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  3. English theosophist, philosopher, and political figure who advocated home rule and educational reforms in India.
  4. That is to attest that Allah exists, and that He is the Creator of this universe and its Owner. He is the One Who causes all things to happen; nothing comes into existence except if He wills it, and nothing occurs except if He desires it.
  5. It is to attest that Allah is the only true god, Who deserves to be worshipped, and all acts of worship must be dedicated to Him alone.
  6. That is to believe in the uniqueness of His Names and Attributes and that the beautiful Names and Attributes belong to Allah and that He is far removed from every imperfection .
  7. Haskins, Charles Homer, 1870–1937, American historian, an authority on medieval history.
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  10. Emotion as the Basis of Civilization, London, 1928, pp. 265, 269.
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  12. Heroes, Hero-Worship and the Heroic in History.
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  17. Any of a class of particles, such as the photon, pion, or alpha particle, that has zero or integral spin and obeys statistical rules permitting any number of identical particles to occupy the same quantum state.
  18. Dr. Zaghlool El-Naggar, As-Samaa (The Sky).
  19. For further information see: http://www.esa.int/esaSC/SEM75BS1VED_extreme_0.html
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  21. He was the chief of the surgical clinic at the University of Paris.
  22. The Bible, The Qur’an and Science.
  23. Abdul-Ahad Omar is a Canadian Muslim. He is notable for being a former Christian theologian and minister who converted to Islam.
  24. He is the world-renowned embryologist. He was the former president of the Canadian Association of Anatomists, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, University of Toronto.
  25. Dr. Gerald C. Goeringer is course director and associate professor of Medical Embryology at the Department of Cell Biology, School of Medicine, Georgetown University, Washington, DC, USA.
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  31. The Bible, The Qur’an and Science.
  32. Earth, Press and Siever, p. 435. Also see: Earth Science, Tarbuck and Lutgens, p. 157. Also see: The Geological Concept of Mountains in the Quran, El-Naggar, p. 5. Also see: Earth Science Today, Murphy, Brendan; Nance, Damian. p. 107.
  33. The Geological Concept of Mountains in the Qur’an, El-Naggar, p. 5. Also see: Mountain Chains from World of Earth Science.
  34. Towards Understanding Islam, pg. 3.