Inventions by Muslims that Shaped the Modern World


“Hospitals as we know them today, with wards and teaching centres, date back to 9th century Egypt,” Hassani explained. The Ahmad ibn Tulun Hospital, established in Cairo in 872, was the first of its kind. Tulun hospital provided free care to anyone in need, following the Muslim tradition of caring for the sick. Such hospitals spread throughout the Muslim world, beginning in Cairo.

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