Prayer directed at Kankan, 2nd city of Guinea, in the northeast of the country, in Maninka by the Imam and famous chronicler in N'ko Nanfo Ismaila Diaby the day of Al-Qadr laylat continues to polarize all the debates in Guinea .
Imam Badrou de Labé: '' No prayer is legal in a language other than the Quran '' (audio)
Elhadj Badrou Bah, first imam of the great mosque of Labe - the main city of Foutah Djallon -, questioned by our editorial office, declares that no prayer is legal and acceptable if it is not directed with the Qur'an.
Leading prayer in one's own language is not legal, prayer is legal and acceptable only if it is directed with the Qur'an. First, prayer is acceptable if it is composed of suras like Fatiha followed by another verse. Nowhere is it said that prayer should be conducted in Arabic, but rather by the Qur'an. If it is not the Koran even if it uses the Arabic language, your prayer will be wrong, no other language is legal. We are not going to say that the Arabic language is above the other languages, God hears all languages, in the way he understands Arabic. But what remains clear, a prayer is legal that if it is directed in Arabic, there is no debate on the subject, "slice Elhadj Thierno Mamadou Badrou Bah.
Tidiane Diallo, regional correspondent at Labé