If he didn't drink it, shouldn't his followers emulate him and abstain?manfred wrote:We don't have any sources suggesting Mohammed drank camel urine, but we do have some suggesting he instructed others to do that.
You don't need a double-blind trial if you're already doubly blinded by Mohammed and his Allah.sum wrote: It would appear that the Saudis approved his selling of camel urine but I am not aware that it any double blind crossover trials to assess its effectiveness.m
Or, rather, taking Mohammed's sins upon themselves.Hombre wrote:Drinking the urine maybe not, but used as disinfectant of wound is plausible. I have heard that before.
As for Muhammad and urine. It is said his followers were rubbing their face with Muhammad own urine to wash any sin committed.
sum wrote:Hello cl6ub
Do you believe that Muhammad drank camel urine?
Why do muslims still drink camel urine?
Islam forbids lying to non-Muslims as it denigrate the image of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). I have asked you before. I will ask again.cl6ub wrote:1.-In a documentary that I saw there was a small community in Africa that lived by whatever the herd they have, I think they were camels.
2.-The Australian Aborigines eat the caterpillars alive.
3.-In TV show I saw a restaurant serve it's customer by dipping life fish into the boiling oil with tail first, and we can see the fish were gaping in such pain.
4.-Also there was a clip showing the top of live monkey skull chopped off and they ate the brain right away while the monkey still alive.
5.-There was also news article shows the Hindus drinking the cow's urine.
And I am sure there are many more.
The whole things about Muhammad did this or did that is plain imaginative products from the story tellers, they love telling stories.
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