Sunday, May 8, 2011

Kingdom rejects BBC claim of Zamzam water contamination

Saudi authorities have refuted a BBC report claiming that the Zamzam well in Makkah is polluted and that drinking the holy water could cause diseases such as cancer.

Zuhair Nawab, president of Saudi Geological Survey (SGS), denied the allegation and said his organization has taken adequate measures to ensure the safety of Zamzam well and its water.

The BBC said it had asked a pilgrim to take samples from the Zamzam water taps in Makkah and the Zamzam water being sold in bottles to compare them with the water on sale illegally.ReadMore

2 comments:

  1. what do u think Siruhan?

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  2. who give a shit about saudi Geological Survey (SGS)? except for some dumb Muslims?

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