Bernard Lewis wrote that Islamic governments inherited:
"the knowledge and skills of the ancient Middle East of Greece and of Persia. They added new and important innovations from outside, such as the manufacture of paper from China and decimal positional numbering from India. "
So, from this video, most of the modern technological tools nowadays were actually based on the contribution of Muslim scholars and scientist.
Around the year 1,000, the celebrated doctor Al Zahrawi published a 1,500 page illustrated encyclopedia of surgery that was used in Europe as a medical reference for the next 500 years. Among his many inventions, Zahrawi discovered the use of dissolving cat gut to stitch wounds — beforehand a second surgery had to be performed to remove sutures. He also reportedly performed the first caesarean operation and created the first pair of forceps.
Though now we called it as aeroplane....and most of us knew that an idea to create aeroplane came from the Wrights-sibling when they saw a bird flying free in the sky. But actually, it was before it, during the medievel age (Golden Age of Islam). Abbas ibn Firnas was the first person to make a real attempt to construct a flying machine and fly. In the 9th century he designed a winged apparatus, roughly resembling a bird costume. In his most famous trial near Cordoba in Spain, Firnas flew upward for a few moments, before falling to the ground and partially breaking his back. His designs would undoubtedly have been an inspiration for famed Italian artist and inventor Leonardo da Vincis hundreds of years later.
My fellow brothers,
Unfortunately, look at us right now?
It seems like we have nothing.
We were even being called a terrorist.
Muslim is a terrorist. What is these?
What has happened to us?
Where are our glorious days had gone?
Why can't we repeat the history?
The history of our Golden Age....
Come on Muslim, my fellow brothers,
Let's stand up together and bring back our glory days,
It's time for us....
For us to show exactly who we are,
We'll conquer this earth again!
With that, wassalam...