The Islamic ideology provided the world with a powerful source of inspiration and intellect. The rich contributions which Islam has made in the various branches of science served as the bases for the development of modern science.
Although many earlier Western writers tended to ignore this fact, recent investigators have stressed and recognized the importance of the Muslim contributions in all areas of human endeavor, especially in developing areas of scientific outlook.
Muhammed Ibn Muhammed Ibn Ahmed, Abu Hamid Al-Tusi Al-Ghazzali (or Al Ghozzalli) Al-Shafi was born in 1058 at Tus in Khursan near the modern Meshed in Iran. He is also known as ‘Hajjat Al-Islam’ (The Proof of Islam), ‘Ornament of the Faith’, and ‘Gatherer of Multivarious Sciences’. Read more