Imran Khan the PM says
No greater man in history': Imran urges nation to follow Holy Prophet's example on Eid-i-Miladun Nabi
Prime Minister Imran Khan on Friday urged the nation to follow the example of the Holy Prophet (PBUH), saying that "there is no greater man in history".
Addressing a ceremony arranged to observe Eid-i-Miladun Nabi, the premier said that no man in history had achieved as much as Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) and urged the nation to learn from his life."His (Holy Prophet) achievements are part of history and the more you read, you'll realise how great he was and what we can learn from him,"
the prime minister said.
He also addressed the display of blasphemous cartoons in France and the rising Islamophobia in Western countries, saying that Muslim leadership should "take a position" or Muslims living in the West will suffer the impact.
"When I became prime minister and attended the OIC meeting, I said there that this Islamophobia, which is rising in the West, will continue to increase if Muslim heads of states don't take a position on it. This would have the worst impact on Muslims living in the West and in other countries where they are a minority," he told the crowd. He added that Muslims states should explain to the world that "we believe in freedom of speech but there is a limit, you can't hurt sentiments under its banner".
The prime minister further said that "a small group" is running a campaign to malign Islam by provoking Muslim sentiments. "When you make cartoons, it is not freedom of speech, it is deliberately hurting the sentiments of 1.3 billion Muslims."
He said that the world could not raise questions or make fun of the Holocaust — during which at least six million Jews were killed by the Nazis in the 1940s — because the Jewish community was "organised".
The premier also highlighted the dangers of climate change and the reason behind it by quoting a hadees of the Holy Prophet.
[The Holy Prophet] said 'live for the next world as if you'll die tomorrow and live for this world as if you'll live for a thousand years'.
"You can go in depth of this [hadees] and you will realise that the world's problems today are because we didn't think of the future, we didn't care about the world we'll leave for our coming generations. This climate change, why is this happening? Because humans are not living here in a way where they think of the world they'll leave for coming generations."
The country observed Eid-i-Miladun Nabi across the country with leaders highlighting the importance of spreading Prophet Muhammad's (PBUH) teachings among people.
Prime Minister Imran said the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) must be disseminated to promote peace, tranquility and interfaith harmony across the world, Radio Pakistan reported."Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) established the state of Madina with justice, fraternity and equality [and it] remains a role model for the entire world,"
well IMRAN STOP QUOTING HADITH.. & STOP TALKING SHIT
No Hadith there is whole lot of shit in it Imran .. SO READ QURAN,, and learn from it who Prophet of Islam was .. where Medina was and where Mecca was.. and stop drinking zam zam water and smoking pot....
.. many of your recent pictures shows the sign of glassy eye pot smoking and watch what you said and watch your own face in this
You changed man.. you changed