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1001 Inventions is organising “Ibn Al-Haytham: Mysteries of How We See” family event at the iconic Manchester Central Library as part of the Manchester Science Festival. The event to be held on October 23, 24, 26 and 27 will take children on a wondrous journey to fascinating ancient times...
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Omar Sharif’s Final Film Now Available On iTunes London, 10 July 2017: 1001 Inventions announced today the online release of the “1001 Inventions and the World of Ibn Al-Haytham” short film. The film starring Omar Sharif is a tribute to the memory of the legendary actor who died this...
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Junior Library Guild (JLG) Honours National Geographic Readers Book on Ibn al-Haytham 1001 Inventions is delighted that it’s new children book “Ibn al-Haytham: The Man Who Discovered How we See”, published in partnership with National Geographic Kids, has been presented the prestigious...
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“Ibn al-Haytham: The Man Who Discovered How We See” introduces young readers to 11th century Arabia’s most enlightened scientist Washington DC, 19th January 2016: National Geographic Kids and 1001 Inventions announced today a new partnership to publish the book “Ibn al-Haytham: The...
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Uncovering The Enduring Legacy of Muslim Civilization  25th January 2012, Washington, DC – The latest edition of the best-selling 1001 Inventions book has been published by National Geographic, and will introduce the enduring legacy of Muslim civilization to new audiences in North America...
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The Editorial Board It is known that poetry was a fundamental tool of creation in the classical Arab culture before and after Islam. In poetry, Arabs expressed all aspects of their lives and mirrored their emotions, ideas and ethics. After the advent of Islam, poetry reflected the new faith and...
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Figure 1: Professor Salim Al-Hassani, Chairman of FSTC and 1001 Inventions, welcomes the delegates in the opening session of the conference. On 25th and 26th May 2010 the Foundation for Science, Technology and Civilisation (FSTC) was proud to host a high...
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