The Margibi Muslim Council is calling on Liberians to get involved in things that are favored by God instead of activities that will angry Him.
Imam Sheik Mohamed T. Kromah, chairman of the Margibi Muslim Council said the Legislature of Liberia shouldn’t pass any law that is not in the interest of the people of Liberia, especially on the issue of gay marriage.
Addressing fellow Muslims recently in Kakata, Margibi County during the celebration of Ramadan, he said Allah (God) is angry with activities of Liberians as a nation, adding, “This is why Liberians are experiencing sicknesses and hardship.”
Imam Kromah noted that same sex or gay marriage is one of those things that God is highly against, adding that besides gay marriage, fornication and adultery are two other things Liberians should desist from, if they must be right with God.
The Islamic prelate further warned that such acts promote retrogression of the country and portray a negative image of the people, indicating disrespect for God.
He said Liberians are dying of Ebola, AIDS and other diseases because of stubbornness against Allah, stressing that when Liberians abide by God’s mandate, they will not experience such hardship as it is happening now. Imam Kromah noted that many people only pretend to be in obedience to God in times of problems but after their sufferings are over, they no longer obey Him. He called on Muslims in the country to continue to respect the norms and customs of the Islamic religion.