Conference on the Life of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in Patna

February 4, 2012

Patna, 4 February, 2012: “Some so-called writers and journalists today are presenting the clean and sacred life of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) in a distorted way, so it has become necessary for us to put the correct perspective of the Prophet’s sacred life and his message across the society,” said Jb. Rizwan Ahmed Islahi, President of the Patna Unit of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, Bihar. He stressed that it is the need of the hour to spread the message of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). He further added that the human being today has no ideal to spend life accordingly, and thus, is resulting in failures at every stage of life. In this context, the sacred life of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) is the best example for all to follow. Jb. Islahi was speaking this in his opening speech at the Conference on the Life of the Prophet Muhammad today here at Anjuman Islamia Hall, in Patna.

Speaking as Chief Guest, Jb. Ejaz Ahmed Aslam, National Secretary of Jamaat-e-Islami Hind, and the Editor of the “Radiance Viewsweekly”, talked about the significance of Prophet’s life in today’s scenario. Emphasising on the respect to every human being, he added that India has people of different religions, caste and color, but people have no human status in its true senses. Before Independence, most of the people were considered untouchables. He also highlighted the neighbour’s rights and respect for humanity in Islam.

Acharya Kishore Kunal, Chairman, Dharmik Nyas Board, Bihar focused on unity in the society.

Jb. Nayyaruzzaman, the State President of the JIH, Bihar, said in his presidential speech that the sacred life of the Prophet (pbuh) is the best example for morality and character building. He also highlighted the importance of unity for which the Prophet worked in the split society of both Mecca and Madina.

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