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UK Muslims Parade to Mark Birthday of Prophet Muhammed

BRADFORD – Thousands of Muslims joined marches of peace in Bradford and Bolton to mark the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) on Tuesday, November 26. “We would like to emphasize that the message of the procession is and has always been to spread a message of peace, compassion, and tolerance,” Mohammad Riaz, …

Daily Routine of the Most Influential Leader in History – Muhammad (PBUH)

Daily Routine of the Most Influential Leader in History – Muhammad (PBUH)

The Supreme Court in the USA displays a rendition of Prophet Mohamed (peace and blessings upon him) holding a Quran. While we do not create statues and artistic renditions of prophets, this act acknowledges the fact that he (PBUH) is considered to be one of the most influential leaders in history, even by non-Muslims. His …

Amusing Songs for the Love of the Prophet (Special Collection)

Amusing Songs for the Love of the Prophet (Special Collection)

Marking the occasion of Al Mawlid, enjoy our collection of songs  and nasheeds about the blessed prophet Muhammad (Peace and Blessings be upon him).  Let’s spread the love of Allah and his Messenger. Ya Nabi Salam Alayka by Maher Zain Al Mu’allim by Sami Yusuf Burdah by Mesut Kurtis Ya Mustafa by Adam Ali Special collection by …

Prophet Muhammad's Birthday

Why Celebrate Muhammad's Birthday But Not Christmas?

Short Answer: The celebration of Christmas has almost nothing to do with Jesus, and it’s well-known he wasn’t even born on December 25th, but Mithras was, a Roman god who was worshipped as a son of God before Jesus was ever born. Muslim scholars can’t agree on celebration of Prophet Muhammad’s birthday: some say it’s totally …

Celebrate or not Celebrate Mawlid

Celebrate or Not Celebrate Mawlid? That's NOT the Question

Should we celebrate or not celebrate Mawlid? Almost all of us are aware of the term Mawlid. Mawlid is the observance of the birthday Of Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessings be upon him) which is commemorated in Rabi` al-awwal. This occasion causes a lot of debates among Muslims. Should we celebrate or not? But more importantly, …



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