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Updated: Jan 15

By Huzaifa Ahmed, one of our Youth volunteers and member of our Brothers Youth Council

السلام عليكم ورحمة الله وبركاته

My family and I just returned from the Mohamed Hoblos event at IPC Jame Masjid and I think it’s best to share my honest opinions about the event. First, I would like to say how impressed I am with the progress this masjid and its community have made over the last few years, from building the new masjid to now having a full-time school that offers hifz and academics for students. The fact they can bring huge speakers such as Brother Hoblos and Ustadh Abu Tammiyah makes me think how hard the management must’ve been working for the past few years. 

Brother Hoblos’ talk was amazing as expected. He said many things that made me and the people around me think and reflect on our lives. I made the right choice by coming about an hour before the Isha Salah. I was surprised that most of the people came in around 10 minutes before Isha started and as a result, the entire masjid was full. When I looked back I saw many people pushing against the door trying to come into the new masjid even though it was full. 

Alhamdulilah the volunteers were able to calm things down. There were moments in the talk where the speaker would ask everyone to stand up and shake each other's hands and embrace one another to further strengthen brotherhood amongst JMM’s community. The overall topic of his talk was a reminder to fear Allah more than anything and to give a perspective of how high our fear should be he told the story of a companion of the Prophet Mohammed (Peace be upon him) Abdullah ibn Hudhafa (may Allah be pleased with him). 

I had never heard the story of this Sahabah before so it was interesting to hear the experiences of the Sahabah and what cruelty they went through just for being a believer in Allah and a follower of his prophet. I highly recommend reading up on his story as it really gives a new perspective on the one life we have to give to Allah. 

After the talk, the brother allowed for a few questions to be asked and even with small questions he would go very in-depth with his answers. Then, someone asked a question regarding the parents to which he became very serious and started to remind everyone that no matter how your parents behave towards you, you must treat them with respect because they have sacrificed everything for you to be where you are right now. He talked about how even if you think your parents treat you wrongly, you again have no right to think badly of them. He said that everything your parents do for you is because they love you. He went on about this topic for a very long time. 

This was the last question before he allowed the brothers to come up and give their salams to him and his team. I got to meet him and he was very nice and had a big smile on his face when I shook his hand. Shortly after I gave my salam, a brother went up to Brother Hoblos and whispered that he was ready to give his shahdah! Brother Hoblos said the shahadah and told the brother to repeat after him. After doing the shahadah, Brother Hoblos decided it was time to leave so he was escorted out by his team. 

I would like to thank JMM’s management for assembling this event and hope for more like these in the future.


Updated: Jan 15

By: Ayesha Qaiser, one of our Youth volunteers and member of the Sisters Youth Council

Brother Mohamed Hoblos is an Australian Islamic preacher and motivational speaker. On December 29, 2023, IPC Jame Masjid Mississauga, had the honour of having Brother Hoblos come in as a guest speaker to speak on the revival of Imaan. A few topics that were discussed include actions by intention, the story of Abdullah ibn Hudhafah (RA), the emperor of Byzantine, and how the Quran serves as guidance.

Actions by intention is from the Hadith narrated on the authority of Umar ibn al-Khattab (RA), who said: I heard the Messenger of Allah (PBUH), say, "Actions are according to intentions, and everyone will get what was intended. Whoever migrates with an intention for Allah and His Messenger, migration will be for the sake of Allah and His Messenger. And whoever migrates for worldly gain or to marry a woman, then his migration will be for the sake of whatever he migrated for." (Bukhari & Muslim). One can learn from this that it is important to set the right intention as it precedes the action completed.

The story of Abdullah ibn Hudhafah (RA) and the emperor of Byzantine, in short, is about how upon capture by the Byzantines, he was brought in front of the emperor who tried to bribe and threaten him into revoking his faith in Allah (SWT) and his Messenger (PBUH) and becoming Christian instead. However, Abdullah ibn Hudhafah (RA) remained steadfast in his faith and did not allow the tyranny of the emperor to faze him. The story inspires one to prioritize their faith in Allah (SWT) instead of materialistic things and to not let worldly life distract them from the straight path.

Surah Al-Fatihah is the opening Surah of the Quran and is recited multiple times during Salah. The 6th verse of Surah Al-Fatihah translates to, “Guide us along the Straight Path.” The request for guidance is answered by the 2nd verse of Surah Al-Baqarah which translates to, “This is the Book about which there is no doubt, a guidance for those conscious of Allah.” This tells us that the Quran should be the first place we look to when needing guidance.

The topics talked about preached for the revival of faith within the hearts of listeners, through setting correct intentions, not getting distracted by worldly desires, and turning to the Quran for guidance, among the other topics discussed.

We would like to express our gratitude to Br. Mohammed Hoblos for coming to our masjid and giving us some important inspiration about how to continue with our faith. We all learnt a lot from his talk, and we have been inspired to better ourselves.


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Event Details:

📅 Date: Sunday, March 3, 2024

🕚 Time: 11:00 AM to 4:00 PM

🕌 Venue: Jame Masjid Mississauga (5761 Coopers Ave Mississauga ON L4Z 1R9)

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This event aims to create a platform where individuals seeking matrimonial alliances can meet and interact in a respectful and conducive setting.

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