Assalam-U-Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuh
Praise be to Allah, the Lord of the Worlds and peace be upon His exalted Messenger and the Seal of the Prophets, Mohammed, upon all his family and Companions and those who follow them with sincerity until the Day of Judgment.
The Messenger of Allah (may Allah bless him and grant him peace) was sent into this world by Allah Taala as a Mercy on All of the Universe on Monday, 12 Rabi’al-Awwal, in the Year of Elephant (570 C E).
It was the happiest day ever.
He was not coarse or obscene and he did not shout in the marketplace.
He did not return evil for evil, but was glad to forgive and forget. When someone asked him for help, he would either give him what he needed or speak kindly to him.
He was the most generous of people, the most truthful, the kindest and the noblest. Those seeing him for the first time were overawed, and those who knew him well loved him.
Someone said, “I did not see anyone like him before him or after him.”
Allah endowed his Prophet with elegance and grace and bestowed on him his love and dignity.
On behalf of MauNatul Islam Trust of New Zealand, we wish everyone a happy Eid Milad Al Nabi (SAW).
MauNatul Islam Trust of New Zealand will be celebrating Eid Milad Al Nabi Jalsa on Saturday, February 26, 2011 at 37 Cape Road, Mangere from 6 pm to Magrib Salaat. The programme will include lectures by learned speakers from overseas. All Brothers and Sisters are invited.