The Seerat Museum: A Beacon of Knowledge and Unity

The Seerat Museum: A Beacon of Knowledge and Unity

ISLAMABAD – On 13 April 2024 Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif laid the foundation stone for the Seerat Museum. The project aimed at countering Islamophobia and spreading knowledge about the teachings and life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) among people living in Pakistan and abroad.

Groundbreaking Ceremony

The groundbreaking ceremony of the Seerat Museum took place in Islamabad, with the Prime Minister delivering the opening and closing notes of his speech in Arabic, which received huge applause from the audience. The Secretary-General of the Muslim World League, Sheikh Dr. Muhammad bin Abdul Karim Issa, and Saudi Arabia’s Ambassador to Pakistan, Nawaf bin Said Al-Malki, were also present at the event.

Aims and Objectives

The Seerat Museum aims to raise awareness about the life, character, and teachings of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and educate people on how to live their lives and manage relationships with other people. It is expected to play a vital role in combating Islamophobia and disseminating knowledge about the teachings and life of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) among both local and international audiences.

Saudi Arabia’s Support

The Prime Minister expressed gratitude towards Saudi Arabia’s King Salman bin Abdul Aziz. He also thanked Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman for their cooperation. The PM also lauded Saudi Arabia’s help to Pakistan in times of need. He said it was a testament to the kingdom’s deep love and affection. He mentioned that a high-level Saudi delegation would soon visit Pakistan.

The Seerat Museum is a testament to the enduring bonds of friendship. These bonds exist between Pakistan and Saudi Arabia. The museum is a beacon of knowledge. It enlightens people about the Prophet’s teachings. It guides them on how to lead their lives and foster relationships. The museum is expected to dispel misconceptions. It will counteract the negative narrative surrounding the Prophet’s life. With the establishment of the Seerat Museum, the people of Pakistan will never forget Saudi Arabia’s leadership.

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