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Leadership Role of Muslim Scientists

Leadership Role of Muslim Scientists

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For almost seven centuries the Muslim scientists were not at the
forefront of scientific achievement. Despite the facts that many of the
Muslim scientists have been accepted to work in the world class
established laboratory or institution throughout the world, none except
a few has make it to win the Noble prize.

On the other hand, there is an increasing numbers of Muslim scientists elected to leadership role in their respective countries or abroad either in established scientific institutions or whether as the ruling political leaders, the opposition leaders or as leaders of the non-governmental organizations.

This might be an important sign of scientific re-emergence already present in the Muslim world but yet to be recognized by the Western communities.

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For almost seven centuries the Muslim scientists were not at the
forefront of scientific achievement. Despite the facts that many of the
Muslim scientists have been accepted to work in the world class
established laboratory or institution throughout the world, none except
a few has make it to win the Noble prize.

On the other hand, there is an increasing numbers of Muslim scientists elected to leadership role in their respective countries or abroad either in established scientific institutions or whether as the ruling political leaders, the opposition leaders or as leaders of the non-governmental organizations.

This might be an important sign of scientific re-emergence already present in the Muslim world but yet to be recognized by the Western communities.

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05/30/2015

Islam had always encouraged healthy discussion on the matter of daily

Leadership Role of Muslim Scientist: Sign of Scientific Reemergence
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living. The Muslims were asked to use the most precious faculty given,
the ability to think to optimize the resources and to solve approaching
problems in their life. However these discussions should be well
guided and in case of indifferences, they should go back to the ultimate
source of consultation, the Qur'an and the Sunnah of the Prophet.

We know that difference in small matters and minor commandments of
the religion is unavoidable. Sagacity differs, the power of individual
perceptions differs and there is lot of difference in the grasp of
arguments. This is even the temperament of Islam which desires that it
should be always live firmly and eternally. It should never recede back,
but always continue along with the times. This is why the religion of
Islam is very soft, elastic and easy. There is not a little frigidity or
harshness in it.

Despite that, this was not the case during that era. The differences crept
up and there were a leaning toward dead and lifeless words and
spiritless term. The books of Allah and the Traditions of the Holy
Prophet were neglected. One's own views and opinions were insisted
on unduly leading to argumentations and debates. As the Prophet
Mohammad had said: "No nation went astray after following guidance,
unless it got entangled in the calamity of misguided argumentation"

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