Monday, December 10, 2007

Russia Opens Muslim Hospital

(Hat Tip: Sharpshootervlad)

"A first-ever medical centre for Muslim patients is expected to open in Moscow soon," said Victor Kisin, the president of Price and Quality federal system of policlinic institutions.

The idea to open such a centre was originally proposed by the Council of Muftis (the highest official rank in Islam) of Russia and the Ministry of Health and Social Development. Russian Muslims and embassies of Islamic countries in Russia were eager to have such a centre in Moscow. “There were occurrences when they had to send their staff, ambassadors and their wives, to treatment overseas,” says Ravil Gainutdin, the chairman of the Council of Muftis of Russia. “I’m sure that this initiative would be positively accepted in the society. It should improve not only the health of Muslim people but also the mutual understanding between Russian and Muslim nations and religions,” the mufti stressed out.

The centre has been organized according to cultural values of Islam, its demands and peculiarities.

Later in the article, it says:

The doctors of the Muslim Centre will always rend assistance to non-Muslim patients.

For some reason, I wouldn't feel safe as an Infidel being treated by a doctor who believes his pleasure in paradise will be measured by the number of non-Muslims he slaughters.

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