NSU lecture explores Islamic, Hispanic connection

”Under Muslim rule, medicine, science, astronomy and mathematics flourished,” he said. “Equally at that time, you have the beginning of Hebrew writing. That’s why . . . the Hebrew and Arabic is so similar today. They kept intellectual thought alive by translating from Greek and Latin, all the classics.”  >>>>>

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