Skip to comments.Mystery Illness Traced to Ritual Primarily Practiced by Certain Muslims
Posted on 03/15/2019 10:13:35 AM PDT by PerseverandoEdited on 03/15/2019 10:53:08 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
Add self-flagellation to the list of ways to get a dangerous viral blood infection.
Researchers said Wednesday they were initially puzzled how 10 British Muslim men had become infected with a little-known virus because the men hadnít taken risks usually associated with the disease.
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Another excellent reason to deny them admission to this country.
What a magnificent culture! We have SO much to learn from them!
Don’t share syringes. Or whips.
They do a lot worse during a ritual crucifixion reenactment. I forget where.
Let’s not go overboard and start posting ridiculousness.
And it IS a ridiculous act, WHATEVER religious folks do it, ANYWHERE.
After they get themselves worked up.
stone age returning....
I got a chuckle out of that.
Doesn’t the bible say we aren’t supposed to cut ourselves like that?
Yeah but the Goats, what about the Goats?
“cutting or whipping themselves in Iraq, Pakistan, India and the United Kingdom.”
Associations are significant.
Catholic monks used to do it on occasion as a form of penitence.
Sex with mules wasn’t enough?
Pure devil worship.
Who cares? Let the barbarians suffer. I really don’t care what happens to these feral humans.
"You wake up in the dark and hear the screaming of the lambs."
*** Catholic monks used to do it on occasion as a form of penitence. ***
When Archbishop Jose Gomez, an Opus Dei member, was Archbishop of San Antonio, he did an interview I saw in which he said he’d practiced flagellation. He described the little whip thing, and mostly hitting his legs with it.
He practiced this self mortification in private.
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