Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Turks Hospitalized after Drinking Camel's Urine; Embarrassed Retired Cleric Commits Blasphemy

Note the dishonest retired cleric who, like the equally dishonest Wikipedia user NarSakSasLee with his edits on “Urine therapy”,  would most certainly be aware of the many positive references to camel urine in Sahih hadiths, and the fact that drinking it, taking it in capsule form or applying it to the face and head is widespread across the Middle East purely because of its recommendation by Muhammad.

If you Google "Camel urine" you will find many Muslim websites trumpeting its alleged "health benefits" as one of Islam's "scientific miracles" and some of the world's most respected Islamic scholars and fatwa websites do likewise.

In essence, this cleric from the comparatively civilized country of Turkey, has labeled his own Middle Eastern Arab prophet as an "ignorant" by claiming those Turkish men who drunk camel urine following Muhammad's advice, "must have been ignorant".

From Hürriyet:

Two Turkish men were hospitalized on arrival to Turkey after drinking camel's milk and urine while on an umrah visit, daily Hürriyet reported.
The men believed the camel's milk and urine to be good for health, claiming it was written in a hadith. An imam, according to the Turkish men, also drank the milk and urine with them.
The visitors were hospitalized due to high fever and unusual levels of liver enzymes. Further tests revealed that the two men had been infected with the "alkhurma" virus, reportedly catching the virus from the milk.
The alkhurma virus is very dangerous and highly contagious and has a fatality rate of 25 to 35 percent, daily Hürriyet reported.
İhsan Özkes, a retired religious cleric and current member of the Republican People’s Party (CHP), denied the existence of any hadith that would encourage people to drink camel's milk and urine.
"Those who did drink it must have been ignorant," he said.

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