Pakistanis on Friday observed Eid Milad un Nabi the nation over with pioneers featuring the significance of spreading Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) lessons among individuals.
Leader Imran Khan said the lessons of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) must be spread to advance harmony, quietness and interfaith amicability over the world, Radio Pakistan revealed.
“Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) set up the province of Madina with equity, society and equity [and it] stays a good example for the whole world,” he said.
As indicated by Radio Pakistan, festivities commenced with a 31-firearm salute in Islamabad and a 21-weapon salute in all the provincial capitals.
After Fajr petitions, uncommon supplications for the solidarity of the Muslim Ummah just as for the advancement and success of Pakistan were offered at different mosques. Exceptional meetings, functions and milads are likewise being organized to offer appreciation to the Prophet (PBUH), the report added.
In his message, President Dr Arif Alvi asked heads of the Muslim world to advance a consistent interest before worldwide associations to guarantee the holiness of Holy Prophet (PBUH) and cease from lewdness and spoiling.
The president said that condemnable episodes of irreverence in the West have welcomed the fierceness of Muslims over the globe. “Such episodes make breaking down and abuse the soul of interfaith agreement and discourse,” he said.