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poczta krokodilski Sep 29, 2016. sketchup-simpress has been downloaded at least 713 times this month (as of. Simply place your template file on your desktop or where your sketchup. I can only get my template to work if I use the. he who wields it can slay. The Hippocratic Oath was: "Do no harm!" The Roman Catholic religion always had the same in their oaths (both saying "Profess") - or as the Medician order was called "The Brothers of Charity", there was the Rule of the Brothers of Charity - who were the order of white-robed Franciscan friars. The Hippocratic Oath has nothing to do with Islam (there are several versions of the Hippocratic Oath in different translations). Islamic Medicine Islamic medicine is a modern-day form of medical practice founded in the 11th century CE in Arabia. It had developed independently of other forms of medicine prior to the advent of Islam, but through the spread of Islamic civilization and the encounter with the Greek texts of the ancient civilizations, the knowledge of medicine was brought to the Middle East from the Ancient Greek civilization. The medical knowledge and skills of the Alexandrian Greek Physicians were brought by Muslim Scholars from Mesopotamia, Persia and Central Asia to Muslim countries in the Middle East. Islamic medical knowledge as a science was developed in the second half of the 11th century, and by the 15th century, the science of medicine was well established in Islamic countries, as medicine had become integrated with the medieval science of physics and mathematics. The first generation of physicians to practice medicine in the Islamic world was the Ikhwan al-Safa' "Sons of the foundation" (i.e., the Muslim Physicians or Al-Majus), whose practitioners were known as the Hakeem. They were the first generation of practitioners of medicine in Islamic countries. The second generation of physicians were known as the Ikhwaneen (Al-Muwaqneen) and were named after the second person of the Trinity (Jesus Christ). The Ikhwaneen considered themselves as the Successors of the Medical Books (Al-Kitab) and had full knowledge of the medical books of the Greeks, Romans and Arabs. The third generation of physicians was known as the Ikhwaneen Al-Faisal (The Successors of Al-Faisal), meaning the