Police have booked eight men in a village in Haryana’s Mewat district for raping a goat Wednesday night. The seven-year-old goat was pregnant and died a day after the assault, police said.
Police said the accused are locals and alleged history-sheeters. Three of them were beaten up by villagers in Maroda village about 73 kilometres south of Gurugram after the owner of the goat caught them in the act.
Police have registered a case under Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which prohibits “carnal intercourse against the order of nature with man, woman or animal” and under the Animal Cruelty Act at Nagina police station in Nuh, earlier known as Mewat. The police are yet to make any arrests but say that the accused would be nabbed soon, reports the Hindustan Times.
“Our team is investigating the case and has recorded the statement of the goat’s owner, who allegedly caught the three accused in the act. We are also in the process of recording the statements of other eyewitnesses and villagers to know the exact sequence of the crime and arrests will be made once we get all the details,” Nazneen Bhasin, superintendent of police, Nuh, said Sunday morning. Five others are yet to be identified.
The owner, Aslup Khan, said his goat went missing from its shed, located adjacent to his house, on Wednesday night after which he and other villagers started looking for it. “It was around 11pm when I heard some noise and went out. The gate of the shed was open. I panicked and raised an alarm, as four of my goats had been stolen in the past and this was the only one left. While we were looking around, we found three men sexually assaulting my goat,” said 27-year-old Khan, a truck driver.
Khan said they caught hold of them and beat them up, but were let off later as they were in an inebriated state and were regular offenders. He further said that the three men told them about five others who had allegedly raped the goat that night. Bhasin said the three men have a criminal record and were jailed in the past for allegedly stealing motorcycles and cattle.
“My goat was injured and lying on the ground. It was not even able to walk. I took it home and applied medicines on the wounds on its head and nose. It did not eat anything the next day and was lying as if it was paralysed,” Khan said.
Police said one of the accused met Khan the next day and mocked him over the condition of the goat.
“He came to me on Thursday and threatened to steal the goat. He laughed and said that he and his friends had a nice time that night, which made me furious. I thrashed him after which he fled the spot,” Khan said.
The condition of goat started deteriorating and it died around 6pm. That’s when the villagers informed police who reached the village on Thursday night.
“We informed the veterinary surgeon as the post-mortem had to be conducted and booked the men involved in the sexual assault,” Bhasin said.
Dr Ramvir Bhardwaj, veterinary surgeon of animal husbandry posted at Nagina said the goat died of brain haemorrhage. “It was 50 weeks pregnant. During the post-mortem examination, it was found that there was blood in her windpipe. Samples of its vaginal swabs were sent to the forensic science laboratory,” Bhardwaj said.
Not far away, a prominent Muslim shows that if you want to be a cool Islamist, slurping down some fresh camel pee is the sure-fire way to do it… In his mind, anyway.
A video of an Islamist leader purportedly drinking (see video below) a mixture of camel urine and camel milk in Saudi Arabia has sparked debate over the health dangers of the practice in his native Indonesia.
Bachtiar Nasir is the chairman of the National Movement of Fatwa Guards Majelis Ulama Indonesia (GNPF-MUI) movement, an organization of hard-line Islamist groups that led last year’s protests against Jakarta’s Christian governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, popularly known as Ahok, accusing him of insulting the Koran, last year.
In the video, Bachtiar can be seen pouring the amber-colored content of a plastic bottle into a bowl, combining it with a white liquid and then taking a sip from it, describing the flavor as bitter and rich. The video was shared on his Instagram page, where he has half a million followers, last week and it has since been viewed more than 200,000 times, sparking an online debate over the drink’s health benefits among all levels of Indonesian society, including politicians, as BBC Indonesia reported.
Hadits Seputar Kencing dan Susu Unta. ———————- "Beberapa orang dari 'Ukl atau 'Urainah datang ke Madinah, namun mereka tidak tahan dengan iklim Madinah hingga mereka pun sakit. Beliau lalu memerintahkan mereka untuk mendatangi unta dan meminum air seni dan susunya. Maka mereka pun berangkat menuju kandang unta (zakat), ketika telah sembuh, mereka membunuh pengembala unta Nabi shallallahu 'alaihi wasallam dan membawa unta-untanya. Kemudian berita itu pun sampai kepada Nabi shallallahu 'alaihi wasallam menjelang siang. Maka beliau mengutus rombongan untuk mengikuti jejak mereka, ketika matahari telah tinggi, utusan beliau datang dengan membawa mereka. Beliau lalu memerintahkan agar mereka dihukum, maka tangan dan kaki mereka dipotong, mata mereka dicongkel, lalu mereka dibuang ke pada pasir yang panas. Mereka minta minum namun tidak diberi." Abu Qilabah mengatakan, "Mereka semua telah mencuri, membunuh, murtad setelah keimanan dan memerangi Allah dan rasul-Nya." (HR. Bukhari: 226) – http://hadits.in/bukhari/226 "Sesungguhnya dalam air kencing unta dan susunya mengandung obat bagi penyakit di dalam perut mereka." (HR. Ahmad: 2545) – http://hadits.in/ahmad/2545 "'Anbasah berkata; Telah menceritakan kepada kami Anas mengenai hal ini dan itu. Aku berkata; dan kepadaku Anas menceritakannya, ia berkata; suatu kaum pernah menemui Nabi shallallahu 'alaihi wasallam seraya berkata; Cuaca kota ini sudah tidak cocok bagi kami. Maka Nabi shallallahu 'alaihi wasallam bersabda: ini ada beberapa hewan ternak milik kami, maka keluarlah kalian dan minumlah dari susu dan air kencingnya. Lalu mereka pun meminum susu dan air kencing unta hingga mereka segar kembali…
James E Windsor, Overpasses News Desk
July 30th, 2018