Extending greeting to the people on Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi (SAW), chairman All Parties Hurriyat Conference (APHC) and Ameer Mutahida-Majlis-Ulama, MirwaizMoulvi Muhammad Umar Farooq Wednesday said the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) brought a revolution in human thinking, faith, civilization and culture which not only changed the lives of the people but altered the geography of the world.
In his message to the Muslims of the world in general and those living in Jammu Kashmir in particular, the Mirwaiz said, Muslims instead of "doing lip service in expressing their love and devotion for the last Messenger of Allah (SAW) needed to follow his teachings in letter and spirit and implement them in all sphere of their lives."
Paying glowing tributes to Prophet (SAW), the APHC Chairman said the issues the religion of Islam and Muslims were facing today and the conspiracies being hatched by imperial and Zionist powers against Islam and the Muslims, can only be countered by following the teachings of Islam, Sunnah of Prophet (SAW) and the holy book of Quran in letter and spirit.
Stressing that the teachings of the Prophet (SAW) would be relevant till the Day of Judgment for the entire humanity, the Mirwaiz said that the importance of these teachings and the responsibility of Muslims have all the more increased in the 21st century, which is considered as the century of science and technology.
Meanwhile, Anjuman-e-AuqafJamia Masjid Srinagar, has informed that a Seerat conference would be organised on Friday, 13th Rabi-ul-Awal, December 25, 2015 after the Friday prayers to mark the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).
The conference would be presided over by the Mirwaiz who is also the Chairman of Anjuman-e-AuqafJamia Masjid Srinagar, while Ulemas, Islamic scholars and Imams of various Masjids would throw light on the life and times of Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and NaatKhawans would recite devotional naats.
Besides, the resistance leadership and civil society activists have also been invited to participate while people from all walks of life are expected to attend the conference.