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1001 Inventions and Awesome Facts from Muslim Civilization

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We often think that people from a thousand years ago were living in the Dark Ages. But from the 7th century onward in Muslim civilization there were amazing advances and inventions that still influence our everyday lives. People living in the Muslim world saw what the Egyptians, Chinese, Indians, Greek, and Romans had discovered and spent the next one thousand years adding ...more
Hardcover, 96 pages
Published December 11th 2012 by National Geographic Children's Books
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Nisah Haron
Walaupun buku ini khusus untuk anak-anak, namun persembahannya yang penuh warna-warni amat menarik perhatian sesiapa sahaja. Ini buku asas untuk mengenali tokoh-tokoh pencipta Islam dan sumbangan mereka. Antara fakta yang menarik perhatian saya ialah idea penciptaan universiti yang pertama di dunia ialah oleh Fatimah Al-Fihri yang membuka universiti pertama di Fez, Maghribi pada tahun 859 yang kini dikenali sebagai Universiti al-Qarawiyyin.

Melihat buku ini membuat saya terfikir bahawa bangsa ya
Jauh sebelum Wright bersaudara melakukan uji coba terbang, ‘Abbas ibn Firnas, seorang Muslim Spanyol, telah melakukan serangkaian percobaan terbang. Pada tahun 852 misalnya, Ibn Firnas melompat dari Masjid Agung Cordoba menggunakan parasut. Dua puluh tiga tahun kemudian Ibn Firnas kembali melakukan uji coba terbang dengan menggunakan hang glider.

Lain lagi dengan Ziryab, musisi dan penata gaya asal Baghdad. Ia berperan dalam dalam tren mode di dunia Muslim saat pindah ke Cordoba sekitar abad ke-9
Filled with illustrations, photographs, and short facts about Muslim contributions to our world today, including sextants, perfumes made from spices and herbs, and surgical instruments, this excellent nonfiction title is fun to browse while also making readers feel smarter just from learning a fact or two while browsing. I like how it's designed too: Two pages cover similar topics with clever titles and short text snippets; for instance, "25 Brainy Facts about the House of Wisdom" and "75 Rockin ...more
كتاب رائع، رغم اني احب الاختصار لكن تمنيت لو ان الكتاب مفصل اكثر ..
كنت اعلم من قبل ان وقت عصور الظلام في اوروبا كان اكثر وقت تقدم فيه المسلمين ..
ومع ذلك ذُهلت من المعلومات المذكوره في الكتاب ،،
ان الفلكيين المسلمين اعتقدوا بكرويه الارض ودورانها حول محورها وحول الشمس قبل كوبرنيكوس و جاليليو ..
وان فكره التحصين او التطعيم اخترعها طبيب مسلم عندما حقن طفل بمرض الجدري ..
و ان علماء الجعرافيا المسلمين وضعوا خرائط تُظهر امريكا قبل كولومبس ..
وان فكره الانسان الفيتروفي تحدث عنها المسلمين قبل دافينشي .
This book is a good resource for any paper or thing you are working on as its information is very easy to read and extremly organized. They is also a lot of good application of how they inventions were used and so this book is great for learning.
Zabardast. So much contribution from our side :) But now where are we :(
Abraham Ray
good book about muslims!
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