The last Friday of Ramadan is being celebrated in Pakistan. On this occasion, well-known actresses of Pakistan film and TV industry Mawra Hussain and Mansha Pasha released meaningful messages on social media.
On the photo and video sharing app Instagram, Mawra and Mansha shared the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad for her fans.
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Jumma tul Wida Mubarak 🤍 May Allah help us become better human beings, kinder hearts & among those who treat fellow human beings fairly & with respect. It’s never too late to give up bad habits , it’s never too late to look within . All this time & nothing to do, let’s spend it in self analysis & correction. May we never hurt another’s heart, never speak ill behind another’s back & always be the reason of another’s joy. Ameen 🤲🏻 #JummatulWida #RamazanKareem
At the same time, he prayed to God Almighty on the occasion of Jumu’ah al-Wada ‘on Instagram, saying, “We pray to God Almighty to make us a better human being and a Muslim who treats others with kindness.”
“It doesn’t take long to give up bad habits, look inside yourself and try to get rid of the bad from within,” she said.
Maura Hussain said, “Let us all pray that we never do evil to anyone behind their backs, never hurt anyone because of us and always be the cause of happiness of others.”
On the other hand, Mansha Pasha wrote on the micro-blogging site Twitter, informing the fans about the farewell sermon of Prophet Mohammad (PBUH): “O people! Just as you consider Ramadan, this day and this city sacred, so do you consider the lives and property of others as a sacred trust from Allah.
Just as you regard this month, this day, this city as sacred, so regard the life and property of every Muslim as a sacred trust. Return the goods entrusted to you to their rightful owners. Hurt no one so that no one may hurt you.”
– Holy Prophet PBUH #JummatulWida
— manshapasha (@manshapasha) May 22, 2020
“Trustfully return the trust entrusted to you to their rightful owners,” she wrote.
“Don’t hurt anyone so no one can hurt you,” she wrote.