Be peaceful, care for the needy, celebrate Eid-Fitr solemnly- Muslim Mission

The Ghana Muslim Mission has urged Muslims to try and maintain their new state of being by constantly getting closer to Allah as they prepared to end Ramadan.

The Mission in a statement asked Muslims to do this through devotion to prayers, good deeds, and frequent reading of the Holy Quran and to show more love to the poor and needy by taking care of their needs and be peaceful wherever they are

The statement which was signed by National Chairman Sheikh Dr. Amin Bonsu further asked Muslims to “…establish good relations with all manner of persons as exemplified by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and also use this year’s Ramadan and Eid -Fitr as a rallying point to stay united and focused on spreading the good message of Islam to the rest of the world”.

The youth was advised to desist from acts that could affect the celebration negatively.

“We would like to entreat the Youth to celebrate this occasion humbly and solemnly with the fear of Allah. What is more important is for the Ummah to join hands with leadership to support the development of educational, health, and other Institutions and to create more sustainable jobs and help the suffering masses out of poverty.”

Read the full statement below

2022 EID-FITR MESSAGE FROM THE NATIONAL CHAIRMAN OF GHANA MUSLIM MISSION-SHEIKH DR. AMIN BONSU

On behalf of the National Leadership and entire membership of the Ghana Muslim Mission I would like to wish all Ghanaians and the entire world a happy Eidul-fitr.

As we exit the month of Ramadan successfully, we urge all Muslims to try and maintain their new state of being by constantly getting closer to Allah through devotion to prayers, good deeds and frequent reading of the Holy Quran and to show more love to the poor and needy by taking care of their needs and be peaceful wherever they are.

We should also establish good relations with all manner of persons as exemplified by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and also use this year’s Ramadan and Eid -Fitr as a rallying point to stay united and focused on spreading the good message of Islam to the rest of the world.

As we pray for peace and blessings for our dear nation-Ghana, we urge educational and corporate Institutions to ensure that Muslims are granted equal rights and the freedom to practice their religion as enshrined in the 1992 constitution of the Republic of Ghana.

We would like to entreat the Youth to celebrate this occasion humbly and solemnly with the fear of Allah. What is more important is for the Ummah to join hands with leadership to support the development of educational, health and other Institutions and to create more sustainable jobs and help the suffering masses out of poverty.

Ramadan is a great month filled with high spirituality, love, goodness, charitable acts, piety, more prayers and lots of kindness. This activity is sanctioned by God Almighty in the Holy Quran (2:183) “O you who believe, fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may develop God-consciousness”. This provides a great opportunity for Muslims to attain piety by observing the fast, doing more good, praying more and seeking for Allah’s Mercies.

We pray for peace in troubled parts of the world such as Syria, Lybia, Palestine, Ukraine among others where vulnerable people especially women and children are being tortured, starved and suffer all sorts of hardships as a result of war and conflicts.

We would like to remind all Muslims to remain committed to the cause of Islam. May Allah accept our prayers and grant us the best in this world and the hereafter.

May Allah grant us life to witness another Ramadan.
Eid Mubarak!!!
Warmest regards,
SHEIKH DR. AMIN BONSU
(NATIONAL CHAIRMAN- GHANA MUSLIM MISSION)

By: Rainbowradioonline.com/Ghana

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