Medical facts in the knowledge of the prophet Muhammad (SWA)
September 14, 2020, 03:37 PM IST
The concept of infectious diseases has come to the fore after the discovery of germs. Invisible bodies are said to be the cause of previously deadly diseases. Which reach the human body and create a hypothetical state. This view has been presented as a great modern research which has caused a great shock in the world of diseases and treatments and has made it easier to control and prevent diseases. However, the fact is that this view is not a religion of modern times, but such an idea has been the common place of the human mind since ancient times. Ancient Greek mythological books call certain diseases epidemics that are helpful in proving that there are certain diseases that affect many people in one area at a time. This kind of concept is also found in the writings of Islamic physicians. It is clear from the writings of Shaykh al-Ra'is Abu Ali Ibn Sina that the cause of the spread of diseases was corruption in addition to blood and corruption and corruption has been brought closer to you and it is clear that if the disease Infectious diseases will not be transmitted if I do not join and reach from one to the other. Similarly, the famous physician Muhammad ibn Zakaria al-Razi has also presented a very clear concept of transgression.
He is best known for his bizarre approach to choosing a hospital in Baghdad. He hung pieces of meat in different parts of the city and then chose the place where the meat was the last to spoil to build a hospital. He distinguished between smallpox and measles and suggested that they were contagious. In the same way, he exhorted to stay away from the patients of du'a, tuberculosis and leprosy and said that what is happening around them is mischief which can spread the disease to other people. The concept of transgression is also found in the instructions of the Holy Prophet (sws). But it is different from other modern and ancient ideas in this regard. It is narrated on the authority of Abu Hurayrah that the Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said: There is no truth in transgression. Many camels are healthy and healthy, which makes them itchy and itchy and makes everyone itchy. What is the reason for this? " He said, "How did the first camel get this disease?" This hadith sheds light on a very important fact. That the infection itself is not affected. Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings of Allah be upon him) denied that it was an active cause due to transgression and said that its creator is in fact Allah Almighty. If he wants, the disease can be transmitted from one person to another, and if he wants, a healthy person living with a sick person stays healthy even if he lives with him. Nothing happens to him From this hadith it is clear that among the people of the time of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) it was a fact that living with a sick camel makes healthy camels sick, and the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) did not deny this. Nor did he deny the infidelity, but the Sheikh refuted the prevailing notion at the time that infidelity itself was affected, and presented the notion that it was caused by the Almighty. The contradiction found in the hadith is removed and this is the reality according to modern scientific information.