Wednesday, 13 March 2019

Kya Milad e Nabi Qur’an Se Sabit Hai?


Does the Koran prove that celebrating the birthday of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) is allowed? Younus AlGohar explains.


- The Koran does not directly mention Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)’s birthday; however, in Koran 19:33, God mentions the moments John the Baptist and Jesus Christ were born as ‘blessed moments’. When the moments they were born are blessed, what about the moments the Leader of Prophets and Beloved of God, Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) was born? Is it not allowed to celebrate those moments? It absolutely is allowed.

- There have been many incidents which suggest to us that celebrating Prophet Mohammad (PBUH)'s birthday is permissible. When Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) migrated from Mecca to Medina, the girls from the Band Fajar tribe were standing there to greet him with songs of celebration. Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) liked this; he did not forbid it.

- Regardless of whether or not celebrating the birthday of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) is part of the religion, would you not want to celebrate it because of your personal relationship with the Prophet (PBUH)?

Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) said, 'You cannot become a Devout Believer until you love me more than your parents and the entire humanity.'


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