In separate messages addressed to the leaders of the Islamic countries, the President of the Islamic Republic of Iran congratulated the arrival of the blessed birthday of Prophet Muhammed (PBUH), the prophet of peace, friendship, and purity.

Iran Press/Iran NewsHassan Rouhani in this message has emphasized that the life of the Holy Prophet of Islam (PBUH) has always been illuminating the path of mankind in the dark and guiding it to the high spiritual and luminous horizons of humanity, adding, "Following the path and tradition of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) and the use of the Qur'an and his heavenly miracles, can be a way for human beings to face all kinds of problems, differences, and misfortunes in the world".

The congratulatory message of the President reads, "The Holy Prophet of Islam is a model of morality and mercy for the worlds, and insulting such a noble person is an insult to values, morality, and freedom, and support for the insulters, support for vileness and desecration will mean supporting extremism. The Islamic Republic of Iran strongly condemns such an act, and we expect Islamic countries to condemn such foolish acts".

In this message, Rouhani also expressed hope that thanks to this blessed birthday, we would be able to accelerate the fight against COVID-19 and witness the eradication and treatment of coronavirus worldwide.

The President added in his message, "I am confident that with each other's help, the difficult days that this devastating disease has befallen the world will soon be over and the health and prosperity of life will return to all humanity, especially the people of Islamic countries".

The birthday anniversary of the Holy Prophet of Islam, Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH), is being celebrated by Muslims throughout the world. This year's celebration comes amid the Islamophobic wave raging after reprinting of the insulting cartoons of the Prophet in France


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