What truly makes the holy month special is found within the spirituality of the month.
2017 witnessed various organizations, including the World Association for Al-Azhar Graduates, promote the true image of Islam and fight back against extremism.
Young and old, rich and poor, scholars and laymen all came together to express their love for God’s final messenger and remember his “seerah”, or biography.
While extremists are vehemently against any such celebration, the overwhelming majority of Muslims take part in one form or another.
While those who have carried out this attack claim to do so in the name of Islam, it is Islam’s tenets that they transgress.
Dar al-Iftaa announced that Rabi’ al-Awwal will start November 20, adding that the Mawlid al-Nabawi will take place December 1.
Grand Imam of al-Azhar Sheikh Ahmed al-Tayeb was named the world’s most influential Muslim in the 2018 edition of “The Muslim 500”.