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August 29, 2016 -- A former Minister for Science and Information Technology of Pakistan is frustrated that Muslim nations are lagging far behind the west in technological innovation. 

Dr Atta-ur-Rahman noted that no Muslim nation has won a "Noble Prize whereas England bagged these by dozens, 30 of them by the Cambridge University alone," according to

The average IQ of Muslim nations ranges in the mid-to-lower 80s. Pakistan, for example, has an average IQ of 84. That may explain why those nations fail — not only academically — but economically. 

The globalist agenda appears to be a redistribution of idiots among Western nations to lessen the existing economic disparity between the West and Middle East. 

As low-intelligent Muslims invade the West, the average IQ of western nations declines proportionately. I call it "cultural thermodynamics."


Salahuddin Haider

PROF Dr Atta-ur-Rahman, who as Minister for Science and Information Technology, did tremendous service to Pakistan, lamented during a lecture at the English Speaking Union at the week-end that the Muslim world has been left far, far behind in education and scientific development, and continue to groan under the fact that none of its member States won Noble Prize whereas England bagged these by dozens, 30 of them by the Cambridge University alone.

There were a mere couple of exceptions in Muslim States. Those winning the coveted honour, preferred to live abroad, rather than in their own country, which again was a matter of shame for all of us.

If called pride of Pakistan, it would be a mere under-statement, for as international celebrity, Prof Rehman has been lecturing world over at prestigious fora on scientific research, and winning accolades for being a treasure house of knowledge.

Being the highest decorated scientist of Pakistan, both from the government, and international organisations, he is an invaluable asset for the country, as one can only wish and pray that he is not thrown out in disgrace like Prof. Abdus Salam, the country’s first noble laureate.

He said countries, investing in education, and striving hard, like Singapore can touch envious mark of US$ 582 billion exports against a shabby comparison of just $23 billion of Pakistan.

China is yet another glittering example of investment in education. Figures were indisputable proof of that. It sent a staggering number of students for education abroad in 2015.

In corporate sector, big money is involved in research and development, Samsung cellular company dominating the world in that particular field, overtaking the Apple competitor.

Against that Pakistan’s total textile exports was not more than six per cent of the world trade in that sector. Modern world was progressing by leaps and bounds, while Islamic world kept groping in the darkness.
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  1. There have been around 20 moslem nobel prize laureats over the past 100 years. Look it up in Wikipedia. More than half of them for crap like literature or peace.
    So yes, science and islam don't mix. No wonder if the reaction to some new scientific discoveries could be "off with his head, he contradicts the coran"