Author: ahmed

  • Electricity: The Body’s Essential Energy

    Electricity: The Body’s Essential Energy

    Indeed, evolutionists, with their claims regarding chance, are unable to conceal their amazement in the face of the immaculate order they encounter. They have no reply to give when asked how these organs and systems emerged and appeared within the body, in just the right locations and just the right form and functions. Yet the…

  • Al-Wadoud: The All-Loving God

    Al-Wadoud: The All-Loving God

    Allah’s divine love for man is manifested by His divine protection, help, victory, success, sending down mercy upon his heart, sending down peace and tranquility upon him, providing him with all the things he needs. This is Allah’s divine love for man. But man’s love for Allah is substantiated by inclination and attachment, because if…

  • God Exists. Full Stop!

    God Exists. Full Stop!

    This video answers the question, do we really need anything to prove the existence of God? The answer is that we do not as this is clearly evident from many various perspectives. Join us to see and learn more about this vital question and its answer.

  • How Do Macaws Know Chemistry?

    How Do Macaws Know Chemistry?

    Having eaten these nutritious but poisonous seeds, macaws fly towards a rocky place. There they gnaw on and swallow some clay-containing rocks. This is not random behavior. Indeed, rocks that contain clay absorb the poison of the seeds. This is how the macaw can digest the seeds without being harmed by them.

  • Albatross: Owner of the Longest Wings

    Albatross: Owner of the Longest Wings

    In order to fly, it is enough for an albatross to open its wings wide against the wind. In this way, it can fly for hours without flapping its wings at all. The bird does this by extending its wings as wide as possible, and the span of its wings reaches up to 3.5 meters…

  • Kangaroos and Their Pockets

    Kangaroos and Their Pockets

    There are four different nipples in the pouch of the mother. The new-born sucks the nipple that issues a milk with just the right temperature and amount of fat for a new-born. The other three nipples, on the other hand, contain milk meeting the needs of an older baby. In a few weeks, the new-born…

  • Climate Change: A Religious Perspective

    Climate Change: A Religious Perspective

    Science, religion and preservation are not necessarily mutually exclusive in their approach to this important subject. In Islam, seeking and accepting knowledge, respect to the environment, preservationism, and respect of other forms of life are part of the faith. There are no contradictions within Islam for Muslims to accept the scientific research of Anthropogenic Global…

  • Writing System for the Blind: Al-Amidi vs. Braille

    Writing System for the Blind: Al-Amidi vs. Braille

    It is interesting to note that 600 years before Braille, a Syrian Muslim, known as Ali Ibn Ahmed Ibn Yusuf Ibn Al-Khizr Al-Amidi (d. 1314 CE) was considered an expert in reading such a system. Like Braille, he too was blind from childhood.

  • Technology Transfer from Islamic World to the West

    Technology Transfer from Islamic World to the West

    The adoption by Europe of Islamic techniques is reflected by the many words of Arabic derivation that have passed into the vocabularies of European languages. In English these words have often, but not always, entered the language from Italian or Spanish. To cite but a few examples: in textiles-muslin, sarsanet, damask, taffeta, tabby; in naval…

  • Darwinism Refuted (Special Folder)

    Darwinism Refuted (Special Folder)

    Despite the fame he got and the many scientists who follow him and his theory of evolution, so many others reject this theory as they believe that the world in general, and man in particular, were created by a Supreme Being, whom many call “Allah the Creator”, while many others as well call Him “God”.…

  • Muslim Inventions that Shaped the Modern World

    Muslim Inventions that Shaped the Modern World

    “1001 Inventions” is now an exhibition at London’s Science Museum. Hassani hopes the exhibition will highlight the contributions of non-Western cultures — like the Muslim empire that once covered Spain and Portugal, Southern Italy and stretched as far as parts of China — to present day civilization.