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    Immam Alhussain Biography

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    Imam Alhussain Imam Alhussain, or Alhussain ibn Ali ibn Ab Talib, was the third Shia Imam, grandson of the Prophet Muhammad, the son of Ali ibn Abi Talib and Fatima. The day of his death during a battle with the army of Caliph Yazid celebrated by Shiites as Ashura mourning. Shia's tradition considers Alhussain a martyr and saint. Many opinions converge to what he knew about the hopelessness of his struggle, but suffered martyrdom for the sake of Islam, that the community was not destroyed Yazid.

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    Chemistry has had a large impact on medicine as we know it today. In fact medicine would have never gotten as advanced as it has today without chemistry to help it out. Everything that medicine does is based on chemistry at its core. A long time ago when there was not nearly as much knowledge of chemistry and the medicine was much more basic as well. All of medicine is made of different elements in one way or another. Chemistry will probably also have impacts on the discoveries in medicine yet to

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    decisions. For instance, they believe a woman has a right to make her own financial decisions. As one of the most widely supported groups, Hanafi’s have greatly influenced the establishment of other legal schools. The Maliki School named after Malik Ibn Anas, took a more conservative view in regards to the rights of women, and was highly influenced by the Hadith. Similar to the Hanafi School, the Maliki School relies a lot of personal reasoning and rationality. What really distinguishes the Maliki

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    Modern day medicine is strongly influenced by Galen, who made enormous contributions to the medical practice. His experience in gladiatorial sports, dissections, and writings were few of many factors that led him to become a well-known and respected physician. Furthermore, the practice of medicine has been revolutionizing and evolving as time passes and although, it has changed, there are still robust similarities from Galen’s time. There were various key elements behind Galen’s medical ideas and

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    Andreas Vesalius is perhaps one of the first and greatest anatomists. He set a great amount of the framework for modern human anatomy that we study today. His findings were gathered in a famous anatomy book called De Humani Corporis Fabrica or On the Fabric of the Human body. His work in dissections and human anatomy made a big affect on the past errors made by scientists and physicians. Vesalius was born in Belgium in 1514. Most of his family had been physicians so he chose to study medicine. As

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    strength of Beowulf is that he is fearless. He had no fear of anyone or anything. On demonstration form the poem that shows fearless “ I mean to stand, not run from his shooting / Flames, standing till fate decides. (15-16). On the other hand Ahmad Ibn Fablan was one of the character that had the most mental strength from the 13th Warriors. In all of the battles he fought he had faith in God and he was intelligent as well. When it came to battles Ahmad is given no choice, but to join the battle and

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    Around 6th through the 2nd century many physicians would perform experiments on animals, just to satisfy their curiosity. They would study their anatomy to understand the differences between animals and humans. Galen of Pergamum (129-216 CE) was one of the first to ever dissected and vivisected animals for his testing. Vivisection is when resesrcher operate on living animals to study the animals body when it is a life.  He would dissect sheeps, pigs, goats, and monkeys to better his surgical skills

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    The Main Issues Confronting the Rightly Guided Caliphs from 632-661 A) After the death of the prophet, the city of medina and Mecca was under a form of chaos, as the Islamic empire were with out a leader to guide or to lead the people of Islam. Therefore the Muslim committee elected Abu Bakr, as he was the closest companion of the prophet, and so become the first caliphate, also known as ‘The Rightly Guided Caliphs’ because a caliph is someone who truly followed the footsteps of the prophet

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    Religion and Heaven In Ernest J. Gaines’s novel, A Lesson Before Dying, we learn about man, his suffrage, and his development. This novel is a story about man’s soul and dignity. It is a story about a young mans soar to the peak of humanity and heroism. It is a novel of improvement and development. Jefferson, who has been sentenced to death for a crime he has not committed—once referred by his attorney a hog—learns how to become a man and gets off of his four legs and stands

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    thinking has forever benefited our understanding of the field of science. Arab thinkers such as Ibn Rushd (Averroes) and Ibn Sīnā (Avicenna) have contributed to scientific thinking on a level that is generally undervalued. Influential scientists and philosophers that have come from Arab culture can trace their lineage back to the early days of Arab-Islamic science. Despite the existence of thinkers like Ibn Rushd, more important than any individual for the development of Arab science was the state of

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