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An interesting review article from the International Journal of Cardiology, May 2009.

Loukas M, et al, The heart and cardiovascular system in the Qur'an and Hadeeth, Int J Cardiol 2010 Apr 1;140(1):19-23. Epub 2009 Aug 25.


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Found within the Qur'an and Hadeeth are accurate descriptions of anatomical structures, surgical procedures, physiological characteristics, and medical remedies. In particular, prophylaxis of general diseases is emphasized by encouraging physical activity, herbal and organic remedies, and spiritual revitalization. Notably, within these two texts, is the emphasis on the heart and blood as both a vehicle for life and as an organ central to affecting emotion and attitude. Furthermore, the lifestyle prescribed by these Islamic traditions promotes longevity of life, prevention of cardiovascular diseases,and discourages risk factors associated with such diseases. Therefore, it is evident that the authors of the texts had a good understanding of both the etiology and pathology of many diseases of the heart and cardiovascular system.


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In particular, specific emphasis is given to the components of the cardiovascular system. The heart is extensively described as both an organ of psyche, intelligence, and emotion, as well as an important body of the organ that can be harmed such as exhibiting thrombi. An in-depth analysis of the contribution of Islamic medicine in anatomy, physiology, and health is severely lacking in the West and, if conducted, would uncover that discoveries made by European scientists were actually made centuries prior, within the vast Islamic empire. Perhaps European scientists during the Middle Ages and beyond failed to benefit from the discoveries of the neighboring Islamic empire for multiple reasons, including poor translations[46]and the unreadiness of the medical establishment to give prominence to observation and study over the word of ancient authority[47]. As new advances in technology and medicine continue to grow at an exponential rate today, there is time to reflect and appreciate the Islamic contribution to medicine. It is for this reason that the discoveries and medical revelations in Qur'an should not be ignored or forgotten.


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Sunhan'Allah! JazakAllah khair for sharing.

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I love this subject :) SubhanAllah, the heart is really something else. These lectures go with, i would say :)









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TheDeenUknow wrote:
Sunhan'Allah! JazakAllah khair for sharing.


All praise to Allah. Indeed. I'm pleased you liked the article as much as I did.

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I love this subject :) SubhanAllah, the heart is really something else. These lectures go with, i would say :)









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I'd have to agree, they were fascinating. I'm downloading these, you don't per-chance have the audio versions do you?

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no, but i could in about 10 mins, insha Allah :)

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Thanks Nusaybah (smiles)...

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By request, I am copying and pasting this post I put into another thread regarding the "God Spots found in the brain" where I tried to present how the spirituality comes from the heart.

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The Quran also mentions in multiple places about the heart, yet modern science seems to think that all thought and emotional processes, as well as imagination, occurs in the brain.

أَفَلَمۡ يَسِيرُواْ فِى ٱلۡأَرۡضِ فَتَكُونَ لَهُمۡ قُلُوبٌ۬ يَعۡقِلُونَ بِہَآ أَوۡ ءَاذَانٌ۬ يَسۡمَعُونَ بِہَا‌ۖ فَإِنَّہَا لَا تَعۡمَى ٱلۡأَبۡصَـٰرُ وَلَـٰكِن تَعۡمَى ٱلۡقُلُوبُ ٱلَّتِى فِى ٱلصُّدُورِ

"Have they not traveled throughout the Earth,
with their hearts to reason with, and ears to hear with? Truly it is not the eyes that become blind, but do the hearts which are in the chests (Al-Hajj, 22: 46)"

Yet modern science concludes that all reasoning is done in the brain? The above quote states that the heart can both reason, and see. Also, one has to consider that maybe the person who uses ONLY the frontal lobe and not their heart is not someone who is capable of doing good. This makes sense when trying to understand the reasoning behind the belief of nihilism.

يُعۡرَفُ ٱلۡمُجۡرِمُونَ بِسِيمَـٰهُمۡ فَيُؤۡخَذُ بِٱلنَّوَٲصِى وَٱلۡأَقۡدَامِ (٤١) فَبِأَىِّ ءَالَآءِ رَبِّكُمَا تُكَذِّبَانِ (٤٢) هَـٰذِهِۦ جَهَنَّمُ ٱلَّتِى يُكَذِّبُ بِہَا ٱلۡمُجۡرِمُونَ (٤٣

The guilty will be known by their marks, and will be
taken by the forelocks and the feet. (41) Which is it, of the favours of your Lord, that ye deny? (42) This is Hell which the guilty deny. (43)(Surat Al-Rahman, ayat 55:41-43)

There is also in Surat Al-Nas the following phrase, which further states how the "whisperings of shaytan" are in the chests/hearts of mankind. How can this be when our thoughts seemingly occur within our brains, not our hearts/chests?

ٱلَّذِى يُوَسۡوِسُ فِى صُدُورِ ٱلنَّاسِ

Who [the evil whisper] whispereth in the
hearts of mankind (Nas 114:5)

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Inherited Memories in Organ Transplant Recipients

Cellular memory is a theory that states the brain is not the only organ that stores memories or personality traits, that memory as a process can form in other systems in the body and can be stored in organs such as the heart. This theory is not new. Imaginative fiction writers probably were writing about the concept as early as the 1800's, long before transplants of anything were even considered plausible. Perhaps it was Maurice Renard's Les Mains d'Orlac that popularized the idea for the first time. In the story a pianist looses his hands and a killer's hands are transplanted in their place. Of course the story has been spoofed and remade so many times in our own culture there's scarcely anyone that doesn't know how the story ends, with the killer's hands possessing the main character to kill. This is an extreme and over simplified version of what cellular memory could be. In our modern culture where organ transplants are being done daily we have yet to come up with a case such as the above mentioned but we have stumbled onto some pretty strange coincidences. First studied in heart transplant recipients Cellular Memory was noted when upon waking up from surgery patients would display a strange change in tastes, opinions, cravings, and other mild personality changes. Could it be the organs given to them had some part of the donor's memory left within it?


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An appreciation for life is the most common change in a person after a heart transplant, but some doctors say they've seen more dramatic affects. Gary Schwartz, a psychology professor at the University of Arizona, says he has seen more than 70 transplant patients who displayed "eerie similarities to the heart's previous owner."

A couple of examples are a professional dancer who received the heart of an 18-year-old man. After the surgery, she reported craving beer and KFC, just as the donor had. A 7-year-old girl experienced terrifying nightmares about being killed after receiving the heart of a girl who had been murdered.

Schwartz says that's possible because of cellular memory. "Information and energy stored in the heart can be passed on to the recipient," he says.

Small is skeptical, based on his own experience and through working Lifecenter Northwest, coming in contact with hundreds of organ transplant patients.


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Can the heart actually feel, think, remember, care, hurt or hope? The answer could lie in the way the human body stores memories and feelings. Although some people scoff at the idea that the heart can carry forth memories of it's previous owner to the recipient others think it could be possible, but can't explain the phenomenon.

It becomes extremely technical to explain how the heart could possibly retain memories. Cells which hold memory and feeling find their way to the brain for storage but beforehand they pass throughout the body including the heart. Does a portion of the memories and feelings get first deposited into the heart?

Some studies have been done to try to resolve this phenomena without much satisfaction. Some experts claim that the reason the recipient begins displaying some personality traits of the deceased is that all live cells possess a memory function. As cells travel through the blood stream some deposit in various organs of the body. These cells, even after death and transplantation, recall certain aspects of human traits.


I am trying to find some actual documents written by doctors and scientists in the field but I can't. I have a doctor in the family who has been looking into this subject, and she supposedly found evidences somewhere that proves the Quran correct.

These scientists know the truth, yet they continue to spew lies. This further proves the Quran correct in the multiple places that this is written:

يُخَـٰدِعُونَ ٱللَّهَ وَٱلَّذِينَ ءَامَنُواْ وَمَا يَخۡدَعُونَ إِلَّآ أَنفُسَهُمۡ وَمَا يَشۡعُرُونَ

They think to beguile Allah and those who believe, and they beguile none save themselves; but they perceive not. 2:9

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I am trying to find some actual documents written by doctors and scientists in the field but I can't. I have a doctor in the family who has been looking into this subject, and she supposedly found evidences
somewhere that proves the Quran correct.


The Hamza Yusuf lectures provide some startling evidences above. I understand he;s a Doctor too, and one that specialised in the heart.

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Hamza Yusuf Hanson trained as a nurse around 30 years ago...

he hasn't worked in this field for a long time, & is known for setting up Zaytuna Institute

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Thanks for the clarification maryjane...

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I think if this were up to me, I would have let my baby die. It sounds cruel but think about it: I wouldn't want it to suffer through surgery when it could die, and then live a life getting artificial hearts/donor hearts, having surgeries. Can a person with an artificial heart truly be close to Allah?

The baby would die, and would be taken immediately to Paradise where it would live freely and joyfully, waiting for me to catch with it Inshallah.

But then, I've never had to make such a choice, so I can't say what I would or would't do.

Tiny artificial heart saves baby's life

An Italian heart surgeon holds a tiny titanium pump, the world's smallest artificial heart, which was implanted in a baby, at the Bambino Gesu' Hospital in Rome May 24, 2012. REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi

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Nusaybah wrote:
I love this subject :) SubhanAllah, the heart is really something else. These lectures go with, i would say :)

Watch on youtube.com


Watch on youtube.com


Watch on youtube.com


Watch on youtube.com


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Assalamu'alaikum, sister. I just want to express my sincerest and utmost appreciation for your sharing these wonderful videos by saying, "Jazakillah khair!!!" I got goosebumps listening to the lecture, Masha Allah. It was also very much needed. Thank you again and may Allah bless you with His love, mercy & knowledge always, Ameen!

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Jazaana wa iyaakum (may Allaah reward us and you). I appreciate your kind words, and I'm glad the lectures were beneficial to you. Alhamdullilah. :)

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Nusaybah and Scimi :masha:

Shukran My Sister Nusaybah and Bro Scimi

Shikran for a much needed topic and the vids

Shukran..................some real food for the Soul.......................

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