Bandung’s event planner believes that Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi was a great gambler of his times


Rudy Ramos is an event planner from the city of Bandung in Indonesia who says that event planning isn’t only about great photography, videography, music and styling, she believes that it is way beyond that.

Rudy says that the best feeling her in the entire day is reading a review by a client the next day of the event showing gratitude and appreciation.

Rudy is a big fan of Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi – the Persian polymath, physician, alchemist, philosopher and astronomer. She recently completed writing a book on the life and death of Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi which she named ‘The greatest Persian to have ever been born – Mr Zakariya the Polymath’.

In her book, Rudy writes that if there were no Persians, the Islamic golden age had no chance. Rudy writes that there is no doubt that there were several great Arab mathematicians, physicians and others that were born during the Islamic golden age but they were no match to their Persian counterparts.

Rudy claims that Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi believing in alchemy is the greatest proof that he was most likely an agnostic or pantheist rather than an atheist. Rudy has given many more examples in her book proving this point of hers and at one place she even doubts that Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi could have been an apatheist as some of his writings make the reader think that he believed in a god but not the religion of Islam.

Rudy says that she has no doubt that Muhammad ibn Zakariya al-Razi was the most underrated polymath of all times and she also believes that he loved to gamble although there is no mention of it anywhere in any of his writings. Rudy says that he would have known each and every Agen dominoQQ if he were alive today.

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