This video blog attempts to explain the “Night Journey” of the Prophet Muhammad by calling on concepts from modern physics.
Ahmed Zewail, who received the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1999, discusses the importance of education for world development, including education about biological evolution.
An evaluation of a documentary of Abdus Salam (1926-96), a Nobel prize winner in Physics. The 2011 documentary presents his biography and science.
Jim al-Khalili examines ideas that have been attributed to Jābir ibn Ḥayyān (fl. ca. 721-ca. 815 CE) about methods used in early chemical experiments.
Al-Khalili in this half-hour documentary looks at the works and processes of several medieval Arabic scientists who worked on optics and the nature of light, as well as contemporary Middle Eastern scientists who work with light.
Dr. Islam Hussein, a native of Egypt, discusses how he became involved in science communication on video, primarily in Arabic, in 2016 at the Massachusetts Institute for Technology.
Zaghloul An Najjar discusses the element iron and how it came to be on Earth in this video from 2014.
Zaghloul An-Najjar discusses a Muslim moral framing for natural disasters, like earthquakes and hurricanes.
Mohamed AbuTaleb uses this 2012 lecture to share what he considers to have been missing in the intellectual discourse on science: The Qurʾān.
Evaluation of a video in which Zaghloul El Naggar describes darkness in the depths of the oceans and ocean currents as being described in two Qur’anic verses from an episode of “Islam and Science”.
In this episode of Science & Islam, Zaghloul El Naggar discusses how water came to be on Earth, and how its evaporation-rain cycle is described “miraculously” in the Qurʾān.
This video blog from the Masked Arab presents errors he finds in Zakir Naik videos addressing science and the Qurʾān.