Ibn Al-Nafees worked in the hospital as a physician, and later as a teacher of medicine. Owing to his studious nature and excellence in medicine, he became head of the Hospital and manager of its Medical school. Some years later, he moved to work as head of the Mansoori Hospital which was established by Sultan Al-Mansoor Ibn Qalawoon in 680 A.H. (1281 A.C.). Ibn Al-Nafees occupied several positions until he became the physician of Sultan Al-Dhahir Beibers.
Who was Imam Jafar Al-Sadiq; a chemist or a hadith narrator? What did lead him to be such an exceptional scholar and thinker? Learn here about his knowledge, virtue, wisdom and love for the Sahabah.
Is there ‘anything’ in Islam that encourages acts of violence and terrorism? Why are many criminal acts are put in Islam’s account? Does God call us to hate, attack? How do you define terrorist attacks by Muslims?
Among the seventy-man delegation of the Ansar who took the oath of allegiance to the Prophet in the Second Allegiance of `Aqabah sat a young man with a bright face, graceful eyes, and a radiant smile.
There were people among the non-believers who yearned to declare their belief in Muhammad, but their fear of the prevailing norms and inherited traditions prevented them. Among them was Hamzah