The noble beard and hair of the holy Prophet Muhammad (Sakal-i Sherif) was opened to visit in New World Mosque in Clifton city of New Jersey.
Muslims in New Jersey, with the highest Turkish population in the United States, visited the mosque to see Sakal-i Sherif.
Some visitors cried out of love for Prophet Muhammad while others prayed for him.
It is one of the miracles of Islam that the relics of Holy Prophet have been preserved and exist in the same condition with no decay. These relics are preserved at some places which also include Topaki Palace Museum in Turkey.
Prophet Muhammad during his Hajj pilgrimage had distributed his hair to his companions. The companions kept them sacredly and passed over to next generation. Passing from generations to generations many such hair are available now and kept with high dignity in many parts of the world.
Sakal-i Sherif will be at Fatih Mosque in Brooklyn on the day of Laylat al-Qadr, which means 'Night of Power', when the first verses of the Qur'an were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.