Peace rally held marking Eid-e-Miladunnabi

Published : 21 Oct 2021 11:04 AM | Updated : 23 Oct 2021 08:57 AM
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With the participation of thousands of lovers of holy Prophet (PBUH), a massive 'Eid-e-Miladunnabi (PBUH) Celebration Peace Rally' and 'International Peace Conference' led by Sayeed Saifuddin Ahmed Al Hasani Maizbhandari were held in the capital on Wednesday.  

Anjuman-e-Rahmania Mainia Maizbhandaria organised this rally decorated with colorful banners, festoons, flags carrying the message of holy Quran, Sunnah, peace and harmony, to mark the Eid-e-Miladunnabi

Later 'International Peace Conference' was held at Engineers Institution, Bangladesh. The peace conference was presided over by Sayeed Saifuddin Ahmed Al Hasani, president of 'Parliament of World Sufis'.

As the chief guest of the event, Information Minister Dr Hasan Mahmud said holy Eid-e-Miladunnabi (PBUH) is an integral part of Islamic culture. 

“A follower of Islam can never do any harm to others.  In this sacred land of Awliya Allah, there is no room for terrorism. People of our country are liberal and they will not tolerate any violence in the name of religion,” he said. 

Minister of Liberation War Affairs AKM Mozammel Haque said Holy Prophet's (PBUH) vision is love for the Creator and his creation. He has shown us the way of salvation on the earth and hereafter, he added 

In his speech, Sayeed Saifuddin said that arrival of beloved Prophet (PBUH) has immense significance in mankind. He came with the message of global peace, interfaith harmony, equality and humanity. 

“If our holy Prophet (PBUH) wouldn’t step on the earth, the whole universe would submerge into darkness. He has established the rights of people in such an era, when there was no dignity for women and general people, and there were conflicts everywhere. With the supreme ideology of holy Prophet (PBUH), he civilized a brutal society,” Sayeed Saifuddin said.  

"Today we are seeing there are violations of human rights, communal conflicts, extremism all over the world. To establish global peace, we must turn to holy Prophet (PBUH)," he added. 

He has expressed his deep concern over the recent violent situation at different parts of Bangladesh which is threatening communal harmony. He urged all to resolve the crisis with patience, keeping respect for law. 

Sayeed Saifuddin said insult the holy Quran is undoubtedly a heinous crime. People who are behind it must be punished after proper investigation. 

“Following this unexpected incident, attacks on many Mandirs is also condemnable. Islam never allows this type of activities. Our beloved holy Prophet (PBUH) ensured the rights, safety of different religions through the 'Charter of Medina'. Over the years Sufi saints have been carrying the same ideology which has established a strong foundation of communal harmony particularly in this sub-continent,” he said.

Sayed Saifuddin urged all religious, social, political leaders to take responsibility in such crisis moment to raise public awareness for maintaining religious harmony. 

Major General Syed Muhammad Ibrahim, chairman of Bangladesh Kallayan Party, expressed his gratitude to the Muslim ummah on this great occasion. 

Ruhul Amin Ruhul MP, Minister Counselor of Indonesian Embassy in Bangladesh, Hedayat Acheh, Shahzada Sayeed Mehbub Mainuddin Al Hasani, Shahzada Sayeed Hasnain Mainuddin Al Hasani, Alamgir Khan Maizbhandari and Mufti Baaki Billah Al Azhari also spoke on the occasion.  

Prominent Sufi leaders, Islamic scholars, administrative officers, politicians, journalists and intellectuals also took part in discussion. 

At the end, Sayeed Saifuddin prayed for peace, prosperity, unity and tranquillity of the Muslim ummah and Bangladesh.

Earlier, State Minister for the Ministry of Religion Farhadul Khan MP inaugurated the peace conference through videoconference. He assured that those who attacked the minority will be brought to book.

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