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Largest ever Ibn Al-Haytham festival launches in Jeddah
Jeddah, 1 June 2017: HRH Prince Abdulla bin Bandar bin AbdulAziz, Deputy Governor of Makkah region launched the “1001 Inventions and the World of Ibn Al-Haytham” exhibition as an...
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Ibn Al-Haytham book in Arabic now available in the UAE
1001 Inventions and the KFAS begin UAE distribution of popular children’s book with National Geographic. Abu Dhabi, 26 April 2016: 1001 Inventions in partnership with the Kuwait Foundation...
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Record Visitor Numbers Attend 1001 Inventions Exhibition in Jordan
AMMAN — As part of Jordan’s Year of Science 2017 (JYS), more than 24,000 pupils from public and private schools across the Kingdom visited the Ibn Al Haytham Exhibition, held at Ras Al Ain’s Jordan...
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Ibn Al-Haytham celebrated across Egypt in National Science Week
Thousands participate in 1001 Inventions films and activities
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Royal Launch for Ibn Al-Haytham in Jordan
“1001 Inventions and the World of Ibn Al-Haytham” opens in Amman
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"1001 Inventions and the Book of Animals" launch at Al Ain Zoo
9th century Al-Jahiz and his wondrous Book of Animals is showcased in a fun and interactive exhibition
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MHAG Meeting at the Royal Society, London
Meeting of the Muslim Heritage Awareness Group (MHAG) in London 
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Muslims and The Frontiers of Knowledge in the 21st Century
Muslims and The Frontiers of Knowledge in the 21st Century
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Celebrating an Ottoman Intellectual: 2009 Year of Kâtip Çelebi
Kâtip Çelebi was arguably the most important Ottoman intellectual figure of the 17th century. Being the...
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1001 Inventions Distinguished in London by the AMSS (UK)
In a meeting organised in London on June 5, 2009, The Association of Muslim Social Scientists in the United...
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FSTC at the House of Lords in London
FSTC was invited to speak at the UK House of Lords for the Every Muslim Child Matters project
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The Muslim Heritage Awareness Group Meeting (24 March 2009, Royal Society, London)
The Muslim Heritage Awareness Group (MHAG), a think tank and consulting body of the Foundation for Science,...
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