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Eid Milad Un Nabi

Eid Milad Un Nabi: Why is the birth of Prophet Muhammad on the birthday of Shia-Sunni differences ...

  
On the date the 'Eid Melad the prophet' is celebrated, on that date, the birth and death of the Prophet only considers Sunni community, not Shia.

  
Prophet Muhammad was the last Prophet of Allah (Rasool). He was born in the city of Mecca. Based on the history of Islam on the date of their birth Muslims divided into two denominations 'Sunni and Shia' separately believe. 'Eid Milad, those prophets' is celebrated on the 12th of Rabi-Al-Awal, the third month of Islam, which is also called 'twelve Wafaat'. The word 'wafaat' means the death.
  

It is believed that the twelve months of 'Rabi ul Awal' in which the Prophet Mohammad was ill and he had become a liar for 'Arab Wafaat'.

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Eid Milad Un Nabi : 

'12 Wafaat 'i.e.' Eid Milad, those prophets' is considered as the day of birth and death of the Prophet. It is believed that on the 12th day of Rabi-Al-Awwal, Prophet Muhammad had departed from the world. On the date the 'Eid Melad the prophet' is celebrated, on that date, the birth and death of the Prophet only considers Sunni community, not Shia.

  
According to the Sunni community, the birth of the Prophet- Mecca, Sun 570, 12th day of the third month.

According to the Sunni community, the death of the Prophet - Madina, in 632

  
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Eid Milad Un Nabi Madina
Eid Milad Un Nabi Madina 

 According to the Shia community, the birth of the Prophet- Mecca, 17 'Rabi ul Awal' (third month)

According to the Shia community, the Prophet's Wafaat- Medina, 28 'Safar' (second month).

  
Why the differences on the date of birth and death?

In both communities, the reason for this conflict is to believe in their own ali mans, researchers, customs, queens (reporter). Shia believes that the dates stated by her quotes are correct. Their researchers claim that the Prophet's family has assumed the date of their birth as 17 'Rabi ul Awwal'.

  
Sunni communities believe in their peers, researchers, customs, queens (reporter). They consider the dates stated by the side of their names as correct.
  

The two communities are not ready to accept the dates stated by each other's researchers as correct. Both cite their own books. Therefore, Shia-Sunni celebrates the birth and death of Prophet Muhammad on different dates.
  

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Unity Week

Ayatollah Khomeini, who was considered the largest Ali of Shi'ah, also called the 'Rabi ul Awal' i.e. five days on the occasion of the celebration of the date of birth of the Prophet, on the occasion of celebrating the date of birth of the Prophet (peace be upon him). In Iran, these five days were called Unity Week.
 
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Where is the difference between the two communities?

Separate opinion in the Sunni and Shia communities is on their heirs after the Prophet. The Sunnis believe that after the Prophet, the leader of the Muslims becomes Hazrat Abu-Bakar. After Abu Bakr, after Hazrat Umar, Umar, after Hazrat Usman and Usman, Hazrat Ali According to Sunnis, these four people are called Khalifa.
  

According to the Shiite community, according to the Sunnis, all the three Caliphs considered after the Prophet, Abu Bakr, Umar and Usman consider Muslims to be political leaders, but do not consider these three as Khalifa from the religious perspective.
  

This community considers 'imam' not 'Khalifa' after the Prophet. According to them, Hazrat Ali (the son-in-law of the Prophet) became the Rehabilitator of the misery after Rasul. The Shi'as believe that the first Imam was Hazrat Ali. Hussein, the younger son of Ali Ali's older son Hassan and the third daughter of Ali Ali. The third Imam, after Hussein, remained the same as 12 total imams. There is a difference between the modalities and prayers of both communities.

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