Posted by: Seeker of the Sacred Knowledge | October 14, 2012

Protest With Roses In Love Of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him in Birmingham,UK


Protest With Roses In Love Of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him in Birmingham , UK:

Beloved Muhammad is a newly founded organization in Birmingham, UK and it organized a peaceful event in which 1,000 roses were given out to non-Muslims and Muslims alike in protest of the recent attacks on our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon Him).

The event took place on Saturday 13th October 2012 in Birmingham City Centre with 30 young British Muslim volunteers who were spreading the message of love and mercy in the remembrance and love of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon Him).

The Beloved Muhammad (Sallallahu Alayhi Wasallam) Website:

http://www.belovedmuhammad.org/

Some Poetry In Praise Of Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him By Shaykh Yusuf al-Nabhani Alayhi Rahma:

“I am the slave of the Master of Prophets
And my fealty to him has no beginning.

I am a slave of his slave, and of his slave’s slave,
And so forth endlessly,

For I do not cease to approach the door
Of his good pleasure among the beginners.

I proclaim among people the teaching of his high attributes,
And sing his praises among the poets.

Perhaps he shall tell me: “You are a noted friend
Of mine, a truly excellent beautifier of my tribute.”

Yes, I would sacrifice my soul for the dust of his sanctuary.
His favor should be that he accept my sacrifice.

He has triumphed who ascribes himself to him!
– Not that he needs such following,

For he is not in need of creation at all,
While they all need him without exception.

He belongs to Allah alone, Whose purified servant he is,
As his attributes and names have made manifest;

And every single favor in creation comes from Allah
To him, and from him to everything else.”

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Mustafa Jaane Rehmat Pe Lakho Salam:

Chamak Tujse Pate Hai:

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Responses

  1. Love the initiative of spreading love around. But the word ‘protest’ does sound contradicting with the nature of the word ‘love’ right?

  2. Reblogged this on Sohney Mehrban's Weblog.


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