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George Sarton

A Lecturer in the Universities of Washington and Harvard

  • The firm belief

    “There is nothing in the five pillars of Islam that might alienate a non-Muslim, and despite the simplicity of its obligations and their small number, they did not need to be changed or reformed in any way in order to firmly establish the Islamic faith in the soul of every Muslim. The practical value of the Islamic faith is self-evident in its strength, stability and how it spread.”

  • A significant event