Islamic Background of Western Renaissance (6) The four factors The four factors, which are generally recognized by European Historians as the basis of Western Renaissance are: 1: The recovery of...
Islamic Background of Western Renaissance (5) Influence on the West The Muslims, who were pioneers in almost all branches of learning led the West in diverse spheres of mediaeval thought. "The...
Islamic Background of Western Renaissance (4) Translations (2) If the name of any European sovereign deserves to be specially associated with the redemption of Christendom from barbarism and...
Islamic Background of Western Renaissance (3) Translations (1) The Christian Scholars who had studied in the institutions of Muslim Spain translated several important works of Arab writers into...
Islamic Background of Western Renaissance (2) Islamic Institutions The Muslim State of Spain had cultivated a great civilization and a high degree of culture. Its well planned cities and well...
Islamic Background of Western Renaissance (1) The nomadic Arabs, who rose from their desert tents, founded in remarkably short space of time, the mightiest empire of the Mediaeval era, which...
The Event Of Hudaybiyyah In the life-history of the Prophet (SA), there are events which bring to light the fact that even while in Medina, the Prophet (SA) did not read or write. Among all such...
Who Was Hazrat Sakinah (A.S)? (2) Winds of Revolution When Muawiah died in the middle of Rajab of year 60(Hijra), and his son Yazied took power, and ordered his walis to ask for the people's pledge...
Who Was Hazrat Sakinah (A.S)? (1)  Sakinah was the youngest daughter of Imam Hussein. She was a vivacious child, full of love and happiness. Everyone loved Sakinah. She was also a very religious girl...
Shiism in the Course of History 2 Abu 'l-Wafa' al-Ghunaymi al-Taftazani, another Sunni scholar, says the following: "Numerous researchers of the past and the present, in both the East and the West,...

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