Commentary (IP) - The tyrants of any time cannot tolerate the prophet of Islam, Muhammad (PBUH), and his teachings, since they guide humanity to equality, justice, love, and prosperity.

Iran Press/Iran News: Muhammad, the messenger, was assigned by God to bring people under the single flag of unity over the obedience of Allah the Almighty, based on the Holy Quran.

"Muhammad is the messenger of Allah and those who follow him are strong against Unbelievers, (but) compassionate amongst each other" (Holy Quran: Chapter 48: 29).

This manifests Islam's Prophet's policy in administering the Muslim Ummah, guiding humankind to prosperity and justice. 

By "strong against Unbelievers," he stipulated for those who believed in God not to accept any oppression and avoid any superior power but the superiority of Allah, the Almighty. 

So he always invited people to equality and brotherhood:

All humanity is from Adam and Eve, Arab has no superiority over a non-Arab, nor a non-Arab has power over an Arab; a white has no control over a black, and a black has no control over a white, except by piety and good action. 

He came to stand against the world's arrogant powers who promote racism and practice inequality and taught the divine teaching to the believers in God forever. 

And that has made them enemies of humankind angry with him during history, such that they resort to committing any crime against humanity; the creation of ISIS terrorists and Charlie Hebdo's insults are just two clear and well-known examples today.

No arrogant power and tyrant can tolerate the path Muhammad (PBUH) has put ahead of humankind.

On the other hand, Prophet Mohammad was kind to all, from babies and children to the youth and old, and from girls and women to boys and men.

He put an end to the stygian days of burying girls alive in the Arab ignorant culture of that day. 

And indeed, it was Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) who stood in respect before his daughter Lady Fatima (AS) and kissed her hand to show the sublime position of woman in the world of creation. 

Everywhere in every circle he entered, he used to sit down in the first empty place he saw; he always ordered people to hold the meetings circularly so that no superiority or inferiority was observed in the sites for the participants. 

He used to eat and divide his food with the poor; he was among people and with them and lived like them.

He was gifted by God to humankind, teaching the culture of kindness and loving each other, and giving the lesson of resistance against any tyrant at any time. 

The last Divine Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the messenger of kindness, passed away in his 63, over 1432 years ago on such a day, Safar 28, 11 Hijri.

On Sunday, October 5, 2021, Iran's nation holds mourning rituals throughout the country to commentate on the anniversary of the Holy Prophet Mohammad's (PBUH) demise and the martyrdom of his grandson Imam Hassan al-Mujtaba (AS), the second Shia Imam.

28 Safar marks the sad demise of Holy Prophet Muhammad and martyrdom of his elder grandson, Imam Hassan Mujtaba. 


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