Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi

26 Feb

12th of Rabi-ul-awal[Rub-ee-yul-Uh-wull]

Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi[ Eed-ee-Mil-aad-don-Nabee]

This is no biggie for you guys but it is a real big biggy for us muslims!

It’s the day our best and last prophet was born!

It is his date of birth!

FORGET THIS PART[I removed it]

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19 Responses to “Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi”

  1. maplewood425 February 27, 2010 at 6:23 PM #

    are you on now? if you are go on plum panther in downtown
    Tay~Maybe you are not on right NOW but I am 😉 I ain’t on Fantage but I will go right now.

  2. maplewood425 February 27, 2010 at 6:36 PM #

    still on…

  3. dizzy2154 February 28, 2010 at 2:04 AM #

    In my Catholic culture there is one God but three ppl inside of him: the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. I’m not trying to say your religions wrong..4 all we no..we could both be wrong!

    ~Tay~Good point 😀 we both COULD be wrong! But I KNOW our prophet was Prophet Muhammad[S.A.W] And there is ONE God and NO one in him. And we cannot see him.

    • dizzy2154 March 1, 2010 at 1:13 PM #

      We cant see him either.

    • MelissaMusicBear8 March 13, 2010 at 10:49 AM #

      What does “S.A.W.” mean? Never heard of that one before.

      I don’t know if Dizzy2154 means “inside of him.” The Christian doctrine teaches the unity of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit as one Godhead. Christians refer to God as a “He,” [although we cannot possibly know that God is male] ‘because of the Jesus role.’

      • TaylorSeptembear46 March 13, 2010 at 7:14 PM #

        S.A.W stands for: Salla la hu Alay hee Wasalam
        LOL! U might not undersand it Lemme just say it is Arabic for “Peace be upon Him”
        Even Muslims Say “He” To Allah. God is Nor Male Nor Female He is God

  4. The(Melody)Blog - Brett February 28, 2010 at 3:31 AM #

    Uhm…. Sorry I felt like commenting on your site but I don’t know what to say to this because I am not Muslim. I am Christian. But I do agree Jesus is not a god. He’s a saint kinda. Anyways, nice blog.
    ~Tay~Thanx. Hi u must be new on my blog. Welcome! On this blog just relax and HAVE FUN!

    • MelissaMusicBear8 March 13, 2010 at 10:39 AM #

      Christians believe that Jesus is God’s divine son who was birthed by Mary to deliver salvation to the world (he’s the Messiah). Or something like that. The Trinity is made up of the Father, the Son, and the Holy Spirit. There are some “Mysteries” in the faith, the Joyful Mysteries, the Sorrowful Mysteries, the Glorious Mysteries, and the Mysteries of Light (the Luminous Mysteries), because no one can be sure of everything.

      Because all of the world’s three Monotheistic (believing in one god) religions are so old, faith is what keeps followers believing. Jews are still waiting for the Messiah, Christians wait for the return of Jesus (“Christ” comes from the Greek word christos which means “Messiah.” It was originally a title given to Him, not part of His name.), and Muslims believe that the Prophet Muhammed is Allah’s (Arabic word for “God”) messenger (Muhammed ((Muslims say “Peace be upon him” after saying his name)) went up a mountain to pray one day, and the angel Gabriel appeared to him and said “Recite!” Then Muhammad, “P.B.U.H.,” started spurting out words believed to be Allah’s.)

      So there’s your semi-boring lecture on some religion!

      ¡MelissaMusicBear8 es inteligente! :mrgreen: LOL!

      • TaylorSeptembear46 March 13, 2010 at 7:12 PM #

        No Mary[ Hazrat Mariam is what u may also call her] Wanted a son so Angel Gabriel[Jibraeel] Granted her wish[Hazrat Mariam was not married] Jesus was one prophet too he was HAzrat Isa I think Jesus is Hazrat Isa.
        I don’t really remember these stories so yh…
        About the So called “Semi-boring’ lecture it was NOT BORING! I know that story and I would be happy to tell u the whole story, Just comment and ask me if you want.
        Yes Prophet Muhammad[S.A.W] WAS on of Allahs Messengers to Spread Islam!

  5. ♥Liljade♥ March 2, 2010 at 10:15 AM #

    You Know what cyboy somtimes you should keep your “opinions” to yourself and stop critisising peoples religons you know that is very offensive
    Cy~Hmm…You right.After checkin’ out all my comments, I will remove that part. And will never do this again!

  6. maplewood425 March 2, 2010 at 2:23 PM #

    Cyboy, this is offense to some people. Not everyone is this relgion. Like me… Seriously you shoulddelete this. And, im not goingto be updating your site anymore. I have a life too!
    Tay~uhh…I deleted it. Uhh….I never said u don’t have life? Whaat did I do that your sayin’ that?

  7. MelissaMusicBear8 March 12, 2010 at 10:11 AM #

    Do you fast on Ramadan, or are you too young or something?

    Just curious. :mrgreen:

    • TaylorSeptembear46 March 13, 2010 at 1:37 AM #

      I am not too young, It’s just I don’t do it 😛 I will probally do it next time.

  8. fudgyswirl March 12, 2010 at 11:50 AM #

    Hey, in school we’re learning about different religions and one we’re studying is Islam. I wanted to ask you how your calendars work. I know that they are lunar and start the year “Muhammad” escaped to Medina. Like, how many days are in your months and calendars? What are the months? My teacher doesn’t know and we’re curious.

    • TaylorSeptembear46 March 13, 2010 at 1:44 AM #

      Muhammad is our holy Propeht we are supposed to call him Prophet MUhammad[P.B.U.H] Idk if u guys have to but we have to respect him so yh…
      Our callenders work like January till December but for example there is one called “Ramadaan” and well the WHOLE month of Ramadaan we wake up early in the mornin’ to do breakfast call “Sehri” and we fast[dn’t eat anything] until dinner time or and we don’t drink anythin’ either. It’s to feel how poor ppl feel as they don’t have food and all.
      In the Islamic Calender there are ALSO 12 months.
      If you wanna know the months here they are:
      Muharram
      Safar
      Rabi-ul-awal[The month when our prophet was born]
      Rabi-us-sani
      Jamadi-ul-Ullah
      Jamadi-us-Sani
      Rajab
      Shabaan
      Ramadaan
      Shawal
      Dul-Qaad
      Dul-Hajj
      If u have anythin’ else to ask, I’m the one 😉
      Even if u want to learn Urdu 😛

      • MelissaMusicBear8 March 13, 2010 at 10:15 AM #

        lol That’s interesting! Funny, we’re also learning about different religions too.

        What’s the Kabaa? All we know is that it’s a Holy black box building thing.

        Our class was reading about Islam, and we were fascinated to learn that “it goes against the true spirit of Islam for women to cover their entire face (‘cept their eyes) with cloth (IDK really what it’s called). Many women wear headscarves to show their religious devotion to Allah.” We were asking questions and discussing it, and one girl said she heard a story about how this woman was walking along a sidewalk with her husband, and her dress thing slipped back for a second and her husband saw another man looking at her ankle, and when they got home he beat her. 😮 We were like, “It’s an ankle!” What do you think about that?

        How come you speak English? I don’t mean to be stereotypical, but like don’t you speak Arabic (or “Urdu?”) My Mom was commenting the other day about how the entire world seems to speak English, lol.

      • TaylorSeptembear46 March 13, 2010 at 7:07 PM #

        It’s not a black box building thing,
        It’s the house of OUR God[He does not LIVE their] And we don’t see God[Allah] And we neve can[Maybe we can in the Day of Judgement]
        And when we pray we have to be Facing the Ka’aba.
        The “Cloth is Called” Hijab I think.
        Yes they wear headsccarves. Muslims SHOULD wear that.[Girls ‘Course]
        I don’t know that story.
        Well I am not Arabic And Arabic people ALSO speak English.
        I speak Urdu I was born in Pakistan so yh…

  9. MelissaMusicBear8 March 21, 2010 at 6:24 AM #

    Okay interesting! 😉

    What does “yh” mean? Never heard’a that one before.

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