Minggu, 31 Januari 2010

Islam Faith

X8YPH6AGPN5G The following pages embody a study of Islam during a residence of fifteen years in India, the greater part of which time I have been in daily intercourse with Musalmans. I have given in the footnotes the authorities from which I quote. I was not able to procure in Madras a copy of the Arabic edition of Ibn Khaldoun's great work, but the French translation by Baron M. de Slane, to which I so frequently refer, is thoroughly reliable. The quotations from the Quran are made from Rodwell's translation. The original has been consulted when necessary. A few slight and occasional errors in transliteration have occurred, such as Sulat for Salat, Munkar for Munkir, &c., but in no case is the meaning affected. In some words, such as Khalif, Khalifate, and Omar, I have retained the anglicised form instead of using the more correct terms, Khalifa, Khilafat, 'Umr. The letter Q has been used to distinguish the Kaf-i-Karashat from the Kaf-i-Tazi.

Jumat, 22 Januari 2010

Sains Kid: Changing State Game

Play this game about "changing state". You must instaled flash player to play this game.


if the game don't dsplay. go to http://www.bbc.co.uk/schools/ks2bitesize/science/materials/. there are many game kid about science

Senin, 04 Januari 2010

Islamic Sciences Curricula

Introduction. Although ancient Greece, Indian and Sassanian books and texts were used at the beginning in classical Islamic sciences; but even from the translation period, critical method was applied on these texts by Islamic education milieu. When they were teaching sciences, scholars corrected these texts and developed the programs. Interdisciplinary but detailed science education is mentioned in the first part of the paper. Critical Thought in Science Education was studied in the second part. Courses in Medical Education and Curricula and Sub-Disciplines of Sciences in Ottoman Madrasas are the other parts.

Curricula in Islamic Sciences

Biography of Muslim Scholars and Scientists

It is with a feeling of gratitude to Almighty Allah that we welcome the publi-cation of this modest work of compilation on the biography of Muslim scholarsand scientists. This book is an attempt to instill the feeling of 'izzah' (greatness)of the achievement of our past scholars and scientist, neither to be left alone asmere past history nor to be boasted off, but more importantly, to act as a cata-lyst to motivate us and the future generation to lead the revival of scholasticattitude and scientific advancement in this modern age.

16180095 Muslim Scholars and Scientists