Gardens, Nature and Conservation in IslamLEARN MORE
The notion, repeated in the Quran, of Paradise as a garden (al-janna, "The Garden") is symbolized in the form...
Ibn Khaldun on TaxesLEARN MORE
Ibn-khaldun enters the frame of Islamic scholarship, associating both intellectual might and near perfect...
Figure 1: This folio belongs to a section on archery in the Treatise on Armoury written for Salah al-Din al-Ayyubi (1169-1193), the celebrated founder of the Ayyubid dynasty whose control extended over Egypt and Syria from the second half of the twelfth century, by Murda ibn ‘Ali al-Tarsusi. The work discusses weapons and tactics. MS produced in Syria in the second half of the twelfth century. It is preserved at the Bodleian Library in Oxford, MS Huntington 264. See: Saladin's treatise on Armoury. (Source).
Muslim Rocket TechnologyLEARN MORE
Arabic accounts report that Muslims introduced firearms into Islamic Spain, from where they passed to Italy,...
Figure 1: Professor Dr Mohamed Mansour.
A Review of Early Muslim Control EngineeringLEARN MORE
During the period of Islamic-Arabic extraordinary activity in Science and Technology (9th-13th century),...
Theoretical issues of Islamic ArchitechtureLEARN MORE
Although Muslim architecture has been investigated by both Muslims and non Muslims, it still remains omitted...
Trew, C.J., Plantae selectae quarum imagines ad exemplaria naturalia Londini, in hortis curiosorum nutrit, vol. 8: t. 73 (1771) [G.D. Ehret] (Source: Wikipedia) Figs in Muslim Spain Figs may not have had the economic importance of olives, they afford an excellent example of the intensification of agriculture in Islamic Spain, manifest in the dazzling variety of the fruit available to consumers... Read More >>>