March in honour of Prophet Muhammad

2019-02-12 06:01
A march in honour of Prophet Muhammad was held recently.

A march in honour of Prophet Muhammad was held recently.

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An estimated 1200 people, 60 of whom were dignitaries and Islamic leaders, took part in “The March in Honour of Prophet Muhammad”, led by the Cape Town Islamic Educational Centre (CTIEC) in Cape Town last week.

The event marked the message of peace and tolerance given by the Holy Prophet (PBUH).

Hundreds of people gathered to participate in the peaceful walk. The march proceeded from CTIEC to the suburban part of the area, through Eleventh Avenue in Eagle Park, and ending at the Masjidul Kareem Centre where all guests were seated for a formal educational lecture and lunch as part of the Grand Moulood Celebrations. .

As the sounds of nasheeds (recitals) and salutations filled the summer air of Cape Town, the massive crowd marched through the streets, expressing their love to the Holy Prophet and sharing the happiness with the bystanders and onlookers lining the footpaths along the route. The message of peace and tolerance given by PBUH was conveyed to the masses through messages on banners and posters.

“The way people remained in attendance calmly and with full devotion despite the heat demonstrates the fact that Cape Town is a place of lovers of the Holy Prophet (PBUH),” CTIEC head Moulana Sayed Imraan Ziyaee said..

The organisation is calling upon the Muslim masses to rekindle the love of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and to remember that the love of the PBUH is the most precious asset of every Muslim and follower.


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