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Pakistan begins celebrating Eid Milad un Nabi from today

Pakistan begins celebrating Eid Milad un Nabi from today and will continue to celebrate through weeklong events.

Muslims in Pakistan celebrate birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) with great religious zeal and fervour across the country.

Pakistan begins celebrating Eid Milad un Nabi

The day will dawn with thirty one guns salute at the federal capital and twenty one guns salute at all the provincial capitals.

People offer special prayers for the unity of Muslim Ummah and progress and prosperity of the country in the mosques after Fajr prayers.

They are arranging special conferences, events and Mehfil-e-Milad to pay respect to the last messenger Hazrat Mohammad (PBUH) whose life and teachings are beacon of light for the whole mankind.

Meanwhile, Ministry of Religious Affairs and Interfaith Harmony will organise an International Rehmatan-lil-Alameen (SAWW) Conference in Islamabad today.

President Dr. Arif Alvi will preside the first session and Prime Minister Imran Khan will chair the concluding session of the conference.

Prominent Ulema and Mashaikh, scholars and foreign delegates will participate in the Conference.

They will throw light on various aspects of the life and teachings of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (SAWW).

As part of the Eid Milad-un-Nabi (SAWW) celebrations, the government has decided to observe Ishq-e-Rasool (SAAW) Week.

Shia Islamic parties also host events to celebrate Eid Milad ul Nabi (PBUH) under Hafta Wahdat-e-Muslimeen or Muslim Unity week.

MWM asks Sunni Shia Muslims

Meanwhile, Majlis-e-Wahdat-e-Muslimeen asked Sunni Shia Muslims for joint Eid Miladul Nabi celebrations across Pakistan.

MWM Sindh chapter secretary general Allama Baqir Abbas Zaidi said this, while presiding over a meeting at Wahdat House.

Furthermore, he appealed to all Sunni and Shia Muslims to organize joint programmes, rallies, milad, sabeels to mark Eid Milad ul Nabi (PBUH).

He said enemies of Islam and Muslims want division within ranks of Muslims.

Therefore, MWM urged Muslims should demonstrate unity on Eid Miladul Nabi (PBUH).

Meanwhile, MWM has announced weeklong Eid Milad ul Nabi (PBUH) celebrations under Hafta Wahdat-e-Muslimeen or Muslim Unity Week from 12th Rabiul Awwal to 17th Rabiul Awwal.

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