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Here is a passage in the Qur’an that is made by God about modern science, that they should be congruent with the truth attained by modern science, “hence they should be both in agreement and concordant with the findings of modern science”.
Lewis states that Islam brought two major changes to ancient slavery which were to have far-reaching consequences. “One of these was the presumption of freedom; the other, the ban on the enslavement of free persons except in strictly defined circumstances,” Lewis continues.
Quran. The Quran is the central religious text of Islam, which Muslims believe to be a revelation from God (Arabic: الله, Allah).
The period is traditionally said to have ended with the collapse of the Abbasid caliphate due to Mongol invasions and the Siege of Baghdad in 1258.
Muslims can only burn or bury Qurans that have been damaged or corrupted to prevent God’s word from being defiled. The Quran was considered a miracle because Muhammad – who was illiterate – was chosen by God to convey his final message to humanity over a period of 23 years, according to Islamic beliefs.
Despite Muhammad’s advocacy of medicine, Islam hindered development in human anatomy, regarding the human body as sacred. Only later, when Persian traditions have been integrated to Islamic thought, Muslims developed treatises about human anatomy.
Despite great progress in allopathic medicine, Arab–Islamic medicine has continued to be practiced within the Mediterranean as well as most Muslim countries (Figure 2), where cultural beliefs and religion often lead to self-care or home remedies in rural areas and consultation with traditional healers.
Many also are used as medicine, based on recipes and formulas derived from careful observation and experimentation performed more than a thousand years ago by Islamic scientists and scholars. In fact, without the work of medieval Muslim pharmacists, much of what we take for granted in Western medicine might have been lost forever.
No. Islam is a religion for everyone who has a wish to follow it and become a part of the Ummah. Just because Islam as a religion started with an Arab, doesn’t mean that it will limit itself in who can follow it/who follows it. Like Christians, Muslims can come from a variety of ethnicities, cultures and races. So no, it’s not an Arab religion.