How Islamic religion has influenced civilization

How Islamic religion has influenced civilization.
The Islamic religion is a monotheistic religion teaching that there is only one God called Allah and the messenger of Allah is Muhammad. Islam is the second quickest booming religion in the world. The religious law is called or known as sharia law, forming part of the Islamic tradition. It is derived from the precepts of Islam, particularly the Quran. In Arabic sharia means Gods divine law. Modern times in the Islamic religion from the 20th century till date. Due to industrialized nations and countries brought about Muslim populations to new areas through economic migration, many Muslims migrated from India and Indonesia to the Caribbean.
Islamic religion has achievements, impacts and contributions to the world civilization. History has it that the rise of Muslims which later translates to the rise of the world zenith of civilization in a period of four decades was based on Islam’s emphasis on learning. Scholars believe this is obvious when one takes a look at the Quran and the culture of Muhammad which are filled in the references to learning, education, observation and the use of reason.
Due to education, the Muslims have become the founders of many major accomplishments which later lead to western and world civilization in medicine, technology, geometry, mathematics, and chemistry. It is also believed that the Islamic religion is over 1000 years and has remained the most advanced civilization in the world.
The Islamic religion has affected civilization by promoting unity, from the kwakitul tribes each united under a private totem to the Islam under which concept all Muslims are theoretically united.
The Muslims influenced modern science it is believed that the Quran constantly tells us to observe and reflect. Following the words of the Quran the Muslims laid down the foundation of modern science- based on experiments rather than mere speculation.
Astronomy has been highly influenced by the Islam it was al-Mamun who built first modern astronomical observatories in Baghdad. The Islamic discovered many stars as shown by Arabic names such as Agol, Aldebaran and others. Many other observatories were built by Muslim pioneers. The Islamic have influenced engineering as well. Among other Muslim inventions is crankshaft, which was invented by Al-Razzaz it was used to convert rotary to linear motion, which created the lifting of heavy objects easily. This lead to many other inventions that range from bicycles to internal combustion engines. The Islam have influenced civilization in other areas such as aviation, mathematics etc.