Life of Prophet Muhammad a beacon of light for mankind: Mushaal

Life of Prophet Muhammad a beacon of light for mankind: Mushaal

ISLAMABAD, Wednesday, November 18, 2020 (WNP/DL): Mushaal Hussein Mulick, wife of detained Hurriyat leader Yasin Malik and peace and culture organization chairperson, Wednesday said the life of Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) is a beacon for the mankind who preached love and humanity throughout his life.

She said this while inaugurating the calligraphy exhibition based on Ism-e-Mubrak Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) during a visit to Punjab Council of the Arts Rawalpindi.

Mushaal said Islam is a peaceful religion and Holy Prophet preached Islam with love.

She said we can succeed in this world and in the hereafter only by following the guidance of the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him).

It is dire need of the hour to introduce the teaching of Holy Prophet (Peace Be Upon Him) to the world so that the opinion of west may change about Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) and Islam, she added.

She said Kashmiris are being punished by fascist Indian forces for being Muslims adding the whole world is ignoring the Indian atrocities on Kashmiri Muslims.

Mushaal said over 8 million people are imprisoned in the Indian occupied valley but the world observed criminal silence.

She also strongly condemned the blasphemous sketches in France and the statement of the French president.

Deputy Director of Arts Council Sajjad Hussain said Muslims from all over the world should bring the true picture of Quran and Sunnah before the western world.

It is pertinent to note that hundreds of people turned to the Arts Council to see a special calligraphy exhibition based on Ism-e-Muhammad. The work of famous calligraphers like Elahi Bux Matee, Azeem Iqbal, Khawaja Muhammad Hussain, Shabir Ahmed Zia, Muhammad Younas Roomi, Wajiha Raja, Sania Shabir, Shumaila and Sauda Tanvir participated in the exhibition.

The Punjab Council of the Arts is celebrating Hafta Shan-e-Rahmatulil Alameen on the directions of the Government of Punjab and the calligraphy exhibition will continue until November.

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