16.03.2005 Regional News

Don't ignore Islamic principles

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Kumasi, Mar.16, GNA - Dr. Alhaji Amen Bonsu, Managing Director of Amen Scientific Herbal Clinic in Kumasi has called on young muslims not to throw away Islamic principles as they go in for secular education. He said secular education should help them to have knowledge and experience in life to improve their social standing in society. Speaking to the Ghana News Agency on Sunday in Kumasi on the development of the Islamic religion, Dr Alhaji Bonsu stressed the need for muslims to rise against negative tendencies committed by members that can bring the religion into disrepute.

He advised that young muslims do not rush into early marriages but should try to get basic necessities in life before they do so. He stressed the need for muslims to eschew dishonesty and lawlessness and work had to improve on their living standards so that they can attract non-muslims into the religion.

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