Conclusion From the early days of Islam

From the early days of Islam, Muslims had made immense leaps forward in the area of Science. Cities like Baghdad, Damascus, Cairo and Cordoba were the centers of civilization. • These cities were flourishing and Muslim scientists made tremendous progress in applied as well as theoretical Science and Technology. In Europe, however, the situation was much different than today when Muslims were doing very good. Europe was in the Dark Ages. Islamic scholars have made a huge contribution to world civilization and the advancement of science and technology. This is so impressive and there are more than a quarter million manuscripts of the work from Muslim scientists found in the world’s largest libraries. These manuscripts are still stored in Muslim and European countries, though most of them were destroyed by the Tartar army in 1258 and destroyed by a Spanish Christian army in 1492 following the collapse of the city of Granada in Spain. Most of the Muslim scholarly works are related to science and technology. Unfortunately, the negative opinion and jealous viewers of Islam try to deny the contributions of Muslim scholars in various fields of science. The Muslim scientists have contributed a great deal to the Renaissance era in Europe and the emergence of modern times in the West.
In fact, the Greek civilization after the collapse of the Roman Empire had failed to save Europe from the dark for 500 years. The emergence of Islamic during the period known as the Middle Ages or Medieval Period had saved Europe from continuing to be in darkness and ignorance. In fact, the European authorities at that time have oppressed their scientists and philosophers who have received light of science and technology from Islamic universities in Spain. In addition to the above mentioned areas, the Muslim also contributed significantly in various fields of knowledge. What is mentioned above is a fragment of the examples of Muslim achievements in the various science and technologies.