Arab, Muslim Worlds to Mark Prophet's Birthday on Monday
Muslims around the world will mark on Monday the birth anniversary of Islam’s Prophet Mohammad (PBUH).
Many Arab countries have pronounced the day a public holiday.
The Prophet Mohammad was born in 570 AD in Mecca, and died on June 8, 632 in Medina.
Unlike other Muslim countries, Saudi Arabia, which maintains a strict school of Islamic thought, does not mark the occasion with festivities – Albawaba.com
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