UAE made this announcement regarding the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad.


Government and private sector employees in the United Arab Emirates are being given leave for more than a week. This holiday will be available till October 21. This date is being celebrated as the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad.

News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Mohit Saxena | Updated on: 12 Oct 2021, 10:12:30 AM

UAE announced on the birth anniversary of Prophet Mohammed. (Photo Credit: Symbolic Photo)

New Delhi:

Government and private sector employees in the United Arab Emirates are being given leave for more than a week. This holiday will be available till October 21. This date is being celebrated as the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad. This has been confirmed by the government of the Emirates. The official media channel of the United Arab Emirates, WAM, said that the date of the holiday was announced in December last year, but on Sunday issued a circular for government employees and informed about it. Apart from this, for people working in the private sector, the Ministry of Human Resource Development of the UAE has also informed about giving paid leave on October 21.

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holiday as memorial day

December 1 will be a holiday as Memorial Day to pay respect to the country’s army. On the other hand, December 2 and 3 are national holidays in the UAE. This day is remembered as the union of the UAE in 1971.

Prophet Mohammed’s birth anniversary

The birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad is celebrated on the 12th day of Rabi Al Awwal. In Arabic this holiday is known as Eid Mawlid Al Nabawi. This holiday is seen more as an observance of Islamic rules than a celebration. On this day Muslims express their commitment by fasting or reciting the Quran.

According to the Georgian calendar, Prophet Muhammad was born in 570 AD. The birthplace of the Prophet is Mecca in Saudi Arabia. The date is not completely clear according to this calendar. However, Muslims give special importance to the 12th day of the Islamic month Rabi al-Awwal, the birth anniversary of the Prophet Muhammad.



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First Published : 12 Oct 2021, 10:09:55 AM

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