Govt to follow Prophet Muhammad's example in leading Malaysia, says PM

PETALING JAYA: The government will continue to follow the example of the Prophet Muhammad in the Malaysian Family administration, says Datuk Seri Ismail Sabri Yaakob (pic).

The Prime Minister said incentives and policies will be launched by the government so that no one will be left behind in enjoying the prosperity of the country.

“The theme for the celebration this year is 'Manhaj Rabbani, Ummah Berkualiti' which brings us to the norms of life that emphasise the basic principles of mercy, peace, Godliness, devotion and justice.

“All these values are in line with the Malaysian Family concept which emphasises on three main thrusts which is inclusion, togetherness and gratitude in addition to 20 other values such as the practice of compassion, faith, love, affectionate and deliberative,” he said during his Maulidur Rasul address on Tuesday (Oct 19).

Ismail Sabri added that the theme is also in line with the National Unity Policy which focuses on “Unity In Diversity” where national unity and integration have long been practiced in the country.

“This recognition directly contributes towards producing a generation that has a spirit of unity and togetherness as well as mutual respect in line with the concept of the Malaysian Family.

“Communities have to work together and carry out responsibilities as a family,” he said.

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