Muslim Clergymen Begin Miracle Healing Crusade Like Christian



hmm, African Muslim have started performing miracle healing crusades like their christian counterparts in a new development that recently saw Sheikh Salawatiya Rashid Imam hold an open air crusade near Accra.

 
Taking a leaf from his christian colleagues, Sheikh Rashid head a healing crusade at the Kawokudi Park at Mamobi, just outside Accra, Ghana. During the crusade, thousands of sick, needy, and infirm people gathered to be prayed for and blessed by him in the hope that they would be healed.

 
Among those who want healings were the blind and the cripple, who actually queued desperately to be blessed with holy water and also be touched by Sheikh Rashid. To esure there was enough water, Sheikh Rashid hired a water tanker and its content were used to wash the faces of the people as well as given to them to drink.

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Sheikh Rashid said:

“Prophet Mohammed said this is the best way to go. If you eat of this and get money from this it is one of the best types of money.



“Our Prophet Mohammed used to use water from absolutions and give it to sick people to drink. He also used to recite verses from the Koran and give it to sick people and they became healed.”

The Islamic miracle healing crusade has started in Ghana, soon it will be in Nigeria…


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