In todays world there are a highly motivated minority who want to abuse the Messenger and his followers. Most of these misguided people use their mainstream media ownership and contacts to get their mischief spread around the world.
Do not get angry, get even by promoting Islam. Use the attention created to tell the world #WhoIsMohammed? There is huge interest now in Mohammed and Islam worldwide, thanks to Islamophobic mainstream media. Let’s use this interest to tell the world #WhoIsMohammed? and why we are devoted to him and love him above all others.
To focus your effort and get maximum exposure, we suggest that every Jumah (Friday) you use hashtag #WhoIsMohammed? and say a few words about The Prophet Mohammed and why we love him. Lets get together and trend this hashtag in a worldwide wave of publicity every Friday from Jakarta to Los Angeles. To ensure maximum exposure please use only this hashtag. Using other variations will dilute our effort. The aim is to trend via social media once a week, every week.
You can tweet about the qualities of Prophet Mohammed (Pbuh), his Sunnah, his life, his generosity, his mercy or why you love him and love the things he did or said etc. Taking part will spread the message of Islam and the greatest Prophet Mohammed Sullallahu Alaihi Wasallam.
Start posting, tweeting and retweeting after Fajir of every Friday until end of the day. InshaAllah millions will see #WhoIsMohammed? every month. Make it part of your Jumah day routine, devote a few minutes every few hours to posting and tweeting #WhoIsMohammed? InshaAllah you will get Ajir from remembering and promoting #WhoIsMohammed? May Allah (swt) give us all the motivation to follow the Sunnah of Mohammed (Pbuh), patience and goodwill towards all mankind.
Best of luck and may Allah (swt) bestow his barakah and blessing on you and your family for taking part in spreading this message. Earn Ajir with every tweet, post or article you write. Fulfil your obligation and endeavour for Jihad and Dawah in this most effective manner. Remember that the pen is mightier than the sword. Earn your place in Janat Firdous bit by bit on a daily basis, for there is great reward in repeating small goodwill actions regularly in everyday life.