Monastir: A regional procession to celebrate the birth of the noble prophet Ashraf, the first commissioner, Tariq Al-Bakoush, in the presence of the Secretary General of State, Bashir Attia, and the regional director of religious affairs in Monastir, Fawzi Essid, in the presence of accredited gentlemen, and the presence of a group of regional officials and representatives of organizations and civil society, this evening, Sunday, October 17, 2021 In the Bourguiba al-Hanafi mosque in Monastir, a regional procession celebrates the birth of the Prophet, the Noble Prophet, 12 Rabi 'al-Awwal 1443 AH, corresponding to Monday, October 18, 2021. The Wilayat of Monastir revives this religious occasion every year and has maintained its renewal due to its historical dimensions which consolidate our true Islamic religion and Due to its ideological and moral dimensions, following the generosity of our Noble Messenger, besides being a great occasion eler the meanings of moderation and moderation and embody the spiritual and human values of the true Islamic religion that our prophet Muhammad, God bless him and grant him peace, affirmed with his morals and relationships as a model for Muslims to bind brotherly relationships, love and cooperation, and to reject manifestations of violence and division. This regional celebration was inaugurated with the recitation of verses from the Holy Quran, the recitation of Imam Fathi Bouslameh, the prayers of the Imam of Tarawih in the Bourguiba mosque, then the supplication of Sheikh Muhammad Murad Al-Zaili, the imam of a preacher of the Bourguiba.Al-Hanafi mosque and listening to a sermon titled "Old guidance, the creatures are Zia" presented by Imam Al-Khatib at the Great Mosque of the two coasts, Lotfi Aziz, where he has addressed in his sermon the characteristics and behavior of the Messenger of God, calling to follow the Sunnah of the beloved Mustafa and to imitate his qualities, which is an example of behavior, morals and morals. The regional celebration of the Prophet's birthday ended by honoring a group of mosque leaders and imams in a number of government mosques in Monastir. .