HOW GREEK SCIENCE PASSED TO THE ARABS
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It should be clearly understood that Hijrat does not refer merely to a particular incident in the history of Islam but is, in fact, one of the various revolutionary and perpetual Islamic injunctions. Logically it is coincidental with faith its propagation and the holy war. It is a source of generating that spirit which keeps the Muslims vibrant and ever ready and willing to make sacrifices in the cause of Islam. Iqbal in this respect has said that to treat Hijrat only as a past event is erroneous and sheer ignorance of the real import of the word.
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