Chicken in Kazakhstan lays mystery Allah egg and other bird miracle


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Er not sure it's the right section (specially for the 2nd article who could also fit in the humorous section), but here we go :
14 July 2006

ALMATY: A chicken in a Kazakh village has laid an egg with the word "Allah" inscribed on its shell, state media has reported.

"Our mosque confirmed that it says 'Allah' in Arabic," Bites Amantayeva, a farmer from the village of Stepnoi in eastern Kazakhstan, told state news agency Kazinform.

"We'll keep this egg and we don't think it'll go bad."

The news agency said the egg was laid just after a powerful hail storm hit the village.

Kazakhstan is a large, thinly populated Central Asian state where Sunni Islam is a dominant religion.,2106,3730843a4560,00.html

second bird "miracle" :

Ferghana Valley: A rooster speaking

Ferghana.Ru news agency, Firdavsy, a Ferghana.Ru correspondent, 15.03.2006

Have you ever heard roosters? Sure you have. Who hasn't? A certain rooster in the Kyrgyz town of Osh, however, is something else. Its crow has already saved it from death. Owner Ibragim Ismatullayev, his neighbors from Tadjikskaya Street in the center of Osh, and local journalists maintain that the rooster is calling Allah.

This correspondent made a trip to Osh to see the wondrous rooster with his own eyes. Recalling numerous con-artists encountered in my career, I was fairly skeptical suspecting bluff or a money-extorting scheme. I even reconciled myself to listening to a speech of a religious fanatic with innumerable theological terms and moralizations. That was how I envisaged the owner of the rooster.

Owners were quite hospitable and did not look like Hizb-ut-Takhrir fanatics to me. Informed of the purpose of my visit, they took me to the hen house. The rooster's crowing left me speechless indeed.

Click on to listen to the audio record made by Ferghana.Ru correspondents in early March 2006. Ferghana.Ru vouches for its authenticity.

hoax(es) ? the recording is actually pretty funny :)
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