|Saudis are camel-piss drinkers.|
Saudi authorities have closed down a shop selling traditional camel urine drinks after discovering the owner had been filling the bottles with his own bodily waste. Health inspectors swooped on a vendor in the port city of Al Qunfudhah, in south-western Saudi Arabia, and confiscated more than 70 full bottles.
The practice of drinking camel's urine mixed with milk is believed to date back centuries while some insist it has health benefits. Saudi authorities have closed down a shop selling traditional camel urine drinks after discovering the owner had been filling the bottles with his own bodily waste.
But the shopkeeper's business was closed down indefinitely amid claims he had been selling his own urine to unsuspecting customers. The traditional camel urine drink is believed to have originated from a passage in the Hadith.
The Muslim holy book contains quotes from the prophet Muhammad and it says: ‘Some people of Ukl or Uraina tribes came to Medina (in Saudi Arabia) and the climate did not suit them. So the Prophet ordered them to go to the herd of (milk) camels and to drink their milk and urine (as medicine).’ Some hadiths depict Muhammad touting the medicinal benefits of drinking camel urine.
This one also shows him in his full compassionate, merciful glory: “The climate of Medina did not suit some people, so the Prophet ordered them to follow his shepherd, i.e. his camels, and drink their milk and urine (as a medicine). So they followed the shepherd that is the camels and drank their milk and urine till their bodies became healthy. Then they killed the shepherd and drove away the camels. When the news reached the Prophet he sent some people in their pursuit. When they were brought, he cut their hands and feet and their eyes were branded with heated pieces of iron.” (Bukhari 9.76.5686)
And so drinking camel urine is just as much a matter of obeying Muhammad (as the Qur’an repeatedly exhorts Muslims to do; see 3:32; 3:132; 4:13; 4:59; 4:69; 4:80; 5:92; 8:1; 8:20; 8:46; 9:71; 24:47; 24:51; 24:52; 24:54; 24:56; 33:33; 47:33; 49:14; 58:13; 64:12) as is waging jihad and subjugating Infidels (see Qur’an 9:29).
But this wily shop owner tried cutting costs by using his own product instead, and is now getting his comeuppance. Health inspectors swooped on a vendor in the port city of Al Qunfudhah, in south-western Saudi Arabia, and confiscated more than 70 full bottles. The shopkeeper's business was closed down indefinitely amid claims he had been selling his own urine to unsuspecting customers.
'So they went as directed and afterwards they became healthy.' (Bukhari 9.76.5686)
The World Health Organisation (WHO), however, has warned against drinking it. In June, amid an outbreak of the MERS (Middle East respiratory syndrome coronvirus) virus, the group specifically issued a health warning against the practice which they feared would spread the condition. Advice published on their website read: 'Food hygiene practices should be observed. People should avoid drinking raw camel milk or camel urine.'
WHO health officials tell people, 'don't drink potentially fatal camel URINE' in advice on how to avoid deadly MERS virus. MERS (Middle East Respiratory Syndrome) is a viral respiratory disease which can prove fatal. Latest outbreak recorded in Yemen on May 25 and spread to South Korea. So far nine people have died, 100 have been infected and thousands have been placed under voluntary or mandatory quarantine
Virus infects humans and animals and scientists believe camels could be one potential cause of the disease. First patient infected in current outbreak kept camels on his farm. World health chiefs have urged people to refrain from drinking camel urine or milk amid an outbreak of the MERS virus.
The virus is known to infect both humans and animals, and camel in particular, are thought to be a potential cause of the disease. MERS is a viral respiratory disease caused by a coronavirus (MERS-CoV). It was first identified in Saudi Arabia in 2012.
Since the latest outbreak was recorded last month, 100 people have been infected with the virus, and another 2,500 people have been placed under voluntary or mandatory quarantine. The WHO guidance was issued in response to the infection of a 75-year-old man who developed symptoms on May 11 and tested positive for MERS on May 25.
The patient owns a barn and keeps camels and young calves. WHO experts note he has no history of exposure to other known risk factors in the 14 days prior to his symptoms developing.
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