Muslims around the world celebrate Eid-e-Milad

India and Pakistan celebrate Prophet Mohammed’s (PBUH) Birthday
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Pakistani Muslims attend celebrations marking Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birthday of Prophet Mohammed, in Karachi on February 5, 2012. Muslims across the world celebrated the birth of the Prophet Mohammed 12 Rabil ul Awal, a month of the Muslim calendar. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Muslims march during celebrations marking Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birthday of Prophet Mohammed, in Lahore on February 5, 2012. Muslims across the world celebrated the birth of the Prophet Mohammed 12 Rabil ul Awal, a month of the Muslim calendar. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani people walk down a decorated street during celebrations marking Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birthday of Prophet Mohammad, in Lahore on February 4, 2012. Muslims across the world celebrated the birth of the Prophet Mohammed 12 Rabil ul Awal, a month of Muslim calendar. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian Muslims look at a float depicting New Delhi's Kutub Minar during a Muslim procession through the Jamlpur area of Ahmedabad on February 5, 2012. Thousands of Muslims turned out for a march through the streets of Ahmedabad to commemorate Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of the Prophet Mohammed. Although home to a Hindu majority, India has a Muslim population of some 150 million, making it the state with the second-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian Muslims look at a float depicting the replica of Ahmedabad's founder 'Badshah No Haziro' during a Muslim procession through the Jamlpur area of Ahmedabad on February 5, 2012. Thousands of Muslims turned out for a march through the streets of Ahmedabad to commemorate Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of the Prophet Mohammed. Although home to a Hindu majority, India has a Muslim population of some 150 million, making it the state with the second-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Muslims gather during celebrations marking Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of Prophet Mohammed, in Quetta on February 5, 2012. Muslims across the world celebrated the birth of the Prophet Mohammed 12 Rabil ul Awal, a month on the Muslim calendar. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian Muslim children shout religious slogans during an Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi procession in the Old quarters of New Delhi on Feburary 5, 2012. Thousands of Muslims turned out for a march through the streets of downtown Delhi to commemorate Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of the Prophet Mohammed. Although home to a Hindu majority, India has a Muslim population of some 150 million, making it the state with the second-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian Muslims hold religious flags as they shout religious slogans during an Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi procession in the Old quarters of New Delhi on Feburary 5, 2012. Thousands of Muslims turned out for a march through the streets of downtown Delhi to commemorate Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of the Prophet Mohammed. Although home to a Hindu majority, India has a Muslim population of some 150 million, making it the state with the second-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia. (AFP/Getty Images)
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An Indian man takes a photo of his child on top of a float with a miniature replica of a local Muslim shrine as he participates in a Muslim procession through old Delhi on February 5, 2012. Thousands of Muslims turned out for a march through the streets of downtown Delhi to commemorate Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of the Prophet Mohamed. Although home to a Hindu majority, India has a Muslim population of some 150 million, making it the state with the second-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian men take photos of miniature replicas of local Muslim shrines during a Muslim procession through old Delhi on February 5, 2012. Thousands of Muslims turned out for a march through the streets of downtown Delhi to commemorate Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of the Prophet Mohamed. Although home to a Hindu majority, India has a Muslim population of some 150 million, making it the state with the second-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian men participating in a Muslim march through old Delhi on February 5, 2012, raise their arms in the hope of catching one of the tangerines being handed out from a truck adorned with a large image of the Masjid Nabi or 'the Prophet's Mosque' that was built by the Islamic prophet Muhammad, situated in the city of Medina, in Saudi Arabia. Thousands of Muslims turned out for a march through the streets of downtown Delhi to commemorate Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of the Prophet Mohamed. Although home to a Hindu majority, India has a Muslim population of some 150 million, making it the state with the second-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia. (AFP/Getty Images)
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People walk in a decorated street during the celebrations marking Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birthday of Prophet Mohammad, in Lahore on February 4, 2012. Muslims across the world celebrated the birth of the Prophet Mohammed. (AFP/Getty Images)
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A Pakistani man decorates the dome of a mosque during celebrations marking Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birthday of Prophet Mohammad, in Karachi on February 2, 2012. Muslims across Pakistan will celebrate the birth of the Prophet Mohammed on February 5. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Muslims cross a decorated street during Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi celebrations, the birthday of Prophet Mohammad, in Karachi on February 4, 2012. Muslims across the world celebrated the birth of the Prophet Mohammed 12 Rabil ul Awal, a month of the Muslim calendar. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Pakistani Muslims march during celebrations marking Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of Prophet Mohammed, in Quetta on February 5, 2012. Muslims across the world celebrated the birth of the Prophet Mohammed 12 Rabil ul Awal, a month on the Muslim calendar. (AFP/Getty Images)
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Indian Muslims hold religious flags as they shout religious slogans during an Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi procession in the Old quarters of New Delhi on February 5, 2012. Thousands of Muslims turned out for a march through the streets of downtown Delhi to commemorate Eid-e-Milad-un-Nabi, the birth of the Prophet Mohammed. Although home to a Hindu majority, India has a Muslim population of some 150 million, making it the state with the second-largest Muslim population in the world after Indonesia. (AFP/Getty Images)