Saturday, January 25, 2020

Kuwait Sheikh commands Muslims to drink camel urine instead of Western medicine

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A video that went viral on social media shows an Arab Muslim leader encouraging his followers to drink camel urine which has not been sterilized or pasteurized.
In the Arab world it is a common belief that drinking camel urine is healthy.
According to Islam, the Koran and the Hadith camel urine is a medicine that can cure anything.
Even the Prophet Muhammad used to drink camel urine.
This practice of Islam can lead to dangerous epidemics as we have recently seen in China.
The coronavirus spreading in China and the SARS outbreak of 2003 have two things in common: Both are from the coronavirus family and both were passed from animals to humans in a wet market.
Coronavirus could have spread from bat soup to humans, experts have claimed.
A new study published in the China Science Bulletin earlier this week claimed that the new coronavirus shared a strain of virus found in bats.
Previous deadly outbreaks of SARS and Ebola were also believed to have originated in the flying mammal.
The UN heath agency should launch a campaign to raise awareness of the dangers of consuming unpasteurized animal fluids.