Friday, September 5, 2014

On the Ebola Outbreak in Africa


Today I want to talk to you about a subject that relates not only to Africa but also to the whole world. It is the Ebola Virus that has emerged and our little Mauritius also is threatened by the transmission of this virus.

One must know how the Ebola virus is transmitted. Before coming on the subject, since 2005 God Almighty, Allah (swt) revealed to me that there shall be a deadly virus which shall make everyone tremble because man has forgotten his creator, and has trampled the teachings of God under his feet, and reduce them to dust. God Almighty said: O My servant, Muhyi-ud-Din, the earth is full of sins in all forms; therefore stand up and  create a new world and give warnings to mankind, that the wrath of Allah shall not be delayed.”

 

So when I received this divine revelation, I sent it to all the people who are close to me and also those who have accepted me as Muhyi-ud-Din of this century and at that time I wrote an article on the newspaper “Le Mauricien” (The Mauritian) entitled “Humanity in Danger”, but unfortunately the people of Mauritius did not take my message into consideration, even the authority has turned its back to this warning. Even then people ridiculed me! 

See now after 9 years, the prophecy is being materialized and it started with Africa itself and no one can find a cure for this virulent virus. The world trembles, there is daily reports about it by the media every day, but despite this it seems that the Ebola remains unknown to the broad public. Some even claim that they have made ​​antidotes against this virus.

But the reality remains that the greatest remedy for the human race is to return to the worship of one God and put into practice the divine teachings and pray the creator abundantly, repent a lot, and also to recognize His humble servant of this century, the Muhyi-ud-Din, Khalifatullah.

So, first of all, one must know how the virus is transmitted. There is the mode of transmission of the Ebola virus from human to human. This occurs through direct contact with the blood of an infected person. Or it can through secretions, cells, urine or semen, or otherwise by coming into contact with an animal infected by the virus. If an infected person has thin skin, this can represent a danger for him. Infection also occurs if a healthy person, but with a small wound on the skin comes into contact with contaminated objects or infectious body fluids of a person carrier of the virus that could be found on his clothes. His sheets could be contaminated with urine or secretions.

The danger also exists in the burial rites. In Guinea-Conakry, relatives and friends were infected when coming into contact with corpses. The virus was introduced into humans by close contact with blood, secretions, organs and body fluids of infected animals.

Symptoms of the Virus: the disease is manifested by a sudden onset of fever, intense weakness, muscle pain, headache, and sore throat. These symptoms may be followed by vomiting and diarrhea, rash, kidney failure, hepatitis and internal and external bleeding. There is an incubation period, that is, the period between infection and the onset of the symptoms of the virus, which is 2 to 21 days. A person usually knows he is sick in the space of eight days. This disease is caused by a virus, not a bacterium. It used to be called hemorrhagic fever. This is a serious and often fatal disease, with fatality rate reaching 90%. This is one of the most virulent diseases in the world. It affects humans and primates (monkeys, gorillas, chimpanzees).

Ebola is characterized primarily by a viral hemorrhagic fever. The name Ebola is derived from the name of a river, nearby in a village which is called Ebola and which is located in the Democratic Republic of Congo (formerly Zaire), and another one in Sudan.

So I warn Mauritius against this virus. May Allah protect us all. Therefore, a return to the worship of the One God, Who has no partner, is crucial. It is God the Healer par excellence and He is the remedy of the time, like He has been in the past and in the future also for as long as heaven and earth exist.

Thank you for your attention, and I also thank the President of the Community Center and his members who have given me the opportunity to speak to you.

-Address to the people of Western Mauritius, in the Community Centre,  on August 14, 2014 by the Khalifatullah Hadhrat Munir Ahmad Azim Sahib (atba).

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