Bahrain to celebrate Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) birthday on Friday

There will be a religious celebration at Al Fateh Grand Mosque

Bahrain to celebrate Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) birthday on Friday

Bahrain is set to celebrate Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) birthday on Friday, with a special ceremony at the Al Fateh Grand Mosque.

The Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments and the Supreme Council for Islamic Affairs (SCIA) will hold the religious celebration after Isha prayers on November 8.

Ali Salah Omar will recite verses of the Quran before Justice, Islamic Affairs and Endowments Minister Shaikh Khalid bin Ali bin Abdulla Al Khalifa delivers a speech.

Court of Cassation Judge, SCIA member Shaikh Rashid bin Hassan Al-Buainain and SCIA member, Shaikh Mansour Ali Hamada, will also address the ceremony.

Prophet Muhammad’s (PBUH) birthday is a public holiday in Bahrain, and after this there is just one left in 2019.

On Monday December 16, the Kingdom will celebrate National Day. We’ll keep you up to date on all the events planned here on Time Out.

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