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Eid Milad-u-Nabi (SAWW) celebrated with enthusiasm

Eid Milad-u-Nabi (SAWW) celebrated with enthusiasm

Jan 03, 2015 - 16:39

KABULinfo-icon (Pajhwok): Eid Milad-u-Nabi (SAWW) is being celebrated on Saturday throughout Afghanistaninfo-icon with religious zeal and fervour.

For the faithfuls, Eid Milad-u-Nabi (SAWW) is highly regarded religious festival as they express gratitude and thanks to Allah Almighty for blessing the universe with Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).

A big gathering is held at the Shuhada-i-Salihin Masjid in the capital Kabul to celebrate the revered day. Ulemainfo-icon and scholars addressed the gatherings across the country, with some towns were tastefully decorated to celebrate the event in a befitting manner.

Dr. Mohammad Ayaz Niazi, Imaminfo-icon of the Wazir Mohammad Akbar Khan central mosqueinfo-icon, said the Sunnah of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) is the only way to lead a better life. He preached to follow the teachings of tolerance, understanding and respect for humanity.

He highlighted various aspects of the life of the Prophet (PBUH) during his speech, urging to follow the golden principles of Islam to achieve success in the worldinfo-icon and hereafter.

He asked the Ulma to put aside their differences and work for the prosperity of the country, adding that differences on trivial issues had promoted to wider conflicts in the Muslim Ummahinfo-icon.

Maulviinfo-icon Lutfullah Haqparast, the Imam of Shuhada-i-Sualihin mosque, said that celebration of Milad-u-Nabi (SAWW) was important at a time when Muslim societyinfo-icon was under western culture. The companions of the Prophet (PBUH) had celebrated the day as well, he added.


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