On Friday, while religious ardour and devotion were being shown all throughout the country in celebration of Eid Miladun Nabi (peace be upon him), political leaders recalled the example of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and called upon the people to foster togetherness.
According to Radio Pakistan, the day began with a salute of 31 guns being fired in the federal capital and 21 guns being fired in each of the province capitals. After the morning prayer known as Fajr, the report said that special prayers were held in mosques around the country for the success and prosperity of the nation as well as the unity of the Muslim Ummah.
In order to show reverence for the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and to bring attention to his life and teachings, a number of unique conferences, events, and Mehfil-e-Milads have been planned.
In the days preceding up to Eid Miladun Nabi, residences, streets, roads, and buildings were all decked with colourful lights. Mosques were also illuminated with these lights.
Should accord a high priority to ensuring diversity
President Arif Alvi sent a statement commemorating the event, in which he referred to the coming of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) as “good tidings” for easing the suffering of mankind.
He claimed that the arrival of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was the greatest and most beneficial occurrence in history, and he added that mankind was honoured with the recompense of guidance and kindness from God as a result of the Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) presence. He said this was because of the arrival of the Holy Prophet (PBUH).
The president said that the life of the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was an embodiment of obedience to God, justice, compassion, and love for human beings. He also stated that the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) was given to this earth as the “mercy for all the worlds.”
According to President Alvi, the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) are a source of universal and eternal wisdom for humanity that presents answers to innumerable issues that are confronted now and will be addressed till the end.
“In the entire life of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), we find a perfect model not only for faith and worship but also for all aspects of life,” said Muhammad. “[T]he life of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) encompasses all of these things.” President Alvi said, highlighting that his teachings mirrored the all-encompassing and global nature of the Islamic religion, that his teachings reflected this.
He said that Pakistan was a nation that was home to a variety of various cultures and religious traditions, and he went on to say that “We should give importance to this diversity and should work diligently for the promotion of unity and better understanding among the fellow citizens.”
The President advised all of us to reflect on the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and to make it a priority in our everyday lives to uphold these moral principles. He urged every person in Pakistan to pray to Allah, asking for His blessings to be showered upon the country as well as the rest of the globe.
Separately, Prime Minister Anwaarul Haq Kakar asked the country to embrace the Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) message of unity while also obeying his teachings of brotherhood and compassion in order to become an example of tolerance and coexistence.
The greetings of the premier were extended to the whole country as well as the entire Muslim world. He remarked that Muslims were extraordinarily privileged to be followers of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), since the Holy Prophet was the personification of all qualities that are emulatable in other people.
“A luminous illustration of tolerance and compassion.”
According to Kakar, the life of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) was a brilliant example of compassion, tolerance, and love. Kakar further said that the Holy Prophet’s (PBUH) character taught kindness, justice, and mercy to become a ray of hope in today’s divided world.
The Prime Minister of Pakistan made an appeal for the nation to return to the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), especially at a time when Pakistan was confronted with a variety of issues.
In addition to this, he underlined the need of having compassion for those who are in need, as did the Holy Prophet (PBUH). “Let us come together to help those who are struggling, become a supporting hand for those who are in need, and build a better and more equal society for all,” he stated. “Let us come together to help those who are struggling, become a supporting hand for those who are in need.”
The Prime Minister said that the celebration of Eid Miladun Nabi was also an opportunity to reaffirm our commitment to incorporate the morals and ethics of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) into our everyday lives.
He prayed to Allah to turn Pakistan into a place that is a cradle for peace, growth, and fraternity, and to give the people of Pakistan the ability to follow the teachings of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) both collectively and individually.