The traditional sweets known as “Halawat al-Mawlid” seen at Egypt's streets as part of Al-Mawlid al-Nabawi celebration
CAIRO – 15 October 2021: Minister of Defense and Military Production Mohamed Zaki has sent a cable of greetings to President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, the Supreme Commander of the Armed Forces, on the approach of Al-Mawlid al-Nabawi (Prophet Muhammad's birthday anniversary)
In the cable, Zaki wished the president a happy new year in which the country achieves development and prosperity.
Chief of staff Mohamed Farid sent a similar cable to the president.
Both Zaki and Farid sent similar cables to House Speaker Hanafy Ali el- Gebali, President of the Senate Abdel-Wahab Abdel-Razeq, Prime Minister Mostafa Madbouli, Azhar Grand Imam Ahmed el-Tayyeb, Awqaf Minister Mohamed Mokhtar Gomaa, and Grand Mufti Shawqi Allam
Interior Minister Mahmoud Tawfiq also sent a cable of greetings to President Abdel Fattah El Sisi, on the approach of Al-Mawlid al-Nabawi.
In his cable, the interior minister wished more progress and prosperity for the nation on this occasion.
Interior Minister Mahmoud Tawfiq sent a cable of greetings to Prime Minister Moustafa Madbouli on the occasion of Al-Mawled al-Nabawi (anniversary of Prophet Muhammad’s birthday).
In his cable, the interior minister sent his sincere greetings to Madbouli on the occasion
The interior minister also sent similar cables to Speaker of House of Representatives Hanafi Gebali and Speaker of the Senate Abdel Wahab Abdel Razeq.
President Abdel-Fattah El-Sisi wished the Egyptian Muslim communities abroad a happy and blessed Mawlid al-Nabawi, the celebration of Prophet Muhammad’s birthday anniversary, the state-owned news agency MENA reported.
President Sisi's cables of best wishes were posted on their social media pages of the Egyptian communities on Friday.
Millions of Muslims in Egypt and many other countries all around the world are already preparing to celebrate it, as the day will be full of wonderful activities and religious rituals.
A week before the celebration, pastry shops display the traditional sweets known as “Halawat al-Mawlid”, with queues of Egyptian families buying boxes of the sweets and shops decorated with the Mawlid doll and accessories.