A Muslim couple in England claimed to have been ‘blessed by a miracle’ as they discovered ‘Allah’ embossed on the shell of one of the eggs bought from a local supermarket.
Anisa Jussab, 36, noticed bumps on one of the shells of the pack of eggs she bought from her local supermarket, Iceland, to bake a cake for her husband, Farid Jussab.
Overwhelmed by what she had discovered, Anisa ran to her husband and further claimed that the phrase, “None to be worshipped except Allah”, was also engraved in Arabic, on the other side of the same egg.
“I was sleeping and she came running upstairs to wake me. The sun was shining and I could see it perfectly. All the hairs on my arms stood up. We were both so shocked and surprised,” Farid said.
He added, “When she took the egg out she felt the marks with her hand and then looked and saw our God’s name on it, as well as other writing all the way around.”
Anisa had bought the pack of ten eggs from the local supermarket to bake a cake for her husband over the weekend.
The couple believes that this is blessing and “a sign to all Muslims to forgive and to have a clean heart,” thus decided to keep the shell.
The decision came after Farid consulted an Imam at Masjid Ul Imam Al Bukhari in Leicester who advised him to remove the contents of the egg if he wished to store the shell.
“He said I must make a hole and get the egg out and then eat the egg with my wife. Then I shall put the shell in a glass container where anyone can come and see it,” Farid said, adding that “I am going to keep the egg forever now. I’m not the sort of man who prays five times a day so this is amazing.”
Further, one of Farid’s friends, Aslam Makda, upon seeing the shell said “It’s clearly Arabic and it says God’s name. It’s impossible that it could be a human engraving.”
This article originally appeared on Mail Online