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Every Muslim should make the recitation of the Holy Quran in Arabic a Arabic version of the Quran, its simplified translations in English and Urdu (by Mufti Taqi . Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4. Page 5. Page 6. Page 7. Page 8. Page 9. Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Page Holy Quran with Urdu Translation and Tafseer | Free Pdf Books. in PDF format Book Fatawa darul uloom deoband jilad 9 deoband. Naeem Tabassam.
These findings once presented to experts in the field of Anatomy and Embryology surprised them and they believed that the knowledge given to the Prophet Muhammad was indeed divine.
Modern embryology is a fairly recent development which has its beginning with the invention of microscope in the 17th century. However the concept of the human being developing in stages was not recognised until much later.
But the scientists then and most Muslim and non-Muslim scholars do not even know that the holy Quran and Sunnah [words, deeds, approvals of Prophet Muhammad PBUH collected by authentic narrators] had provided a detailed description of the significant events in human development from the stages of gametes and conception until the full term pregnancy and delivery or even post partum.
Actually information in the Quran and Hadith corrected many superstitious and vague ideas about human development that were prevalent before. Introduction Since eternity man has always wanted to understand and probe into secrets of Nature; how and when creation began and his purpose in this world.
This inquisitive man sought the help of civilizations, nature, old manuscripts, sometimes even the prophesies of saints and above all religions Aristotle thought that foetus was formed in uterus from a coagulum of blood and seed from menstrual blood. Greeks and Europeans thought that foetus was created from menstrual blood, or else they thought that foetus was fully created and was in a miniature form in sperm or in ovule.
In Fabricus came out with excellent drawings of chick embryo. Malphigi in who is considered father of modern embryology thought poultry eggs contained a miniature chick and others thought that human being was fully formed in sperm or an ovum.
He came out with chick drawings showing clear somites. In Leeuwenhoek invented the first microscope. In this controversy ended when Spallanzani showed the necessity of both ovum and sperm for the development of a new individual. It was in 19th century that the development cycle of mammalian ovum was discovered.
Ross Harrison introduced the technique of in vitro cell culture.
Frank Lillie investigated the mechanism by which the egg was fertilized by the spermatozoon and finally Hans Spermann gave us the mechanism of tissue interaction. The third or the most modern phase started from to the present day.
We had electron microscope, sophisticated imaging tools, ultracentrifuge, spectrophotometer and the list is very long. Thus, we could study role of nucleus, cytoplasm, cell hybridization, nuclear transplants, and gene cloning and other techniques.
We have frozen embryos, a prospect of having minimum of five parents for a child conceived with ART technique.
We can see in future a woman giving birth to, in essence, to herself, or to her sister, or even her mother! Thanks to cloning!! Yes, we have come a long way but with the help of modern sophisticated techniques.
But my aim is to take the present day person to the Arabia of 7th century when prophethood was bestowed to the most loved person in Islam the Prophet Muhammad PBUH.
Imagine Arabia in 7th century.
Arabs living in deserts were wanderers and camel herders. They had no interest in inventions and discoveries except making gauntlets and sharpening swords to wage wars and only few affluent families were traders and in that surroundings we do not expect someone to have a high tech lab; Or for that matter study abortion specimens to inform mankind about the various stages of inra-uterine life.
May Allah reward everyone involved. Jezakallhu Kair," Br. Ali Ciski "AlTafsir. I'd like to express my gratitude to your organization for making such a valuable scholarly resource accessible.
I'll make sure to include a link to your website in the new upcoming revision of Columbia University library's Middle East website. I will ask my students to visit your web site because there are lots of benefit they can get from there.
May Allah bless everyone who were involved in this noble project. Also it our religious obligation to spread the message of islam to humanity at large.
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