Muslims Give Out 1,000 Roses In Protest
On the 13th of October 2012, a Birmingham-based Islamic group set out to protest in respect of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), by giving out roses to the public.
More than 30 young British Muslim volunteers from the BelovedMuhammad group organised a peaceful event in which 1,000 roses were given out to non-Muslims and Muslims alike in protest over the recent attacks on Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Volunteers spent their day preparing the roses, and began giving them out (free of charge of course), around the Birmingham City Centre to both Muslims and non-Muslims.
Each rose contained a message sharing the message of love and peace.
The group received an excellent response from the public.
BelovedMuhammad is a new non-profit society that aims to raise awareness of the love, peace and mercy through following the example of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).