Rudolph PetersSir Rudolph Albert Peters MC MID FRS HFRSE FRCP LLD (13 April 1889 – 29 January 1982) was a British biochemist. He led the research team at Oxford who developed British Anti-Lewisite (BAL), an antidote for the chemical warfare agent lewisite. His efforts investigating the mechanism of arsenic war gases were deemed crucial in maintaining battlefield effectiveness. Provided by Wikipedia
Jihad in mediaeval and modern Islam : the chapter on Jihad from Averroes' legal handbook 'Bidāyat al-mudjtahid' and the treatise 'Koran and fighting' by the late Shaykh-al-Azhar,...
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