By Walid Shoebat
If MERS has been called “a threat to the entire world” by the director of the World Health Organization (WHO), we then should not eliminate it from being one of the plagues spoken of in the Bible, “Great earthquakes shall be in divers places, and famines, and pestilences” (Luke 21:11).
When it comes to famine, the Nile and the Euphrates are drying up: both rivers are in the news and both rivers are in the Bible. Experts today agree, there is an inevitable famine that will soon be plaguing the Muslim world within the next decade. And now, especially that MERS is spread from a spiritual misconception, that Camel with its products (milk and urine) is an Islamic false belief for being a cure to all sorts of ailments, the plagues, as the Bible predicts, that outbreaks will pop-up in “diverse places” concerns spiritual, not just medical misconceptions.
The MERS virus, which came as a result of Islam, and had previously just hung around in the dynamo of Wahhabi Islam, Saudi Arabia, it, like the spread of the Wahhabist spiritual plague, has since traveled to China, Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, and also and brought the virus to those countries for the first time and killed more people in Saudi Arabia, spreading throughout the region in Egypt, Lebanon, Jordan and – via Britain – the United States.
Recently it made the headlines as it leaped to South Korea, triggering the largest-ever outbreak outside the Middle East where scores of people have been infected and thousands have been under quarantine or observation from a people that have no camels. As of mid-June the numbers of cases seemed to be leveling off, but the WHO warned that “outbreaks are unpredictable.” This seems to fit the description of biblical announcements of “plagues” in “diverse places”.
What made the South Korea situation so surprising is that MERS — which stands for Middle East Respiratory Syndrome — isn’t supposed to spread easily among humans. Scientists, as we predicted, now have been proven wrong, and had thought of MERS as “a virus that primarily lives in animals and only seldom affects people”.
Just to show how slow the system is, Shoebat.com warned of MERS back in 2013 that it was mainly caused by drinking camel milk and camel urine, yet it took WHO until June 10th, 2015 this year to warn “World health chiefs have urged people to refrain from drinking camel urine or milk amid an outbreak of the MERS virus,” “Food hygiene practices should be observed. People should avoid drinking raw camel milk or camel urine, or eating meat that has not been properly cooked.”
The fear of insulting Islam had WHO take a while, but even this is not the full truth. Camel urine and milk as we warned, is used for aphrodisiac purposes is also widely sold in the cosmetic industry and is exported from Saudi Arabia and is sold especially in the non-Christian orient where aphrodisiacs are also common practice as is the possibility why it travelled to the orient.
To pamper Islam, even CNN promoted camel urine, not just as a product, but to be consumed by capsules and for use in facial cream, aphrodisiacs, hair oils, and other cosmetics.
So ‘General hygiene measures, such as regular hand washing before and after touching animals and avoiding contact with sick animals, should be adhered to’ as is warned, could be useless if the virus is consumed via imported capsules and if cosmetic products are applied on hair and skin.
The coverup regarding MERS is no conspiracy theory, in fact, the first MERS patient was discovered by Ali Mohamed Zaki, an Egyptian microbiologist working at the Dr Soliman Fakeeh Hospital in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Zaki was immediately fired and forced to leave Saudi Arabia for reporting and posting his lab results on an international scientific website. Zaki was sacked within a week of going public about the new virus.
Ever since MERS was first discovered by Zaki, in that patient who died in June 2012 in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, since then, the virus has largely stayed in Saudi Arabia, where it’s falsely believed to only live in bats and camels, only rarely sickening humans. This, as we stated two years ago, is not the full truth about MERS.
In the past, when MERS has made the leap to human populations, the disease hasn’t gotten very far. But as it turns out even that was not true since now experts say “there’s a lot we still don’t know about MERS”.
Countries that previously harbored the virus, like Saudi Arabia, haven’t always been transparent about their findings because of Islam’s teachings. Experts claim that even they still don’t understand exactly how MERS is transmitted, which is extremely worrisome. And the fact that the disease is a deadly respiratory infection, from the same family as SARS (which infected more than 8,000 people during a 2003 global pandemic), has health officials said.
Experts are watching MERS because it can be deadly
When the virus does infect people, though, it assures 40% fatality, patients usually experience a fever, cough, chills, sore throat, and muscle pain. Within the first week, the disease can quickly develop into pneumonia, requiring ventilation and organ support. Most people still haven’t twigged to the existence of MERS but that may be changing since the United States became the 16th country to detect MERS in an American who has been living and working in Saudi Arabia got infected.
There has also been a spate of exported cases from Saudi Arabia who contracted MERS during a religious pilgrimage and died after returning home. And another man from Greece flew to Athens after getting sick while living in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. Jordan and Egypt have also detected new cases in people coming from Saudi Arabia.
While many refused to blame Islam and the Arab camel, researchers at Columbia University recently had an additional theory – the infections are highest in the spring, when camels are born.
And it makes sense, since Camels lactate only after they give birth and need their baby present in order to lactate and then they only produce milk for 90 seconds. And since the Muslim tradition is to combine camel urine with camel milk, the consumption obviously is higher during the spring.
The dilemma, still, for western scientists is that not all the people diagnosed with MERS say they had contact with camels. So “how did they become infected?” they ask.
As far as people who had not consumed Camel’s meat, it’s urine, it’s milk, or the combination thereof, the answer could be simple; western health experts are unfamiliar with litany of Muslim products that are produced from Camel’s urine.
Camel urine is not even detected by an innocent consumer of products that come out of the Middle East. My own sister-in-law when she first arrived from Jordan gave my unaware wife facial cream to later find out it had camel urine.
These products are hot in Jordan and we also have cases of MERS in Jordan. The CNN Arabic promoted “A mouthful a day” and even in capsule form – just like you would with fish oil, massage it into your hair or apply it directly to your face. For best results, the CNN report recommends “to take mouthfuls of camel urine daily for an entire year” and to make sure the camel be a female virgin.
Surveys are even done to conclude from patients that, the urine of a virgin camel has a “preferable distinct flavor and aroma.”
Westerners are not accustomed to how camel urine is an essential aphrodisiac to many Muslims as Ginseng is to orientals.
The reason for the silence on the spread MERS has more to do with the spread of Islam since it is claimed that Islam, when it comes to disease, it has the cure. There are even conferences on the “wonders and secrets of healing from camel urine,” that “camel urine is the miracle of our time and is a gift from Muhammad to mankind.”
Fatin Khorshid, of the King Fahd Medical Research Center sees it as the ultimate solution to “all sorts of ailments” like “cancer,” “digestive tract,” “diarrhea,” “sexual dysfunction,” “liver disease,” “skin ulcers,” “cosmetics,” etc.
In an effort to further promote its medicinal value in the fight against cancer worldwide, professor Khorshid has also applied for a swath of international patents. The US application, which covers “an absolutely novel use of camel urine,” focuses on PM701 (the “PM” stands for “Prophet Medicine”), obtained from the adult single-humped Arabian camel (Camelus dromedarius) found roaming natural pastures near Jeddah. ‘Separation and formulation of bioactive fraction and sub-fraction from camel urine work as anticancer agent.’ (US patent app. 2009/0297622 A1)
Amazingly, no one in the Muslim world is insulted by applying camel urine to the prophet of Islam. Many advise drinking it straight from the tap:
Even Al-Jazeera promotes a documentary for Camel urine:
And to become a blond, a thing that is desired in the Middle East, talk shows promote camel urine to be poured on the head, let it sit for 10 minutes and you will become blond (see 10:55):
In the above video, Dr. Umayma Al-Jouhari encourages that for best results for hair is to follow the tradition of the women in Taif, Saudi Arabia, who use camel urine as fresh as possible every time they bathe. “Freshness is key to get best results by placing your head under the camel” say al-Jouhari. And if MERS virus is in the urine which most Arabian camels are found infected, contracting the disease could be as easy as a husband breathing his wife’s hair during a romantic escapade.
How the disease is spread to oriental societies can easily be understood since the Arabian camel urine is even exported globally in facial creams and hair products:
Advertisements are running wild. For shiny hair and a solution for baldness one ad boasts that they “will deliver anywhere in the Saudi Arabia and the Arab Emirates.” When spoken about Camel urine, the so-called experts even give thanks to Muhammad the Prophet of Islam for his provision and bountiful blessing: “Prayers and peace be upon our master Muhammad.”
The “bountiful blessing” is camel urine.
Speaking to the Saudi Gazette, Dr. Khorshid claimed that she was inspired by Prophet Muhammad’s medical advice and that camel urine consists of natural substances that work to eradicate malignant cells and maintain the number of healthy cells in a cancer patient. “This treatment is not an invention, but rather, taken from our Prophet’s legacy,” she remarked.
A Hadith narrated by Al-Bukhari (2855) and Muslim (1671) claims that some people came to Madina and fell ill with bloated abdomens. The Prophet (pbuh) told them to combine the milk and urine of a camel and drink that, after which they supposedly recovered. Al-Bukhari and Muslim are the two highest authorities in Islam which makes the issue difficult for honest Muslim doctors to argue against for fear of persecution. Few in the Middle East are attempting to refute the claim for fear of being punished for blasphemy.
But the silence is not expected to last as MERS escalate.
But it’s not only Saudi doctors who claimed that there remedies are inspired by Prophet Muhammad, the United States is the least immune from nutty loon liberals with a taste for aphrodisiacs. When Millie Hinkle, a Holistic Health Practitioner from Pittsboro discovered it was illegal to sell camel’s milk in the U.S., she became determined and got it federally approved for sale across state lines. She started a company called Camel Milk USA and founded the American Camel Coalition to promote legislation to benefit camel owners. Be aware, the products have not been evaluated by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration.
Hinkle wasn’t even that taken with the taste of camel’s milk when she first drank it in the 1980s during a trip to Dubai.
Hinkle testified before a Food and Drug Administration panel in 2009 and helped get camel’s milk put under laws governing the sale of milk, allowing states to govern its sale. For instance, in North Carolina, milk sold must be pasteurized, although no one is currently selling camel’s milk in the state, she said. In South Carolina, milk can be sold raw.
People need to be watchful, especially these days where every lunatic sells unapproved products and can spread there misconceptions on the internet:
If MERS is one of the biblical pronounced judgments it is noteworthy that such disease stems from obeying the harlot religion in Arabia which believes that healing can come from a camel’s vulva. Islam is spreading her sorceries from Arabia throughout the whole earth. And while man promised to eradicate disease, he failed to prove the Bible wrong, man will be plagued with disease which also stems from a sick spiritual condition.