// is it right that we celebrate birthday of our beloved prophet?
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« on: Nov 12, 2010 12:36 AM »


hi everyone.here in derby we celebrate the prophets birthday.but since last 4 years since i left cultural islam and try to live it as it should i have stopped this biddah.now im being called all sorts of names.they even stand up and salute him pbuh and say he actually attends these gatherings!!!.what are youre thoughts brothers and sisters.i feel all alone on this.
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« Reply #1 on: Nov 12, 2010 01:44 AM »

Salam,

The topic of the mawlid is a banned topic because it is very controversial. There's also a wide variety of circumstances and conditions to take into account. It is better to ask your local Imam or religious scholars.

Jazakamullahu khair.

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