Yemen News Agency ( SABA)
          Search

Sanaa  with green to celebrate the prophet's birth anniversary

Sanaa with green to celebrate the prophet's birth anniversary

[05/November/2019]

SANAA, Nov. 5 (Saba) – Sana’a is the capital of these days, a green balloon to celebrate the arrival of the Prophet’s birthday anniversary (peace be upon him).

With the advent of the first days of his birth month, houses, buildings, streets and shops in the capital and various governorates were decorated with green and white flags and pictures of the occasion.

The vehicles and means of transport were painted in green, the mottos of the generator and the words of welcoming the anniversary of the birth of the Messengers Muhammad peace be upon him and his family.

Green colors lit up the capital, provinces, streets, shops, businesses, and public and private establishments suspended green chains to decorate the facades of their buildings.

The popular and official preparatory activities continued on the occasion of the Prophet’s anniversary birthday in Sanaa.

The Ministry of Higher Education and Scientific Research held the activities of the Yemeni universities on the occasion of the anniversary of the birth of the Prophet Muhammed, in which Sayyed Abdul Malik Badr al-Din al-Houthi delivered a speech during the occasion.

Al-Jumhouri Teaching Hospital in Sana’a organized a cultural event on the occasion of the Prophet’s anniversary birthday.

As well as the Women’s Committee in Sanaa organized an event on the occasion of the Prophet’s anniversary.

Sanaa governorate witnessed the establishment of many activities, events, seminars, awareness lectures, religious, cultural, literary and sports programs and the implementation of hygiene campaigns in city centers and decorate the streets as signs expressing the joy of the occasion.

The health sector organized a cultural event to commemorate the occasion, as well as the Court of Appeal and the Public Prosecution organized a cultural event to commemorate this great anniversary.

Written by Mona Zaid


  more of (International)