Saturday, January 5, 2013

Ilmu Pengetahuan yg dicuri Muslim


Bermacam2 cara TAQQIYA (berbohong) ala Islam. Dan dgn bantuan orang2 di barat yg ignorant terhdp budayanya sendiri mereka malah menyebarkan kebohongan berikut ini :

http://www.israelforum.com/board/showthread.php?t=9886

Bgm ciptaan Muslim merubah dunia

Dari kopi ke catur dan tradisi sajian 3 hidangan, semuanya datang dari dunia Muslim. Dgn dibukanya pameran baru ini, Paul Vallely menunjuk 20 Muslim2 "genius" dibelakang penemuan itu.

SANGGAHAN :

1) ttg penemuan Catur
Lying comes naturally with the qoran. Chess for eg probably originated in China/India to Persia and then spread westward. Various arcane and more difficult forms of chess are still played in China.

http://www.mynetcologne.de/~nc-jostenge/
http://www.answers.com/topic/origins-of-chess

Many countries claim to have invented the chess game in some incipient form. The most commonly held belief is that chess originated in India. The earliest mention of chess appears in the Indian classic, the Mahabharata, written circa 2,000 BC, where it was called Chaturanga. As a matter of fact, the Arabic, Persian, Greek and Spanish words for chess, are all derived from the Sanskrit Chaturanga. The present version of chess played throughout the world is ultimately based on a version of

Chaturanga that was played in India around the 6th century AD. It is also believed that the Persians created a more modern version of the game after the Indians. The oldest known chess pieces have been found in excavations of ancient Persian territories. One ancient text refers to Shah Ardashir, who ruled 224 - 241 AD, as a master of the game.

Another theory exists that chess arose from the similar game of Chinese chess, or at least a predecessor, thereof, existing in China since the 2nd century B.C. Joseph Needham and David H. Li are two of many scholars who have favored this theory.

2) ttg Matematika
Similarly, the hindu civilization and its mathematicians had already used complex math and algebra, computing distances between the earth and the moon a long time before Pythagoras. The hindu civilization is credited with inventing zero. The hindu numberals/numbers were taken (stolen is more appropriate) westward and it is a gross injustice to call the current numerals as arabic. There is no arabic origin there.

http://india_resource.tripod.com/mathematics.htm

"Albert Einstein said: We owe a lot to the Indians, who taught us how to count, without which no worthwhile scientific discovery could have been made."

"Hu Shih, former Ambassador of China to USA said: India conquered and dominated China culturally for 20 centuries without ever having to send a single soldier across her border."


3) The art of Navigation :
was born in the river Sindhu 6000 years ago. The very word Navigation is derived from the Sanskrit word NAVGATIH. The word navy is also derived from Sanskrit 'Nou

Bhaskaracharya calculated the time taken by the earth to orbit the sun hundreds of years before the astronomer Smart. Time taken by earth to orbit the sun: (5th century) 365.258756484 days.

Algebra, trigonometry and calculus came from India. Quadratic equations were by Sridharacharya in the 11th century. The largest numbers the Greeks and the Romans used were 106 whereas Hindus used numbers as big as 10**53(10 to the power of 53) with specific names as early as 5000 BCE during the Vedic period. Even today, the largest used number is Tera 10**12(10 to the power of 12).

These include: a formula for the ecliptic; the Newton-Gauss interpolation formula; the formula for the sum of an infinite series; Lhuilier's formula for the circumradius of a cyclic quadrilateral. Of particular interest is the approximation to the value of π which was the first to be made using a series. Madhava's result which gave a series for π, translated into the language of modern mathematics, reads

π R = 4R - 4R/3 + 4R/5 - ...

This formula, as well as several others referred to above, were rediscovered by European mathematicians several centuries later. Madhava also gave other formulae for π, one of which leads to the approximation 3.14159265359.

for more info check this link out
http://www.nriol.com/info/amazingindia.asp
http://www.infinityfoundation.com/ECITmathframeset.html

its high time the muslims stop making false claims.actually by doing so u folks are making fools of urselves.stick to the facts folks!

4) tradisi sajian 3 hidangan berasal dari tradisi Romawi.
Menunggu link!

5) tradisi minum Kopi berasal dari : negara Amerika Latin (tradisi Aztek jaman pra-Islam)
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Postby ali5196 » Mon Mar 20, 2006 2:00 am
http://www.channel4.com/science/microsi ... ience.html

So what happened?

In early Islam, the caliphs (religious leaders) supported learning in the broadest sense; particularly when it related to useful subjects like arithmetic, geometry, medicine and cosmology. But later, the more traditional religious leaders and scholars began to worry about the limitations and dangers of knowledge. They declared that knowledge for its own sake could not be legitimate for Muslims. Knowledge had to be for the greater understanding of God or the good of Islamic society – anything else was considered potentially destructive and un-Islamic.

As they gained influence, the caliphs took control of what could be taught and where. At elementary schools, madrasas (mosque schools) and universities, students were allowed to learn arithmetic, cosmology, medicine and some natural sciences, as long as they stayed within the framework of Qur'anic teaching. Original thought was not encouraged and philosophy was frowned upon. Philosophers were seen as wasting their time on questions already dealt with by the Qur'an and holy law. Scholars who wanted to study subjects like philosophy or physics had to go to smaller more obscure private schools and institutions that were generally sponsored by Royalty and the wealthier members of intellectual society.

Around the 11th century, the sciences were divided into 'Islamic' sciences and 'foreign' sciences. Islamic sciences were approved because they connected with religion and centred on the teachings of the Qur'an. Foreign sciences were increasingly viewed with suspicion by Islamic religious leaders and consequently sidelined.

The growing inflexibility of Islamic leaders led to the slowing of broader Islamic scientific study and a squeeze on original thought. Having said that, Islamic scientific endeavour continued up to the 15th century. By the time the last great Islamic dynasty, the Ottoman Empire, was on the wane in the late 16th century, Islamic science was largely a passive learning process in which there were few original texts being produced. And as Muslim society became more isolated from its neighbours, the exchange of ideas with other cultures became more difficult.


2 comments:

  1. min, sekedar saran! klou bisa you translate kedalam bahasa indon, klou kita yg sudah paham ini postingan tidak masalah, tapi kasihan teman2 yang tidak bisa baca dari telpon [mereka yang belum paham dgn apa yg dimaksud diatas]..dankje wel.

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  2. pertama kali liat blog ini aku kesal sendiri. bukan berarti aku seorang muslim, yang melihat agamaku dihina". aku seorang kristen yang taat. blog ini payah! dilihat dari judulnya "laskar kristus" kupikir akan berisi tentang ajaran" agam kristen, atau pengalaman" kristen yang akan menguatkan iman, tapi kenyataannya terbalik, malah jadi cerita tentang agama islam. terobsesi ya sama agama islam? murtad aja deh! aku malu punya saudara seiman yang memperkuat agamanya dengan menjelekkan agama orang lain. MALU!

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