Poor people, a lot of tribes and religions, ancient history. ~10k years old history/archeology, to be exact. Most ancient place of the world (if we don't speak of paleolith). The first cities and first agriculture.
Speaking about Arabian nations specifically, I always wonder, if Arab children respect all those Arabian scientists (those i remember and honour) and their lives/works? Is one's wish to model live after them (or, more importantly, interest in science and curiousity itself) encouraged by society?
And those sciences, named by arabian words? My wife is an algebraist, specifically - algebraic geometer. Is it somehow 'cool', or is it completely foreign to Arabs now?
the Arab children dont know any thing about the Arabian scientists , we have an educatianal system that makes you hate all the "knowledge" on the earth , We had a revolution to achieve some gains scientific in schools and universities, but they were met with bullets and killing by machine guns and Apache helicopters, then the status quo than 100 years we were not allowed to scientific research in any way, and that the Arabs learners who were able to travel to America and Europe to learn, look for those who have not been able to study their portfolios cost expenses look Denis, and does not contribute to the graduated