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Science Begins To Thrive In The Islamic World Once Again
"Between the eighth and the 13th centuries, while Europe stumbled through the dark ages, science thrived in Muslim lands." Yet despite a centuries-long stagnation and the violently reactionary views of some radical groups, "a Muslim scientific awakening is under way. And the roots of scientific backwardness lie not with religious leaders, but with secular rulers, who are as stingy with cash as they are lavish with controls over independent thought." The Economist 01/26/13
Posted February 5, 2013 12:53 AM




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