The Ministry of Human Rights on Monday commemorated the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday, peace be upon him and his family in a rhetorical event.
Minister of Human Rights Ali al-Dailami explained that the biography of the Noble Messenger, may Allah bless him and his family and grant them peace, is full of lessons to learn about his personality, his movement with the Noble Qur’an, his method of change, the effort and struggle he exerted, and the instructions and guidance he provided.
Al-Dailami considered these instructions are important lessons that Muslims need today to strengthen their connection to faith with the Final prophet, stressing that Yemen has become at the forefront of the Islamic peoples who commemorate this religious occasion on the basis of faith affiliation and the adherence of the people of Yemen to the principles of Islam, its values, morals and humanitarian rules that ensure building a society in which mercy, solidarity and humanity prevail.
He expressed his regret that those carrying out incitement campaigns against celebrating the Prophet’s birthday have not benefited, even though the messages and responses to their campaigns are counterproductive and disappointing to their hopes at a time when there is an increase in those celebrating the anniversary of the Prophet’s birthday.
Minister al-Dailami considered the escalation of the crowds celebrating the Great Messenger as a clear message to those who are trying to distort the image of the Prophet, may Allah bless him and his family and grant them peace, that the Yemenis should adhere to the final Prophet, imitate him, and follow the Holy Qur’an.
He said "At this current stage, there are major global transformations, yet our issues are still weak and lacking in compass, even though the compass and its direction are clearly apparent, through the Holy Qur’an and the role model and good example represented by the Prophet Muhammad, may Allah's prayers and peace be upon him and his family."
He added "Instead of looking for alliances with the right or with the left, it would have been better and more appropriate for us to be the compass, and our compass is the Holy Qur’an," Pointing out that this occasion is an opportunity to restore and correct the path, and not pay attention to campaigns, but rather to a better future, based on the faith identity and Yemeni civilization rooted in the depths of history.
Source: Yemen News Agency