On 23 February, some 800 people gathered at Uranus Hall in Kabul to commemorate Mowlud-e-Sharif, the birthday of Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him and his family). The event, which was hosted by the Ismaili Council for Afghanistan, was attended by poets, scholars, Members of Parliament, government officials and representatives of other communities in Afghanistan.
Mowlud-e-Sharif — also called Milad-un-Nabi, which literally means “birth of the Prophet” — has been hosted annually by the Ismaili Council for Afghanistan since 2002, when Mawlana Hazar Imam established Jamati institutions in the country. Similar ceremonies were also held in Baghlan, Bamyan and Badakhshan, each drawing several hundred attendees.
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