAMS therefore, brings the whole World at your finger-tips.

 

The spectrum of IHAMS educational activities encompasses:

-  Free on-line articles, shows and audios,

-  A unique Free reference library.

-  Excellent window to websites, and a gateway to best educational institutions and museums with similar interests.

-  A selection of Free cultural videos that promote the spirit of love, tolerance, and moderation with others.

-  A Phoca Gallery of photos and images of famous physicianc, scientists, authorities, books, or institutions in the Arab-Islamic History.

-  On-line courses in history of Arab-Islamic Medicine and Sciences and their application to our contemporary life.

-  Linguistic educational cross-fertilisation between East and West.


 

Hijri Date Conversion

This is Hijri / Gregorian Date Conversion:

Researchers in the History of Arab-Islamic Medicine and Sciences will invariably encounter Hijri dates which may need to be converted to equivalent Gregorian dates for contemporary research understanding.

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