Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was such an outstanding personality that even after his death he continues to shed his blessed light on the entire Muslim world. On the 12th-17th of the month of Rabi-ul-Awal, Muslims celebrate the birthday of the Prophet Muhammad and the Week of Muslim Unity, which is especially relevant in today’s world. Unity Week is dedicated to the unity of Sunnis and Shiites, which is celebrated during the third month of the month of Rabi al-Awwal. This week provides a good opportunity to examine more closely the need for solidarity and unity in the Islamic world, especially in this time of strife and chaos. Although Muslims of different religions differ in some opinions and rulings, they have many things in common, such as belief in one God, the Holy Book, the Prophet and the same Qibla, in addition, Muslims in a place perform important acts of worship such as prayer, fasting , hajj, zakat, etc.