Muslims believe that knowledge is a gift from Allah (God) and a sign of His mercy to mankind. The Prophet Muhammad said: "Seek knowledge, even in China."
During the fourteen centuries since the lifetime of the Prophet, Islam has spread to all parts of the world along with the knowledge of Muslims. Although these seismic expansions have been occurring for hundreds of years, the contribution that learned Muslims have made to the advancement of science has not always been acknowledged.

For example, how many people know that word "algebra" comes from the name of the Arabic term "al-jabr" which means "completion"? And how many know that the word "chemistry" comes from the Arabic term "al-chemia?"


In this section, the tutor will speak about Muslim scientists, their achievements in the past and how their achievements continue to benefit us today.