May 2020

Al-Nuri Bimaristan in Damascus (Infographic)

Al-Nur Bimaristan in Damascus was one of the most important Islamic hospitals known to Muslims. Many patients from different countries of the Islamic world used to visit it. It provided its services for several centuries until a new hospital was built in Damascus.

Mobile Bimaristan (Infographic)

Historians believe that Muslims were the first to use mobile Bimaristans (hospitals), or the first ambulances, to treat patients in countries where epidemics appeared or patients who were unable to commute to where the Bimaristans were located.

April 2020

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Marmaduke Pickthall.. How did they convert to Islam?

Marmaduke Pickthall was born in London in 1875 to a Christian family affiliated with William the Conqueror. His father died when he was five years old. He became familiar with Islam while he was working as a journalist in the Middle East.

The Qalawun Bimaristan in Cairo (Infographic)

After 7 centuries have passed since its establishment, what is remarkable about the Qalawun Bimaristan in Cairo is that they practice medicine today. It is one of the oldest medical facilities in the world that still serves patients.

Muhammad Asad.. How did they convert to Islam?

Muhammad Asad was born in Austria in 1990 to a Jewish family and named Leopold Weiss. He studied philosophy and arts at the University of Vienna, and he worked and excelled in journalism before being invited to join relatives in Jerusalem.

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