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God has said in the Qur’an about one of the evil unbelievers who forbade the Prophet Muhammad from praying at the Kaaba: No! If he does not stop, We will take him by the naseyah (front of the head), a lying, sinful naseyah (front of the head)! (Quran 96:15-16)
Allah the Almighty speaks of Abu Jahl (an inveterate enemy of Islam, who used to insult prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and his followers) : “No Indeed; surely, if he gives not over, We shall seize him by the forelock, a lying, sinful forelock!” (96 : 15-16)...
The Ear and Eyes
Hearing over sight
Allah the Almighty says; “And pursue not that you have no knowledge of; surely the hearing, the sight, the heart- all of those shall be questioned of.” (Qur’an 17:36),
What we see and what we don’t
Are there really things around us that we cannot see? A quick look to the nature of light, being the tool of vision and sight, can help bring home the idea....
Eye drop
“And he turned away from them, and said, ‘Ah, how great is my grief for Joseph.’ And his eyes turned white because of the sorrow that he chocked within him.” (Qur’an 12: 84)
The Skin
The epidermis is the surface layer of the skin. It protects the body from bacteria. It also stops the leakage of the plasma from the blood vessels that are spread in the dermis. In case of sudden loss of blood and plasma, the compensatory physiological mechanisms of the body fail. Shock follows as a result of a drop in the amount of blood reaching the chambers of the heart.
The sensation of skin pain
It was commonly believed, for several centuries, that the body is all sensitive to pain. It was not clear then that there were specialized nerves in the body responsible for transporting all kinds of pain and other sensations, until recently when anatomy has discovered the role of specialized nerve endings in transporting all different kinds of pain.
Finger prints
Finger prints are formed in the embryo at the fourth month, and remain fixed and distinct all along man’s life. Finger prints are a record of curvatures that arise due to the fusion between the epidermis with the dermis. These curvatures differ from one person to another, and they never match or correspond among all humans.
Anatomy has discovered that small intestines are the longest part in the digestive system, of about 5 meters long. The walls of intestines consist of 3 layers: 1- The external stratum (serum stratum): its membrane is soft and wet due to the secretion of a serum liquid. 2- The medium stratum (muscular stratum). 3- The internal stratum (mucosa stratum): it consists of a mucosa plate and circular or ring folds full of villi, and contains intestinal glands and lymphatic vesicular.
The Quran has not ordained as to how long mothers MUST suckle the child. The individual circumstances would be the deciding factor in this respect. However, the Quran has said that it takes two and a half years for a mother to bear the burden of the foetus in her womb followed by the suckling of the child.
Breastfeeding from scientific point of view
Breastfeed your baby even if with your eye-drops … !
Human psychology
Quran has given some aspects of general human psychology and behaviour.
Man in high attitudes
Almost 100 years ago, medical researches started address the functions of the human body when rising up in high altitudes, and the effect of being at high atmosphere....
Medical references at the shadows of Chapter The Cave
The Quranic chapter 18 : "The Cave" (Al Kahf) was revealed to answer few questions which the mushriks (unbelievers) of Makkah, had put to the Prophet Mohammad in order to test him.. One of the questions was : Who were "the Sleepers of the Cave" ?
Qur’an is a healing mercy
Allah the Almighty said; "And We send down of the Quran, that which is a healing and a mercy to the believers, and the unbelievers it causes not except loss.” (Qur’an 17: 82)

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