Is the new Islamic science science science based on the Bible?
If so, what does that mean?
That’s what a lot of people are asking as they are beginning to learn more about the Islamic faith and its new scientific discoveries.
We recently spoke to Dr. Mohamed Al-Mansour, who has been working to understand the science behind Islam’s scientific discoveries for more than 15 years.
In his own words, “There is no religious science in Islam.
The Quran is the ultimate authority.”
Al-Manksour is a professor at the Department of International Religious Studies at the University of Toronto.
In fact, he was the first Muslim to be awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics.
He has been studying Islam for more then 40 years.
He was born in Cairo, Egypt, to Egyptian parents.
His parents immigrated to Canada in the late 1960s.
Al-Masry Al-Youm, the owner of the Muslim Brotherhood newspaper Al-Ahram, said, “We can’t say he has scientific knowledge, but he has studied Islam.”
What does that say about Islam?
Al-Omar said that he believes that Islam is the “most comprehensive and accurate scientific theory.”
He says the Qur’an is a source of all scientific knowledge.
He said, Islam is based on science, but it is also based on religious faith.
“Science and religion are two sides of the same coin,” he said.
“Both are based on faith.”
He said Islam’s religion and science are based in a shared scientific foundation.
Dr. Almansour says Islam has a strong scientific basis.
He told us, “I believe that Islam has an accurate and comprehensive scientific foundation.”
What does that science look like?
Al Manksour says the Islamic science is based off of a number of scientific discoveries that have been published in Islamic texts, but also scientific discoveries made by other scholars in other disciplines.
One example is the development of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI).
MRI is an MRI device that allows doctors to scan an area in a patient’s brain.
He says there are multiple studies that show that Muslim doctors are able to perform MRI tests in a fraction of the time that other medical practitioners can.
He added, “It is also very important to note that Muslim scientists are not trained in the science of MRI.”
Almansur, who also works at the National Institute of Mental Health, is also working on the new Muslim science, which is based around the Quranic text.
In a video, he explained that the Quran tells Muslims that Muslims should not believe in “science based on human reasoning” because it contradicts their religion.
“The Qur’anic text is not based on any human reasoning.
It is based solely on the Qurans teachings,” Al-Sarif said.
AlMansur explained that science in Muslim countries is based mainly on the scientific method, which means that the Quran does not tell us what to do.
“The scientific method is based in the Quran,” he added.
“This means that there is no religion in Islam, and science is not a religion.”
What can we learn from this new scientific research?
Alm Mansour says he believes Muslims need to understand that science is a method of life.
He explained that Muslims must be able to understand this science because it will help them in their daily lives.
Al Mansour added that Muslims can also understand science in terms of religion.
Al Mansour believes that Muslims are also encouraged to become scientists.
He tells us that Muslims need more education on the science.
“In the future, Muslims will be more likely to be more active in their own affairs,” he explained.
Al Mansour is now teaching a course on Islamic science at the Royal University of Hong Kong, and says that he will be teaching more Islamic science courses around the world.
He hopes to expand this program to include a history of science.