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The Qur’an and modern science, side by side

Maurice Bucaille

A French Surgeon and Scientist

The Qur’an and modern science, side by side

“It was in a totally objective spirit, and without any preconceived ideas, that I first examined the Qur’anic Revelation. I wanted to study the degree of compatibility between the Qur’anic text and the data of modern science…. It was only when I examined the text very closely in Arabic that I could record a list of them (such compatibilities), at the end of which I came to understand that the Qur’an did not contain a single statement that contradicted any modern scientific point of view.”

The Seal of the Prophets

Tolstoy

Russian Author

The Seal of the Prophets

“I am one of those who are very much impressed by Prophet Muhammad, who was chosen by the One God to have His last message revealed through his soul, heart and mind. He also chose him to be the last prophet; hence, no other prophets will come after him.”

Ethics means feeling good

Ernest Hemingway

American Writer

Ethics means feeling good

“So far, about morals, I know only that what is moral is what you feel good about afterwards, and what is immoral is what you feel bad about afterwards.”

The Way of the World

Bernard Shaw

English Writer

The Way of the World

“I have thoroughly read and re-read the life of the Prophet of Islam and have not found except morals as they should be. How much I wish that Islam becomes the way of the world.”

True Security

Lauren Booth

A British rights activist

True Security

“I felt what Muslims feel when they are in true prayer: a bolt of sweet harmony, a shudder of joy in which I was grateful for everything I have (my children) and secure in the certainty that I need nothing more (along with prayer) to be utterly content.”

The innate sense

Robert Morris Page

Physicist

The innate sense

“The God whose existence we admit does not belong to the physical world, and our limited senses cannot encompass Him; and so it is pointless to try to prove His existence by using natural sciences; because He exists in a realm different from their narrow and restricted one. Belief in the existence of God is a personal and private matter which springs in the human sense and conscience, and grows in the circle of his personal experience.”

There is no difference between an Arab and a non-Arab

Gustave Le Bon

French Historian

There is no difference between an Arab and a non-Arab

“Muslims are not foreigners in the eyes of each other, no matter how different the peoples who belong to it may be. There is no difference in the house of Islam between a Chinese and an Arab Muslim in enjoyment of all the rights, and accordingly there are fundamental differences between Islamic and European rights.”

Why not?

Goethe

German Author

Why not?

“If this is Islam, then are we not all Muslims?!”

The gospel foretells of the coming of Muhammad

The Gospel of Barnabas

Books of Isaiah and Habakkuk

The gospel foretells of the coming of Muhammad

“…for that God shall take me (Jesus) up from the earth, and shall change the appearance of the traitor, so that everyone shall believe him to be me; nevertheless, when he dies an evil death, I shall abide in that dishonor for a long time in the world. However, when Muhammad (pbuh) shall come, the sacred Messenger of God, that infamy shall be taken away.”

The religion of happiness and tranquility

Roger Du Pasquier

A Swiss Journalist and Thinker

The religion of happiness and tranquility

“I used to ask myself: why do Muslims feel overwhelming happiness in their lives despite their poverty and backwardness?! And why do the Swedes feel miserable and distressed despite their ease in living, prosperity and progress?! Even in my country, Switzerland, I used to feel the same as I felt in Sweden, although it is also a prosperous country and the standard of living there is high!! Faced with all that, I found that I needed to study eastern religions, and I began to study Hinduism, but not convinced of it very much, I started to study Islam. What attracted me to Islam was that it does not conflict with other religions, rather it accommodates all of them; because it is the seal of all the religions. My realization of this fact began broadening with the widening of my readings, until it was firmly fixed in my mind.”