Auckland, October 31, 2020
Members of the Muslim community and Mehfil enthusiasts can expect a quality evening at the at a virtual session due to be held today, Saturday, October 31, 2020.
Organised by ‘Sangam,’ an Auckland based organisation, the event, called, ‘Mehful e Edi e Milad Un Nabi’ will commence with the first session exclusively for women at 3 pm and for all (called General Mejhfil) at 4 pm. The Dua e Khasoosi will be held at 510 pm.
Maulana Nizam ul Haq Thanvi and Tabsheer ul Haq Thanvi will participate in the event.
Invitations to attend the event can be obtained from Farah Rais Alvi, Adnan Mirza, Dr Yousuf Quereshi, Dr Waqar Qureshi, Abdul Raees or Dr Safi Alvi.
Mr Adnan Mirza can be reached on email@example.com
The Birthday of Prophet Mohammed is an event to cherish. Muslims all over the world have love and affection for their beloved Prophet, who, they say, was the perfect example of modesty, kindness, courage and generosity.
About Milad Al Nabi
The name Mohammed means ‘Praiseworthy’ and occurs four times in the Holy Quran.
The Holy Book addresses Mohammed in second person, not by his name but by appellations such as Prophet, Messenger, Servant of God (Abd), Announcer (Bashir), Warner (Nathir), Reminder (Mudhakkir), Witness (Shahid), Bearer of Good Tidings (Mubashshir), One Who Calls (unto God) and the light-giving lamp (Siraj Munir).
Mohammed is sometimes addressed by designations deriving from his state at the time of the address; thus, he is referred to as ‘The Enwrapped’ (Al Muzzammil) and ‘The Shrouded’ (Al Muddaththir) in the Holy Quran.
According to Islamic teachings, believers are not to distinguish between the messengers of God and are to believe in all of them (Surah).
God has caused some messengers to excel above others and in Surah.