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Liquor admission allowed in Islam under ‘outstanding conditions’ – National Chief Imam

Liquor admission allowed in Islam under 'outstanding conditions' – National Chief Imam

The National Chief Imam of the Republic of Ghana, Sheik Osman Nuhu Sharubutu has said Muslims can take liquor under excellent conditions which incorporate times of thirst and lack of hydration.

The Chief Imam said this when he approached Ghanaian Muslims to cling carefully to conventions declared by the administration to battle the spread of the coronavirus malady including not gathering at the Mosque to supplicate.

He said the “setting of the Mosque boycott is worthy in Islam as even liquor, which is “haram” in Islam might be taken under certain conditions.

The Chief Imam made the declaration through his representative, Sheik Aremeyaw who encouraged Muslims to be decent and regard government conventions on Covid-19 anticipation.

“Under the condition, the call by the Chief Imam for Muslims to hold fast to the conventions falls under the component of contextualization. The setting inside which we end up direct what we need to do.” sheik Aremeyao said.

“There are a few writings of the Holy Qur’an that recommend and give a sign of how unobtrusive and adaptable the sharia is.”

Sheik Aremeyao refered to circumstances where certain things which are not allowed under sharia, are passable under specific circumstances.

Tending to the question and answer session on Monday to react to the most recent prudent conventions reported by the administration, which remembers the suspension of congregational supplications for mosques, the Chief Imam said the measure ought to be clung to by Muslims since it is very much grounded in Islamic standards of advancing great wellbeing and protection of life.

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