Wednesday, December 17, 2008


Only 60 years ago, researchers confirmed that man does not come into existence all at once, but rather he passes through stages of development one after another. However, the Holy Quran already has this information.

Shaykh al-Zandaani said, we met an American professor, one of the greatest American scientists, whose name was Professor Marshall Johnson, and we told him that it says in the Quran that man is created in stages.

When he heard this, he was sitting down, but he stood up and said, “Stages?” We said, “That was in the seventh century CE! This Book came and said, man was created in stages.” He said, “That is impossible, impossible.”

We told him, “Why do you say that?” This Book says (interpretation of the meaning):

"He creates you in the wombs of your mothers, creation after creation in three veils of darkness" (The Quran, 39:6)

"What is the matter with you, that [you fear not Allah (His punishment), and] you hope not for reward (from Allah or you believe not in His Oneness).While He has created you in (different) stages" (The Quran, 71:14)

Then he sat back down on his chair and after a few moments he said, “There are only three possibilities.

The first is that Muhammad had a huge microscope through which he managed to study these things and he knew things that the people did not know, and he said these things.

The second is that this happened by accident, it was a coincidence. The third is that he was a Messenger from God.”

We said, “With regard to the first idea, that he had a microscope and other equipment, you know that a microscope needs lenses, and lenses need glass and technical expertise and other equipment.

Some of this information can only be discovered with an electron microscope which needs electricity, and electricity needs knowledge which should have been acquired by an earlier generation.

It is not possible for this knowledge to have been acquired all at once in a single generation; the previous generation would have had to strive hard in developing science and transmitting it to the next generation, and so on.

But for this to be the work of one man, with no one coming before him or after him, either in his own land or the neighbouring lands for the Romans, Persians and Arabs were ignorant and had no such equipment, for one man to have all these instruments and tools which he did not pass on to anyone else this is not possible.”

He said, “That’s right, it would be very difficult.”

We said, “And for it to have been an accident or coincidence, what would you think if we said that the Quran did not mention this fact only in one verse but in several verses, and that it did not refer to it in general terms but that it gave details of every stage, saying that in the first stage such and such happens, in the second stage such and such happens, in the third stage and so on.

Could that be a coincidence?” When we explained to him all the details of those stages, he said, “It is wrong to say that this is an accident! This is well-founded knowledge.”

We said, “Then how do you explain it?” He said, “There is no explanation except that this is revelation from above!”

Obtained from the website by Sheikh Muhammed Salih Al-Munajjid

Statistical Miracle in Quran

Dr.Tarig Al Swaidan discovered some verses in the Holy Qur'an that mention one thing is equal to another, i.e. men are equal to women.

Although this makes sense grammatically, the astonishing fact is that the number of times the word man appears in the Qur'an is 24 and number of times the word woman appears is also 24, therefore not only is this phrase correct in the grammatical sense but also true mathematically, i.e. 24 = 24.

Upon further analysis of various verses, he discovered that this is consistent throughout the whole Qur'an, where it says one thing is like another. See below for astonishing result of the words mentioned number of times in Arabic Qur'an: Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran

Al-Dunya (This world) 115
Al-Akhira (The hereafter) 115

Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Al-Mala'ikah (Angles) 88
Al-Shayateen (Satan) 88

Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Al-Hayat (Life) 145
Al-Maout (Death) 145

Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Al-Rajul (Man) 24
Al-Mar'ha (Women) 24

Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Benefi't 50 . Corrupt 50
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
People 50 .. Messengers 50
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Eblees (king of devils) 11 . Seek refuge from Eblees 11
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Museebah (calamity) 75 . Thanks 75
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Spending (Sadaqah) 73 . Satisfaction 73
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
People who are mislead 17 . Dead people 17
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Muslimeen 41 . Jihad 41
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Magic 60 . Fitnah (dissuasion, misleading) 60
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Zakat (Taxes Muslims pay to the poor) 32 . Barakah (Increasing or blessings of wealth) 32
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Mind 49 . Noor 49
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Tongue 25 . Sermon 25
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Speaking publicly 18 . Publicising 18
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Hardship 114 .... Patience 114
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Muhammed 4 . Sharee'ah (Muhammed's teachings) 4
Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Al-Shahr Month 12

Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Al-Yahom Day 365

Word/ Meaning Mentioned in the Quran
Al-bahar Sea 32
Al-bar Land 13

If we add up the total words of both "sea" and "land" we get 45. Now if we do a simple calculation:
32/45 X 100% = 71.11111111%
13/45 X 100% = 28.88888888%

Above is what we know today, the percentages of Water (Sea) and Land in the world. Yet another miracle in the Quran.

The Miracles of the Quran will never end. There will never be a time where mankind can fully take in the knowledge that is in this holy book. It is a miracle to all mankind, the word of God. There is no value that one can set to the words of the Creator. It is a treasure of which guides those that want to succeed in this life and the hereafter.

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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Ibnu Yunus- the scientist whose create the watch

Ibn Yunus

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Ibn Yunus (Arabic: ابن يونس) (full name, Abu al-Hasan 'Ali abi Sa'id 'Abd al-Rahman ibn Ahmad ibn Yunus al-Sadafi al-Misri) (c. 950-1009) was an important Egyptian Muslim astronomer and mathematician,[1][2][3][4] whose works are noted for being ahead of their time, having been based on almost modern-like meticulous calculations and attention to detail.

The Ibn Yunus crater, on the Moon, is named after him.



In astrology, noted for making predictions and having written the Kitab bulugh al-umniyya ("On the Attainment of Desire"), a work concerning the heliacal risings of Sirius, and on predictions concerning what day of the week the Coptic year will start on.


Ibn Yunus' most famous work in Islamic astronomy, al-Zij al-Kabir al-Hakimi (c. 1000 AD), was a handbook of astronomical tables which contained very accurate observations, many of which may have been obtained with very large astronomical instruments. According to N. M. Swerdlow, the Zij al-Kabir al-Hakimi is "a work of outstanding originality of which just over half survives".[7]

Ibn Yunus described 40 planetary conjunctions and 30 lunar eclipses. For example, he accurately describes the planetary conjunction that occurred in the year 1000 AD as follows:[8]

"A conjunction of Venus and Mercury in Gemini, observed in the western sky: The two planets were in conjunction after sunset on the night [of Sunday 19 May 1000]. The time was approximately eight equinoctial hours after midday on Sunday ... . Mercury was north of Venus and their latitude difference was a third of a degree."

Modern knowledge of the positions of the planets confirms that his description and his calculation of the distance being one third of a degree is exactly correct. In the 19th century, Simon Newcomb found Ibn Yunus' observations on conjunctions and eclipses reliable enough to use them in his lunar theory to determine the secular acceleration of the moon.[8][9] Ibn Yunus' other observations also inspired Laplace's Obliquity of the Ecliptic and Inequalities of Jupiter and Saturn's. Ibn Yunus also observed more than 10,000 entries for the sun's position for many years using a large monumental astrolabe with a diameter of nearly 1.4 metres.[9]


Ibn Yunus is also thought to have been an Arabic poet, and to have used very large instruments in making his observations, though neither assertion is certain.

[Other works

He is said to have predicted his own death, seven days prior to the event, and without any outward sign of ill health.

Ibn Yunus is believed to have described an early type of pendulum in the 10th century.He used it for making measurements of time, like a pendulum clock.[10][11]

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Ibnu Nafis -the first physician to describe the pulmonary circulation and the capillary and coronary circulationse

Ala al-Din Abu al-Hassan Ali ibn Abi-Hazm al-Qurashi al-Dimashqi (Arabic: علاء الدين أبو الحسن عليّ بن أبي حزم القرشي الدمشقي‎) (1213 CE – 1288 CE / 687 AH), commonly known as Ibn al-Nafis (Arabic: ابن النفيس‎), was an Arab Muslim polymath—a physician, anatomist, physiologist, surgeon, ophthalmologist, Hafiz, Hadith scholar, Shafi`i jurist and lawyer, Sunni theologian, Islamic philosopher, logician, novelist, psychologist, sociologist, scientist, science fiction writer, astronomer, cosmologist, futurist, geologist, grammarian, linguist and historian—who was born in Damascus, Syria, and worked in Cairo, Egypt.

Ibn al-Nafis is most famous for being the first physician to describe the pulmonary circulation, and the capillary[ and coronary circulations,[3][4] which form the basis of the circulatory system, for which he is considered the father of circulatory physiology[5] and "the greatest physiologist of the Middle Ages."[6]

He was also an early proponent of experimental medicine, postmortem autopsy, and human dissection,[7][8] first described the concept of metabolism,[9] and developed his own new Nafisian[10] systems of anatomy, physiology, psychology and pulsology to replace the Avicennian and Galenic doctrines, while discrediting many of their erroneous theories on the four humours, pulsation,[11] bones, muscles, intestines, sensory organs, bilious canals, esophagus, stomach, and the anatomy of almost every other part of the human body.[12] Ibn al-Nafis also drew diagrams to illustrate different body parts in his new physiological system.[13]

Name: Ala al-Din Abu al-Hassan Ali ibn Abi-Hazm al-Qurashi al-Dimashqi
Title: Ibn al-Nafis
Birth: 1213 CE
Death: 17 December 1288 CE
11 Dhu al-Qi'dah 687 AH
Ethnicity: Arab
Region: Syria and Egypt
Maddhab: Shafi`i
School tradition: Sunni Islam, Nafisian physiology
Main interests: Medicine, Anatomy, Pathology, Physiology, Surgery, Ophthalmology, Islamic Studies, Fiqh, Sharia, Qur'an, Science of Hadith, Kalam, Philosophy, Astronomy, Cosmology, Eschatology, Futurology, Geography, Geology, Grammar, Linguistics, History, Literature, Logic, Psychology, Science, Science Fiction, Sociology
Notable ideas: Father of circulatory physiology. Founder of Nafisian systems of anatomy, physiology, psychology and pulsology which replaced Avicennian and Galenic doctrines. Discovered circulatory system, pulmonary circulation, coronary circulation, capillary circulation, metabolism, etc. Discredited Avicennian and Galenic theories on humorism, pulse, bones, muscles, intestines, sensory organs, bilious canals, esophagus, stomach, etc. Wrote the first science fiction novel, which was also the first theological novel and one of the first philosophical novels. Introduced a more logical classification for the science of hadith.
Works: Commentary on Anatomy in Avicenna's Canon, The Comprehensive Book on Medicine, Theologus Autodidactus, A Short Account of the Methodology of Hadith, Commentary on Compound Drugs, The Polished Book on Experimental Ophthalmology, The Choice of Foodstuffs, Synopsis of Medicine, An Essay on Organs, Reference Book for Physicians, The Summary of Law, Road to Eloquence, The Segments, The Little Papers
Influences: Hippocrates, Aristotle, Galen, Muhammad, al-Shafi`i, Hunayn ibn Ishaq, al-Kindi, al-Razi, Abulcasis, Avicenna, al-Ghazali, Ibn Zuhr, Ibn Tufail
Influenced: Abu Hayyan Al Gharnati, Tāj al-Dīn al-Subkī, Ibn Qadi Shuhba, Umarī, al-Safadī, al-Dhahabi, Ibn Kathir, Ibn Khaldun, Andrea Alpago, Michael Servetus, Realdo Colombo, William Harvey

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Monday, December 15, 2008

Ibnu Sina Bapa Perubatan Moden

Abu Ali Al-Hussain Ibn Abdallah Ibn Sina atau dikenali sebagai Avicenna di dunia barat merupakan salah seorang pakar sains dari Iran yang hidup antara tahun 980 - 1037 M.

Sejarah dan latar belakang

Ibnu Sina dilahirkan pada tahun 370 Hijrah bersamaan dengan 980 M. Pengajian peringkat awalnya bermula di Bukhara dalam bidang bahasa dan sastera. Selain itu, beliau turut mempelajari ilmu-ilmu lain seperti geometri, logik, matematik, sains, fiqh, dan perubatan.

Walaupun Ibnu Sina menguasai pelbagai ilmu pengetahuan termasuk falsafah tetapi beliau lebih menonjol dalam bidang perubatan sama ada sebagai seorang doktor ataupun mahaguru ilmu tersebut.

Ibnu Sina mula menjadi terkenal selepas berjaya menyembuhkan penyakit Putera Nub Ibn Nas al-Samani yang gagal diubati oleh doktor yang lain. Kehebatan dan kepakaran dalam bidang perubatan tiada tolok bandingnya sehingga beliau diberikan gelaran al-Syeikh al-Rais (Mahaguru Pertama).

Nama: Abu Ali Al-Hussain Ibn Abdallah Ibni Sina
Gelaran: Bapa Sejarah Sains
Lahir: sekitar 980 M atau 370 H
Wafat: 1037 M atau 428 H
Mazhab: Ismaili
Etnik: Tajik
Rantau: Parsi
Bidang: Perubatan, Astronomi, Etika, Logik, Matematik, Metafizik, Falsafah, Fizik, Sains,teologi
Karya: Alqanun fi altibb, Kitab al-Shifa, Al Najat
Pengaruh: Omar Khayyám, Ibnu Rushd, Thomas Aquinas, Albertus Magnus
Diilhami: Aristotle, Al-Farabi

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Kenali Ibnu Haitham

Ibnu Haitham atau nama sebenarnya Abu All Muhammad al-Hassan ibnu al-Haitham, atau dalam kalangan cerdik pandai di Barat, beliau dikenal dengan nama Alhazen, adalah seorang ilmuwan Islam yang ahli dalam bidang sains, falak, mate­matika, geometri, pengobatan, dan filsafat.

Beliau banyak pula melakukan penyelidikan mengenai cahaya, dan telah memberikan ilham kepada ahli sains barat seperti Boger, Bacon, dan Kepler dalam menciptakan mikroskop serta teleskop

Perjalanan hidup

Dalam kalangan cerdik pandai di Barat, beliau dikenali dengan nama Alhazen. Ibnu Haitham dilahirkan di Basrah pada tahun 354H bersamaan dengan 965 Masehi. Beliau memulai pendidikan awalnya di Basrah sebelum dilantik menjadi pegawai pemerintah di bandar kelahirannya. Setelah beberapa lama berkhidmat dengan pihak pemerintah di sana, beliau mengambil keputusan merantau ke Ahwaz dan Baghdad. Di perantauan beliau telah melanjutkan pengajian dan menumpukan perhatian pada penulisan.

Kecintaannya kepada ilmu telah membawanya berhijrah ke Mesir. Selama di sana beliau telah mengambil kesempatan melakukan beberapa kerja penyelidikan mengenai aliran dan saliran Sungai Nil serta menyalin buku-buku mengenai matematik dan falak. Tujuannya adalah untuk mendapatkan wang cadangan dalam menempuh perjalanan menuju Universiti Al-Azhar.

Hasil daripada usaha itu, beliau telah menjadi seo­rang yang amat mahir dalam bidang sains, falak, mate­matik, geometri, perubatan, dan falsafah. Tulisannya mengenai mata, telah menjadi salah satu rujukan yang penting dalam bidang pengajian sains di Barat. Malahan kajiannya mengenai pengobatan mata telah menjadi asas kepada pengajian pengobatan modern mengenai mata.

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Siapa Di sebalik nama Dr. Daniel Zainal Abidin?

Dr. Danial bin Zainal Abidin berasal daripada Kampung Manggis, Sungai Ara, Pulau Pinang. Beliau merupakan anak kedua kepada Hj. Zainal Abidin bin Hasan dan Hjh. Che Su bte Hj. Jamaluddin dan dilahirkan pada bulan 21 Julai, 1955.

Beliau telah mendapat pendidikan awal di Sekolah Rendah dan Sekolah Menengah Jelutong, Pulau Pinang. Selepas mendapat gred satu dalam peperiksaan MCE beliau memasuki tingkatan enam di Sekolah Menengah Penang Free sebelum ke Universiti Iskandariah, Mesir, untuk melanjutkan pelajaran dalam bidang perubatan.

Di Mesir beliau menjadi Presiden Kelab Pelajar-Pelajar Malaysia di Iskandariah pada tahun 1975. Kesempatan belajar di Mesir telah digunakannya untuk mendalami bahasa Arab dan menimba ilmu agama dari ulama yang berkaliber, antaranya, seorang ulama hadis yang terkenal, as-Syeikh Muhammad Najib Al-Muthi’i. Pada tahun 1981 beliau memperoleh ijazah M.B.Ch.B. dalam bidang perubatan.

Jawatan beliau sekarang ialah sebagai Pengarah Urusan kepada syarikat Danial Zainal Consultancy (M) Sdn. Bhd. Beliau juga ialah pengurus dan pengamal perubatan di Klinik Syifa, Gelugor, Pulau Pinang. Di samping itu, beliau menjadi pakar motivasi undangan di Mutiara FM, Pulau Pinang, mengendalikan slot Motivasi Mutiara dan Islam Moden. Beliau juga menyampaikan motivasi secara berkala di Perlis FM dan Perak FM.

Pengalaman beliau amat luas kerana sering kali dijemput menjadi penceramah serta pemudah cara bagi program-program di Telekom Malaysia, IKIM, Kuantan Port, Majlis Perbandaran Pulau Pinang, Persatuan Pekerja-Pekerja Islam TNB, KLIA dan lain-lain lagi. Pada tahun 2003 beliau menjadi penceramah khas bagi Petronas Carigali membincangkan tajuk Quality Principles di Terengganu, Sabah, Sarawak, KL dan Vietnam. Pada tahun 2004 pula beliau dijemput memberi ceramah khas kepada Kerabat di Raja Negeri Perak, EXCO Kerajaan Negeri Perak dan dif-dif jemputan bertajuk ‘Quran dan Sains’.

Di samping itu beliau juga di undang menyampaikan ceramah di luar negara, antaranya, di St. Louis, Amerika, Perth, Australia, dan Singapura.

Beliau juga aktif dalam aktiviti kemasyarakatan dan bergiat cergas dalam pertubuhan dakwah dan kebajikan. Beliau menjadi penasihat bagi Pertubuhan Penyebaran Islam Antarabangsa (IPSI) bermula tahun 2005. Beliau pernah menjadi Yang Di Pertua Jemaah Islah Malaysia (JIM) Pulau Pinang, dari tahun 1992-2001. Dari tahun 1996-2000 pula beliau menyandang tugas sebagai Pengerusi Kariah di Sungai Ara, Pulau Pinang.

Dalam bidang penulisan, beliau merupakan kolumnis tetap ruangan Islam dan Sains bagi Majalah-i, Karangkraf, dan Kosmik, Dewan Bahasa dan Pustaka. Buku-buku yang telah beliau hasilkan setakat ini berjumlah sepuluh buah iaitu, Konsep Perubatan Islam, Islam The Misunderstood Religion, Bahan Berdakwah Untuk Remaja Moden, Kit Kombat Islam, Perubatan Islam dan Bukti Sains Moden, Bukti Sains dan Sejarah Kerasulan Nabi Muhammad S.A.W., Empayar Minda Muslim, 7 Formula Individu Cemerlang, Tip-tip Cemerlang Daripada Quran dan Quran Saintifik. Lima daripada buku-buku ini telah mencapai status terlaris atau bestseller di Malaysia. Buku Perubatan Islam dan Bukti Sains Moden pula menjadi Finalis dalam Anugerah Media Islam (AMIN) bagi tahun 2006. Setakat ini empat buah buku beliau telah dilesenkan untuk pasaran di Indonesia, iaitu, Empayar Minda Muslim, Perubatan Islam dan Bukti Sains Moden, 7 Formula Individu Cemerlang dan Tip-Tip Cemerlang Daripada Quran.

Di sudut kekeluargaan, beliau mempunyai dua orang isteri. Isteri pertama beliau ialah seorang doktor perubatan dan isteri kedua beliau ialah seorang pengurus syarikat. Beliau dikurniakan dengan lapan orang cahaya mata. Anak pertama beliau memperoleh ijazah dalam bidang Bio-Teknologi, anak kedua dalam bidang Kimia Analisis, anak ketiga dalam bidang Teknologi Persekitaran dan anak keempat sedang menuntut di Fakulti Perubatan Universiti Sains Islam Malaysia. Anak-anak yang lain masih bersekolah.

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