There are very few people in the world who irrespective of their faith, religion, nationality, and race celebrate every festival and event! These are the people who are simply peace-loving, they respect everyone for their choices. No, we are not talking about atheists or people who do not have any faith or respect for any faith at all. But rather we talking about people who have a firm belief on their faith, still have immense respect for other’s faith!
Like there are tons of Sunnis and even Hindus who celebrate the birth of Hazrat Ali (A.S). There are many Sunnis and Hindus who respect the month of Muharram and avoid doing anything and everything that shia wouldn’t do.
So, this month on 13th Rajab everyone in the world celebrated the birth of the beloved Hazrat Ali (a.s)!
Like everyone has their own way of celebrating, some cut cake and some distribute food to the poor. Everyone does it as per they can afford but what these people did was quite surprising and insulting at the same time.
Someone organized «dancers» and called people to celebrated the birth of Hazrat Ali. Not just that but these people even got a billboard for that too.
But later people claimed that this has been a practice for years in Faisalabad!
This is so unfortunate! How can people be so okay doing it on a holy day?!
These men hired three dancers for the celebration and put up a billboard! How wrong.
Faisalabad, Bhawana road, aminpur bangla held these dance night and this is quite upsetting! Indeed, many people are offended by this act and it is going viral on social media.
Are authorities going to take any action against these people?
Since it’s the Islamic Republic of Pakistan and everyone equally respects every faith anyone who does otherwise and offends people’s sentiments has to pay a price.
Maybe it’s high time that authorities should take strict measures for people like these, so anyone who tries doing such a thing would think about multiple times!
What do you guys think about this? Do you think it’s wrong? Let us know in the comments below!