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                try to see by your self

    Andconfirmed by the microscope

     

    Andsee the result you will not find any bacteria

    Thisshows the sincerity of the Prophet Mohammad peace be upon him

     


    Researcherssay that the surface of flies is the last place we would expect to findantibiotics, yet that is exactly where a team of Australian researchers isconcentrating their efforts.

     

    Workingon the theory that flies must have remarkable antimicrobial defenses to surviverotting dung, meat and fruit, the team at the Department of BiologicalSciences, MacquarieUniversity, set out toidentify those antibacterial properties manifesting at different stages of afly's development.

     

    "Our research is a small part of aglobal research effort for new antibiotics, but we are looking where we believeno-one has looked before," said Ms Joanne Clarke, who presented thegroup's findings at the Australian Society for Microbiology Conference inMelbourne this week. The project is part of her PhD thesis.

     

    Thescientists tested four different species of fly: a house fly, a sheep blowfly,a vinegar fruit fly and the control, a Queenslandfruit fly which lays its eggs in fresh fruit. These larvae do not need as muchantibacterial compound because they do not come into contact with as muchbacteria.

     

     

     

    Fliesgo through the life stages of larvae and pupae before becoming adults. In thepupae stage, the fly is encased in a protective casing and does not feed."We predicted they would not produce many antibiotics," said MsClarke.

     

    Theydid not. However the larvae all showed antibacterial properties (except that ofthe Queenslandfruit fly control). 

     

    "We are now trying to identify the specificantibacterial compounds," said Ms Clarke. Ultimately these will bechemically synthesized.

     

    Becausethe compounds are not from bacteria, any genes conferring resistance to themmay not be as easily transferred into pathogens. It is hoped this new form ofantibiotics will have a longer effective therapeutic life.

     

     

     

    Theouter surface of the fly contains antibiotics which can be isolated and used inirremediable diseases

     

    In Russia, Scientists from St. Petersburg had reached the same result asthey discovered that one of the strongest therapeutic effects is that producedby some of the fly maggots. The head of the research Sergey Chernysh says:"During the wars with Napoleon it was noticed that soldiers left on thebattlefields died of blood poisoning but not if they had the maggots in theirwounds. They were healed because the maggots were eating the dead tissue whilesecreting a certain recuperating ferment."  

     

    Theysaturated the wound with certain antibiotics that facilitated the quickhealing. Famous Russian surgeon Pirogov used the maggots during the CrimeanWar. They saved thousands of lives during the World War I as well”.

     

     

     

    Alsoin Germany, Dr. Wim Fleischman, head of the emergency department at Petejehaimhospital had proved that larva of the fly can heal injuries, also Dr. MartinAuster who is a surgeon at the same hospital says that he used larva in healingwounds and in some cases of bones Chronic inflammation.

     

    Doctorsconfirm that larvae can efficiently heal diabetes, Bedsores and bones infection.

     

     


    Allahalmighty put some healing abilities in the flies to benefit the human

     

    Today,the International Textile Research Centre, Hohenstein Institute, is working onwound dressings containing substances derived from maggots which support thehealing process. After flies lay their eggs, it will be transferred to be placedon wounds to encourage the healing process.

     

    InQur'an Allah almighty says: (O mankind! A similitude has been coined, so listento it (carefully): Verily those on whom you call besides Allah, cannot create(even) a fly, even though they combine together for the purpose. And if the flysnatches away a thing from them, they will have no power to release it from thefly. So weak are (both) the seeker and the sought.)(Sûrat Al-Hajj-verse73), inthis verse Allah wants us to understand how much this insect is important andto know that He almighty didn't create it without purpose as He says in anotherverse: (And has subjected to you all that is in the heavens and all that is inthe earth; it is all as a favour and kindness from Him. Verily, in it are signsfor a people who think deeply.)(Sûrat Al-Jâthiyah-verse 13).

     

    Alsoprophet Mohamed (Peace be upon him) tells us about the benefit of the fly"If a fly falls in the vessel of any of you, let him dip all of it (intothe vessel) and then throw it away, for in one of its wings there is a diseaseand in the other there is healing (antidote for it) i e. the treatment for thatdisease.")( Narrated by Abu Huraira).

     

    Let usthink rationally, who told that illiterate prophet about this scientific fact1400 years ago?

     

    Theanswer is Allah, the knower of everything who says in His holy qoran: (Do theynot then consider the Qur'an carefully? Had it been from other than Allah, theywould surely have found therein many a contradiction.)(Sûrat An-Nisâ’-verse82


     

    داعية مسلم يشرح لفتاة غير مسلمة الإسلام لقرابة ساعتين دون أنتقاطعه الجزء الاول

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=czmDPAHzg9o

     

    داعية مسلم يشرح لفتاة غير مسلمة الإسلام لقرابة ساعتين دون أنتقاطعه الجزء الثانى

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nRantJkyJUw


     

 
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