This whole month of Rabiul Auwal is dedicated to the Prophet of Islam (SAWA) and we should try our best to take this opportunity to connect ourselves
This auspicious week is also very importantly celebrated as Unity Week because there is no one more appropriate to provide the foundation for the unity of the Muslim Ummah
Naturally, the month of Rabiul Auwal is where our central emphasis is on the personality of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAWA)
Dearest brothers and sisters, the final day of Safar is upon us. These dates are amongst the most tragic periods of Islamic history
Now, if we go a little deeper in absorbing this concept of ba’atha, we will realise that ba’atha is a movement.
What we are celebrating here is the arrival and appearance of this light of Almighty Allah (SWT) in this material world, on 17th Rabiul Awwal
In the previous lecture, we had a discussion about the secret of the success of Rasulullah (SAWA) in propagating and establishing Islam on such a grand scale
I would like to extend our congratulations on this auspicious night of 12th Rabiul Awwal, which is one of the possible nights of the Milad and birth of the greatest man
First of all, the Holy Quran says do not come and see him without making an appointment! This means that we need to first seek his permission.
Why was Prophet Muhammad (SAWA) sent down to this world? This is one aspect of discussion on an auspicious night like this.