Birthday of Holy Prophet Muhammad celebrated
in London, 2 May 1939
(The Islamic Review, July 1939, inside of
The Muslim Society in Great Britain, under the chairmanship of
Mr Ismail De-Yorke, Bar-at-Law, celebrated the birthday of the Holy
Prophet at the Grand Hall, Portman Rooms, Baker Street, Central
London, on 2 May 1939.
Abdullah Yusuf Ali, the famous translator
of the Holy Quran into English, made a speech on this occasion under
the title The Prophets Services to the cause of human morality.
Ambassadors from Muslim countries attended the function.
The Imam of the Woking Muslim Mission, M. Aftab-ud-Din Ahmad, is
seated on the stage, third from the right.