* Now don’t call me a male chauvinist pig, I didn’t make this up:
“This proves unequivocally that Islam is the true religion, and that this knowledge was conveyed to the Prophet by Allah”…
* From MEMRI
Following are excerpts from a program featuringÂ Dr. Ahmad Al-Muzain, a Palestinian expert on Koranic science, which aired on Al-Aqsa TV on September 3, 2008:
Dr. Ahmad Al-Muzain: The Prophet Muhammad said that there is no need to wash off the urine of the male infant. Only the urine of the female infant should be washed. In the case of the urine of the male infant, it is enough to sprinkle water lightly over it. From this, the religious scholars have concluded that the urine of the male is less impure than the urine of the female. This gives rise to many questions: Why is there a distinction between the urine of the male and the female? What is the wisdom in this? Is this, as some Orientalists claim, discrimination against the female, even in infancy? God forbid that this is true.
In order to prove the wisdom behind this, scientists from an Iraqi university have conducted a unique experiment. Of course, this experiment was supervised by a professor from the International Commission on Scientific Signs in the Quran and the Sunna.
This experiment proved that a type of bacteria known asÂ E. coliÂ – and you can see a picture of this bacteria behind me… We found this type of bacteria in the urine culture of both male and female infants. What was strange, however, was that the urine of the male infant contained much fewer bacteria than that of the female.
This proves unequivocally that this is the true religion, and that this knowledge was conveyed to the Prophet by Allah.
3 thoughts on “Pali Expert on Koranic Science: Urine of a male is purer than that of a female!”
yup, that’s islamic science is a nutshell, pure BS. The argument has a hole big enough to drive a supertanker through.
The urine is sterile!
I think they got it contaminated… or the subjects had an infection!
The anatomy of each is diferent from the other, just remove the diaper and observe. The male urethra is longer and not easily connected with the anus, whereas the female genatilia has a short urethra and is easily in continuity of the anus, the source of E. Coli bacteria and other coliforms. Cleansing of diapers by caregivers is different between the sexes, or should be to prevent infections by the females.
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