President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih delivered a heartfelt plea to the public on Tuesday, urging them to draw valuable lessons from Hijra and contemplate the journey’s significance and teachings as a means of personal and societal development.
In his message commemorating the Islamic New Year 1445, President Solih extended warm greetings and sincere wishes to the Maldivian people, leaders of Islamic nations, and Islamic organizations.
He highlighted the importance of Hijra, the migration of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and Muslims from Makkah to Madinah in search of happiness and serenity.
President Solih emphasized that the peaceful environment in Madinah enabled the Muslim community to thrive, urging everyone to reflect on the lessons of Hijra during the Islamic New Year.
Continuing his address, President Solih urged Maldivians to construct their nation on a foundation of peace and harmony, aiming to leave a legacy of economic and social prosperity for future generations. He stressed the significance of placing national interests as a top priority.
In conclusion, President Ibrahim Mohamed Solih offered prayers for the Islamic New Year 1445, wishing for blessings and happiness to encompass the Maldives, its people, and the broader Islamic world.