Next year, we will be celebrating the 200th anniversary of Charles Darwin’s birth, and the 150th of the publication of his On The Origin of Species, which revolutionised our understanding of biology.
For 700 years, the international language of science was Arabic
In the Book of Animals, abu Uthman al-Jahith (781-869), an intellectual of East African descent, was the first to speculate on the influence of the environment on species. He wrote: “Animals engage in a struggle for existence; for resources, to avoid being eaten and to breed. Environmental factors influence organisms to develop new characteristics to ensure survival, thus transforming into new species. Animals that survive to breed can pass on their successful characteristics to offspring.”
There is no doubt that it qualifies as a theory of natural selection – even though the Book of Animals appears to have been based to a large extent on folklore rather than on zoological fact.
Since the fall of the Ottoman Empire after WWI, Islamic nations have been embroiled in civil wars, exploited by Western nations, become havens for criminals, terrorists, become a whipping boy for “The Clash of Cultures” and ruled by opportunistic, despotic rulers who could really give a crap about their own people. Not to mention the current unforgivable genocide that is happening in the old center of learning in the Muslim world, Baghdad.
The current Muslim leadership don’t help their cause by vilifying science, failing to adapt to the timeline in which they live and enforcing extreme Shariah Laws that “abuse” women in the world’s perception. So it’s easy to forget that the Baghdad Abbasid Empire during Western Europe’s Dark Age was a guardian of Greek / Roman science and a mighty intellectual center.
Maybe if the people of Islam brushed up on their history a bit, the NWO elite wouldn’t be able to fool and use them quite so handily.