His Excellency Dato Dr. Koutoub Sano, member of the Muslim Council of Elders: Patience is a human and Islamic value, a characteristic of Almighty Allah who has promised great rewards for the patient

His Excellency Dato Dr. Koutoub Sano, member of the Muslim Council of Elders and former Minister of Religious Affairs, former Minister of International Cooperation in Guinea, former Diplomatic Advisor to the President of Guinea, and Secretary-General of the International Islamic Fiqh Academy, affirmed that patience is both a human and Islamic value, embodying one of the attributes of Allah Almighty, who promised great rewards for those who endure with patience.

During episode 14 of the "Human Values with the Elders" program by the Muslim Council of Elders, His Excellency Dr. Koutoub Sano emphasized that patience is not merely a personal trait but a philosophy of life deeply rooted in faith and trust in the decree of Allah. It enables individuals to endure hardships and trials, enhancing their ability to adapt to ever-changing challenges. He noted that through this noble value, individuals elevate their behavior, improve their conduct, and strengthen their faith and reliance on Allah Almighty.

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