Tag: Orientalism

Essays on Islamization and Islamic Science by Dr. Omar


Universal or Authentic? I vehemently take issue with (i) the alleged “traditional” approaches that support the perusal of unseen worlds objectively; and (ii) the philosophically entertained quiddities of “Active Intellects”, sometimes called Ibn Sina’s noumena—which Imam Ghazali soundly refuted. I suggest these claims are superfluous at best… Continue Reading “Essays on Islamization and Islamic Science by Dr. Omar”

The Mark Of Cain in Picasso’s Guernica by Dr. Omar


By Omar Zaid, M.D.,  June, 2009 “If what you speak is true it will be good to be in this heaven because all White Men will be in hell.” Unnamed Chief, Ogallala Sioux Nation, 1851,on accepting baptism after hearing the Gospel from a Jesuit priest at… Continue Reading “The Mark Of Cain in Picasso’s Guernica by Dr. Omar”

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