Kamis, 01 November 2012


 STORY: Zainabu Issah
HUNDREDS of Ahmadiyya Muslims yesterday gathered at Bustan-E-Ahmed, the Ahmadiyya Muslim Conference Centre at Ashongman, to mark the end of the Hajj, the sacred pilgrimage to the Holy City of Mecca.

Speaking at the event, the Ameer in charge of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Mission, Maulvi Dr Wahab Adam, said the Prophet Abraham who was used by Allah to build the Kaa’ba, a square stone building in the centre of the Great Mosque in Mecca, was accepted by both Christians and Muslims as the Father of Prophets.

He said that fact should help bind Muslims and non-Muslims into a strong bond of brotherhood for them to become responsible for one another.

“That should engender love and affection for one another and remove all traces of hatred and animosity for one another from our minds and hearts,” he said.

Maulvi Dr Adam said it was important that Ghanaians went into the forthcoming elections with sentiments of love and affection, as well as respect and consideration.

He urged Ghanaians not to consider one another as enemies but brothers who were prepared to pool ideas, talents and energies to build a united and peaceful country.

Additionally, he said, all stakeholders should collectively work towards free, fair and transparent elections, the result of which would compel acceptance by all.

He further urged Ghanaians to pray and resolve that the elections would be peaceful to prevent the unnecessary difficulties, anguish and pain that other countries had gone through as a result of bickering that surrounded their elections.

Tidak ada komentar:

Posting Komentar