ZH Ramadan Special: Qurun-e-Aula | Episode 2

August 24, 2009

Second episode of BrassTacks’ new Ramazan series on the Golden age of Islam. The Golden Age was a period of unrivaled intellectual activity in all fields: science, technology, faith, literature – particularly biography, history, and linguistics. During the Golden Age Muslim scholars also made important and original contributions to mathematics, astronomy, medicine, and chemistry.

part 1

part 2

part 3

part 4



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  2. Fantastic show by a fantastic man!

    • Ya

  3. Mash’Allah very informative discussion and no doudbt zahid sahib your are doing Jihad by teaching us our glorious past which our youth or infact the whole umma doesn’t bother to even read and reserach about what basically we are and what we were. unfortunately most of us became so materialistic we only educate ourself by getting knowledge about how would we become a good servants, today peple only get education to earn good money. espacially we being muslims we should learn our basics, history and then try to impliment our own ideas and identities upon our ownselves rather then copying other cultures and treditions. Islam is very very beautiful, tolerant, modern and gleaming religion now we need to prove this world that this is true by setting up a good example for them and that only possible if we follow purely what Islam want a momen is to be….zahid sahib May Allah gives you health and long life and more knowledge to deliver us….May Allah give us tofequ to learn and research and also give us strenth to b a good muslim

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