Shia belive that the Soil of Kerbala is blessed and has cures in it.
Hypothetical Medical Research:
Many of the most widely used antibiotics have come out of the dirt. Penicillin came from Penicillium, a fungus found in soil, and vancomycin came from a bacterium found in dirt. Now, researchers from Northeastern University and NovoBiotic Pharmaceuticals and their colleagues have identified a new Gram-positive bacteria-targeting antibiotic from a soil sample collected in Kerbala (Iraq) that can kill species including methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA) and Mycobacterium tuberculosis. Moreover, the researchers have not yet found any bacteria that are resistant to the antibiotic, called Kerbalobactin.
Will it be Halal or Haram for Sunni Muslims to use Kerbalobactin?
- Kerbalobactin contains no Haram ingredients
- 4 Patients need Kerbalobactin:
- Sunni Muslim who is asking is a Mufti from Darul-uloom Deoband teaches Aqeedah and has written 5 books refuting Shia beliefs and understands Aqeedah issues in depth.
- Sunni Muslim who is asking is a bricklayer from a village in Punjab and does not know how to read or write. He only knows last 10 Surahs of the Qur'aan but follow the Sunnah and lives his life as per the instructions of his Shaykh
- Sunni Muslim who is drunkard and does not pray
- Sunni Muslim woman who does not pray and does not wear Hijab