Jalsa Seerat-un-Nabi held across Canada

Syed Mukarram Nazeer, Canada Correspondent

Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Canada held multiple events of Jalsa Seerat-un-Nabi across the country. Below are samples of some of those events held in various places.


Brampton East Imarat held its Jalsa Seerat-un-Nabiat the Mubarak Mosque in Brampton on 22 December 2023.

Jalsa started after the Isha prayer with recitation from the Holy Quran. The primary objective of the event was to recognise and highlight the beautiful aspects of the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammadsa. Several speeches were delivered throughout the event, each focusing on a distinct aspect of the Holy Prophet’ssa blessed character.

A tifl reminded attendees of the compassionate and nurturing way in which Prophet Muhammadsa treated children. A khadim delivered a speech highlighting the exemplary services to humanity inspired by the teachings of Prophet Muhammadsa. A missionary from Brampton East, Asif Arif Sahib, shared the concept of Prophet Muhammadsa as a mercy for all mankind and emphasised the point that a nation’s leader is its servant.

Following the speeches, a 20-minute allocated session for questions and answers provided attendees with an opportunity for further engagement and clarification. This interactive segment allowed for a deeper exploration of the topics presented in the speeches.

Jamaat bookstore was set up, showcasing literature, offering insights into the blessed life of Prophet Muhammadsa.

Jalsa concluded with a silent prayer led by missionary Brampton East, Asfand Suleman Ahmad Sahib.

Ahmadis from all seven halqajaat of Brampton East Imarat attended. In addition, many non-Ahmadi guests also attended the Jalsa. Total event attendance was approximately 400.


A jalsa of all three jamaats of Montreal was held on 17 December at Al-Nusrat Mosque Montreal.
The programme commenced with the recitation from the Holy Quran with its Urdu, English and French translations, followed by a poem and speeches by missionaries Nabil Mirza Sahib, Sohaib Ahmad Sahib, and Raza Shah Sahib, each highlighting various aspects of the blessed life of Prophet Muhammadsa.

Majlis Ansarullah Montreal Centre organised and displayed the Holy Quran Exhibition as well as a bookstall. Guests and Jamaat members visited the exhibition and also bought books. CTV News Montreal reported on the event.

In addition to Ahmadis, 32 non-Ahmadi guests attended the jalsa.


Jamaat-e-Ahmadiyya Bradford East organised Jalsa Seerat-un-Nabi on 19 December.

The formal programme started with the recitation from the Holy Quran with its English and Urdu translations, followed by a poem and the opening speech by Qasim Ghumman Sahib on “The Holy Prophet Muhammadsa: A Perfect Man.”

Another speech was delivered by Ansar Raza Sahib on “Prince of Peace: Holy Prophet Muhammadsa”.

The programme was presided over by Regional Amir Northern Ontario, Jameel Ahmad Sahib. The programme concluded with a silent prayer, followed by Maghrib and Isha prayers.

A total of 85 men and 95 women attended the event in person. A total of 47 families listened to the proceedings virtually.

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