Picture Of The Day: Eid Millad-un-Nabi(SAW)

http://karachi.metblogs.com/archives/images/2007/04/EM07-thumb.jpgThis van is a part of the Eid Millad-un-Nabi(SAW) procession taken out from Gulshan-e-Iqbal today to show the love and devotion to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and to celebrate His (SAW) Birthday.

13 Comments so far

  1. A for [pine]apple (unregistered) on April 2nd, 2007 @ 1:05 am

    So the KMB watermark addition is up on pics – great :)

    My Prayers that the day had been taken in its true spirit as well country wide – instead of just rallying around as on 14th augusts …!


  2. Teeth Maestro (unregistered) on April 2nd, 2007 @ 2:42 am

    Cool watermark ;) LOL


  3. zeeshan syed (unregistered) on April 2nd, 2007 @ 6:42 am

    Stupid people!


  4. Hasan Zuberi (unregistered) on April 2nd, 2007 @ 11:15 am

    Putting up a flag and causing a traffic menance, breaking of “loud-speaker” regulations & traffic stop signs was the norm of the day.

    I sincerely wish, instead of “only” rallying, we all muslims should focus on true teachings of Prophet Mohammad (SAW) on tolerance, patience and Sunnah (way of life).


  5. Jogie (unregistered) on April 2nd, 2007 @ 8:29 pm

    Enlarge the pic and we get to see a Gas Cylinder and its rubber tubing available for anyone who wishes to create mischief !!! … is that even legal ?? hmmmm… i wonder …
    would be interesting to know if we have a ruling on this one from the Not-so-Supreme Court…
    Not-So-Supreme cause, the only court that seems to be “Supreme” is the “emperors'” :)


  6. Griffen (unregistered) on April 3rd, 2007 @ 12:26 am

    May be the thing im going to notify iz not related to your topic….
    i want to point out sth,,,my friends say that in Islam Birthday celebrations are not allowed…then why you people celebrate yours Prophets Birthday?…..
    “show the love and devotion to the Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and to celebrate His (SAW) Birthday. ”
    …isnt it the same like a Firaon’s time…when he said to his people to celebrate the “Jashan”(as a eid) on his Birth day?


  7. d0ct0r (unregistered) on April 3rd, 2007 @ 12:57 am

    well we’re innovating the religion after 1400 years… every year new things are added and blindly followed by thousands of ignorant people … every sin will be forgiven except for shirk and bidaat …


  8. wasiq (unregistered) on April 3rd, 2007 @ 2:24 am

    wah wah the DAKAR RALLY….han bhai idher bhi wohi hal hai…..odher baraa sannata hai…..bunder kya janney deggi quormey ka maza…jazak allah


  9. pyroach (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 3:35 am

    It just so happens that I was standing at NIPA chowrangi waiting for a bus on the midnight of 3rd April. There were banners of Eid-Milad-ul-Nabi hanging at the signals behind me, on the footpath.

    Someone, probably the person responsible for the job, came with a sharp hook attached to a long stick in his had and cut the ropes all the banners which fell to the ground and left there as they were.

    The banners had big imprints of Prophet Mohammad (SAW’s)name along with ofcourse the Name of Allah Almighty. THEY WERE LEFT ON THE FOOTPATH!! with unsuspecting pedestrians walking over them.

    Now my question rather comment is, we, the people who celebrate this event, hire professionals to print such material, hang it everywhere, load trucks with loudspeakers and drive them around while the workers are dancing at the back, disturb the traffic and the whole city, use electricity illegally for the lighting; all to pay respect to our Prophet.

    We indulge in huge protests, damage the offices of European companies when forbidden and defaming caricatures are made and what not. But we simply can’t concur to the responsibility of respecting the Prophets name printed on banners when the event (vanity fair) is over. Doesn’t this show the biggest superficiality in faith? Doesn’t this show that these whole festivities were for other purposes..?

    [If the same amount of money and cloth used to make the banners only, was given to an Orphanage, what an Eid would it have been]

    Think about it. Be the judge yourself.


  10. pyroach (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 3:41 am

    It just so happens that I was standing at NIPA chowrangi waiting for a bus on the midnight of 3rd April. There were banners of Eid-E-Milaadul-Nabi hanging at the signals behind me, on the footpath.

    Someone, probably the person responsible for the job, came with a sharp hook attached to a long stick in his had and cut the ropes all the banners which fell to the ground and left there as they were.

    The banners had big imprints of Prophet Mohammad (SAW name) along with ofcourse the Name of Allah Almighty. THEY WERE LEFT ON THE FOOTPATH!! with unsuspecting pedestrians walking over them.

    Now my question (rather comment is), we, the people who celebrate this event, hire professionals to print such material, hang it everywhere, load trucks with loudspeakers and drive them around while the workers are dancing at the back, disturb the traffic and the whole city, use electricity illegally for the lighting; all in the name to pay respect to our Prophet.

    We indulge in huge protests, damage the offices of European companies when forbidden and defaming caricatures are made and what not. But we simply can’t concur to the responsibility of respecting the Prophets name printed on banners when the event (vanity event) is over. Doesn’t this show the biggest superficiality in faith? Doesn’t this show that these whole festivities were for other purposes..?

    [If the same amount of money and cloth used to make the banners only was given to an Orphanage, what an Eid would it have been].

    Lets make the good judgement and incelemtely cull such corruptions from society.


  11. pyroach (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 3:42 am

    It just so happens that I was standing at NIPA chowrangi waiting for a bus on the midnight of 3rd April. There were banners of Eid-E-Milaadul-Nabi hanging at the signals behind me, on the footpath.

    Someone, probably the person responsible for the job, came with a sharp hook attached to a long stick in his had and cut the ropes all the banners which fell to the ground and left there as they were.

    The banners had big imprints of Prophet Mohammad (SAW name) along with ofcourse the Name of Allah Almighty. THEY WERE LEFT ON THE FOOTPATH!! with unsuspecting pedestrians walking over them.

    Now my question (rather comment is), we, the people who celebrate this event, hire professionals to print such material, hang it everywhere, load trucks with loudspeakers and drive them around while the workers are dancing at the back, disturb the traffic and the whole city, use electricity illegally for the lighting; all in the name to pay respect to our Prophet.

    We indulge in huge protests, damage the offices of European companies when forbidden and defaming caricatures are made and what not. But we simply can’t concur to the responsibility of respecting the Prophets name printed on banners when the event (vanity event) is over. Doesn’t this show the biggest superficiality in faith? Doesn’t this show that these whole festivities were for other purposes..?

    [If the same amount of money and cloth used to make the banners only was given to an Orphanage, what an Eid would it have been].

    Lets make the good judgement and incelemtely cull such corruptions from society.


  12. pyroach (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 3:56 am

    It just so happens that I was standing at NIPA chowrangi waiting for a bus on the midnight of 3rd April. There were banners of Eid-E-Milaadul-Nabi hanging at the signals behind me, on the footpath.

    Someone, probably the person responsible for the job, came with a sharp hook attached to a long stick in his had and cut the ropes all the banners which fell to the ground and left there as they were.

    The banners had big imprints of Prophet Mohammad (SAW name) along with ofcourse the Name of Allah Almighty. THEY WERE LEFT ON THE FOOTPATH!! with unsuspecting pedestrians walking over them.

    Now my question (rather comment is), we, the people who celebrate this event, hire professionals to print such material, hang it everywhere, load trucks with loudspeakers and drive them around while the workers are dancing at the back, disturb the traffic and the whole city, use electricity illegally for the lighting; all in the name to pay respect to our Prophet.

    We indulge in huge protests, damage the offices of European companies when forbidden and defaming caricatures are made and what not. But we simply can’t concur to the responsibility of respecting the Prophets name printed on banners when the event (vanity event) is over. Doesn’t this show the biggest superficiality in faith? Doesn’t this show that these whole festivities were for other purposes..?

    [If the same amount of money and cloth used to make the banners only was given to an Orphanage, what an Eid would it have been].

    Lets make the good judgment and inclemently cull such corruptions from society.


  13. pyroach (unregistered) on April 5th, 2007 @ 4:05 am

    It just so happens that I was standing at NIPA chowrangi waiting for a bus on the midnight of 3rd April. There were banners of Eid-E-Milaadul-Nabi hanging at the signals behind me, on the footpath.

    Someone, probably the person responsible for the job, came with a sharp hook attached to a long stick in his had and cut the ropes all the banners which fell to the ground and left there as they were.

    The banners had big imprints of Prophet Mohammad (SAW name) along with ofcourse the Name of Allah Almighty. THEY WERE LEFT ON THE FOOTPATH!! with unsuspecting pedestrians walking over them.

    Now my question (rather comment is), we, the people who celebrate this event, hire professionals to print such material, hang it everywhere, load trucks with loudspeakers and drive them around while the workers are dancing at the back, disturb the traffic and the whole city, use electricity illegally for the lighting; all in the name to pay respect to our Prophet.

    We indulge in huge protests, damage the offices of European companies when forbidden and defaming caricatures are made and what not. But we simply can’t concur to the responsibility of respecting the Prophets name printed on banners when the event (vanity event) is over. Doesn’t this show the biggest superficiality in faith? Doesn’t this show that these whole festivities were for other purposes..?

    [If the same amount of money and cloth used to make the banners only was given to an Orphanage, what an Eid would it have been].

    Lets make the good judgment and inclemently cull such corruptions from society.



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