By Raymond Ibrahim
A video has surfaced further substantiating my recent report, “Sharia-Medicine: Egyptian Clinic Treats People with Camel Urine,” which documents how several Islamic authorities praise the practice of drinking camel urine for good health—based on the advice of Muslim prophet Muhammad—and how in Egypt there is now even a clinic that treats people by giving them camel urine to drink.
The video appeared on Dream TV, with talk show host Wael Ibrashi narrating. It shows men collecting camel urine in buckets and giving it to people who are, in Ibrashi’s words, “looking to be healed from influenza, diabetes, infectious diseases, infertility,” etc.
Several women are shown drinking camel urine—and doing all they can to keep it down and not vomit.
Ibrashi concluded by saying he is not airing this video to mock or disgust but to determine “whether we are moving forward, or whether we are moving backwards.”
Indeed, the Muslim phenomenon of drinking camel urine appears to be but the latest example of the true nature of the “Arab Spring”—slavish devotion to the teachings of Islam’s prophet, many of which are even more problematic than ingesting dromedary waste.