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Avicenna’s Systematic Reviews

That great medieval polymath and philosopher Ibn Sina (d. 1037), or Avicenna as he is known in the West, might in fact be regarded as father (or inventor) of medical systematic reviews [1], nowadays considered as the highest level of … Continue reading

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Dazzling Tessellations

People in the West are rightly questioning the contributions of the Islamic World for the development and implementation of human rights or humanity, which are late achievements of the Enlightenment of the West of the 18th century; or peace in … Continue reading

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