Babylonians might have invented mathematics; however, Abu Jaafar Mohammad Ibn Mousa Al Khwarizmi was the brilliant mathematician who perfected it (Kéchichian, 2013). He was undoubtedly one of the greatest mathematicians in the world noting one of his greatest works to be the “Hisab Al Jabr wal-Muqabalah” (The Book of Integration and Equation), which introduced the use of Indo-Arabic numerals that, over time, came to be known as algorithms (Kechichian, 2013). He was noted for many achievements including the invention of "aljabr" (Algebra) and introduced many different mathematical deductions and mechanisms that improved our knowledge and understanding in the present and later in the future. Very little is known about Al Khawarizmi's life;
Abu Hamid Ibn Muhammad Ibn Muhammad al-Tusi al-Shafi 'i Al-Ghazali was born in 1058 A.D. in Khorasan, Iran. His father died while he was still very young but he had the opportunity of getting education at Nishapur and Baghdad. Soon he acquired a high standard of scholarship in religion and philosophy and was honored by his appointment as a Professor at the Nizamiyah University of Baghdad, which was recognized as one of the most reputed institutions of learning in the golden era of Muslim history. After a few years, however, he gave up his academic pursuits and worldly interests and became a wandering ascetic. This was a process of mystical transformation.
This man never backed down from anything that was seen as “Impossible” for a black man, such as becoming a Mayor in the heat of racism. Second being scholarship, he never allowed himself to shy away from being educated at all times. This was a man who graduated from Lincoln University with honors and became an educator to engrave his love for learning into other African-Americans like himself. Third being Perseverance, despite all the racism at the time he never backed down from his dream. Fourth being Uplift, he took his time to help African Americans students reach their maximum potential in his free time with
He is one of the most learned jurists in the history of Islam. No jurist or political philosopher except Ibn-e-Khuldoon has matched or improved upon his work, and it is believed that none ever will. He died in 1058 AD. Some of his greatest works in the field of political theory are: 1) Al-Ahkam at-Sultaniyah 2) Nasihat-ul-Muluk
He memorized the Quran by heart, learned grammar, Jurisprudence, Hadith, rhetoric, philology, and poetry. (Mohammad, 1979) Ibne Khaldun Books • Kitab Al-Ibar It is a book related to history. • The Muqaddimah • Al-Taarif bi Ibne Khaldun Ibne Khaldun on Economics Ibne Khaldun
Before Islam, poets composed erotic content and either praised the leader of their tribe or ridiculed their enemies. Ka 'b Ibn Zuhayr was a Mukhadramun poet, because he was one of the few who witnessed both periods. During the pre-Islamic period, Ka’b’s father was one of the Mu 'allaqat poets and after his death; his fame was inherited by Ka 'b. As Islam emerged, Ka 'b refused to give up his belief of polytheism and therefore used his fame to write satire poems against the Prophet and against Islam, as a result of that, the prophet asked his people to kill Ka’b. As any other typical qasidah, this one also has three parts to it; starting with the nasib/love prelude.
Epistemology of a Remarkable Iranian Poet: Maulana Rumi Abstract: In the last decades of the Twentieth Century the spiritual influence of Rumi is being strongly felt by people of diverse beliefs throughout the Western world. He is being recognized here in the West, as he has been for seven centuries in the Middle East and Western Asia, as one of the greatest literary and spiritual figures of all time. He is one of those Epistemologist, poets and thinkers who have taught the message of peace and love Rumi’s inclusive approach, his epistemological wisdom and ethical ideals can help build a more inclusive society. The present study is an attempt to explore the importance of an outstanding figure among Sufi masters and his thought can provide a