The following grotesque video features an Islamic practice that many of us have heard of, but most have never seen. It provides an essential element in the education of the dedicated mujahid: the drinking of camel urine, both for good health and devout religious observance.
Below is the introduction to the video, translated from the French:
Imam Rashid Abu Houdeyfa is imam of the Sunni mosque of Brest and heads the Islamic Cultural Centre and Brest (CCIB), is a member of the French Council of the Muslim Faith (CFCM)! He has 198,000 Muslims who like him on Facebook, so he is perfectly representative of practicing Muslims.
He also directs the school that Al Amana “offers a course of study for children (5-15 years) spread over four levels: kindergarten, beginners, intermediate, advanced.” The socialist Town Hall of Brest issued the building permit for this school (see Telegram); the Ministry of the Interior considers this normal. Lambasting Islam in the media, while continuing to support it locally in order to keep the Muslim vote, is the cynical strategy of PS (Socialist Party) which is described in a survey of 320 pages, “The Mayors who are courting Islamism (Tatamis Publishing, 2015).
As reported in an authentic tradition (Hadith Sahih) of Bukhari and Muslim:
“The Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم ordered them to follow the camels and to drink their milk and urine. This is what they did until the recovery of their health.” Narrated by al-Bukhari 7: 590
Another Sharia source says that, according to Anas ibn Malik (companion of the Prophet), people from ‘Urayna came to Medina to find the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم and as they had bad stomach pains, the Messenger of Allah صلى الله عليه وسلم told them: “If you agree, go drink milk and urine of camels of charity.” (source)
|00:16||…on prophetic recommendation|
|00:24||one of his (Mohammed’s) companion who had a tummy ache,|
|00:28||we will do the test with the group.|
|01:25||This is milk,|
|01:50||We will drink both at the same time; we will mix them.|
|02:15||Who wants to start?|
|03:20||Oy, drink well.|
|03:24||Voilà — there you are.|
|03:28||There you are, gentlemen.|
|04:13||Sheik (…?…) I assure you, it’s good.|