TEHRAN (Defapress) - Stating the all countries throughout the world are duty bound to convey the message of Islam, Islamic Republic of Iran is forerunner in this divine path.
News ID: 83118
Publish Date: 11March 2021 - 02:14
Speaking in a meeting of the Guardians Council on Wed., Ayatollah Ahmad Jannati Secretary of the Guardians Council congratulated the arrival of Prophet Muhammad's 1st revelation (Eid al-Mab’ath).
The Holy Prophet of Islam Hazrat Muhammad (S) is the supreme human being and creature of the God Almighty who brought mankind out of darkness.
He added that the Holy Prophet of Islam Hazrat Muhammad (S) was the one who saved the mankind from oppression, ignorance and corruption, adding, “In the darkest point of the time when people had immersed in ignorance and darkness, the Prophet Muhammad (S) conveyed the divine message and guided mankind from darkness to the light.”
Elsewhere in his remarks, Ayatollah Jannati stated that Prophet Muhammad (S) stood alone against idolatry and polytheism and united people with one another.
Undoubtedly, the human race is indebted to Prophet Muhammad (S) and “we thank God for making us the descendants of his nation.”
Today, as a result of spread and influence of media and social networks, all Islamic countries are duty bound to spread the message of Islam throughout the world, he said, adding, “Islamic Republic is also a pioneer in this direction and domestic media especially IRIB has taken good and effective measures in this regard which should be accelerated.”
Secretary of the Guardians Council emphasized If the message of Islam and Prophet of Islam Hazrat Muhammad (S) is properly explained and clarified to people around the world, almost all people will receive the message wholeheartedly in order to get rid of path of darkness.
Prophet Muhammad's first revelation was an event described in Islamic tradition as taking place in 610 AD, during which Islam's Prophet was visited by the angel Jibrīl, known as Gabriel in English, who revealed to him the beginnings of what would later become the Qur’an.