Science derived from the Qur'an is becoming outdated compared to modern science. There was a little bit of news surrounding it when olympic athletes were using cupping in the 2016 Olympics, but aside from medical science, the wisdom of Islam has been pretty much redundant in the past 100 years. http://ilmfeed.com/the-olympics-cupping ... -muhammad/ There was some Qur'anic insight about the structure of human embryos, a large amount of astronomical insight during the golden age and a moreover appreciation for learning and science, but it has died I believe and an age of fear, prohibition and opposition to science has emerged in the Arab/Muslim world, as it is becoming seen as an opponent to Islam. I think that remembering, celebrating, and taking pride in the contributions to science afforded by Islam is important, but the longer it is seen as an enemy, the more outdated Islam will become, the more opposed it will be to modern science, and the less likely a reunion will become. Ultimately if this continues, science may realistically become a true enemy to Islam, this should be avoided at all costs. But there is no question that the path is/has being trekked.