Oscar the fish, whose markings are being compared to the Arabic script for Allah and Muhammad. Photograph: Martin Ricket/PA
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Only a mosque stands in Meulaboh after the tsunami that hit Aceh province.
An aerial view of the town of Meulaboh in Aceh province.
Amid the aftermath
A woman walks through tsunami debris near a mosque in Banda Aceh
Banda Aceh, the capital of the Indonesia province of Aceh, one kilometre from where the tsunami came ashore.
Same thing happened during the Earthquake which rocked turkey in 1999. Where almost a City collapsed, but an old masjid which was there for like 150 years was unscratched:
A Mosque still stands amidst the rubble of collapsed buildings in the aerial view
of a neighborhood in the western Turkish town of Golcuk, 60 miles east of
Istanbul, August 19, 1999. The death toll from western Turkey's worst recorded
earthquake surpassed 6,000, as hope waned of finding any of the thousands still
missing under the mountains of rubble.
The branches clearly say in Arabic that -
There is no god but
Allah. This is said to be a
scene on a piece of cultivated farmland in Germany. Many Germans have been said to have embraced Islam upon seeing this miraculous sight and
that the German government put steel fences around that part of the farm to prevent people from visiting and witnessing this miraculous site.
story of the fish began when Mr. George Wehbi, a Christian Lebanese, was
practicing his fishing hobby, in Dakar, Senegal (the capital of West Africa). He
caught many fish. When he went home his wife saw among them a strange fish about
50 cms in length, with some Arabic writing on it. He took it to Sheikh Al-Zein,
who read clearly what was written in a natural way: Muhammad (written
near the fish head) Allah's servant (on its belly) and His Messenger (on
This is a recently discovered phenomenon in a forest near Sidney. As you
can see, the bottom half of the tree trunk is bowed in such a way that it resembles a person in a posture of Islamic prayer - the
'ruku' (bowing). Looking closer you can see the 'hands' resting on the knees. The most
amazing thing is that the 'man' is directly facing the Kaaba, Mecca which is the direction Muslims all over the world face when in prayer
says clearly the word Allah in Arabic found by a Turkish bee keeper.