6th Annual MBOLA Majlis-e-Aza at Wadi-us-Salam
November 10th, 2018
Maulana Sadiq Hasan

Annual MBOLA Majlis-e-Aza at Wadi-us-Salam
December 3rd, 2016
Maulana Hussain Nawab

MBOLA Majlis-e-Aza at Wadi-us-Salam
December 1st, 2013

Dear community member,

Asalam o Alaikum

MBOLA wants to thank all those members who attended the Majlis-e-Aza at the MBOLA graveyard Wadi-Us-Salaam on December 1st, 2013. We are thankful to the community of Los Angeles for their huge presence. MBOLA recognizes and appreciates every single volunteer, advocate and supporter of our vision.

We can all agree that World Renowned Nohakhwan Mir Hasan Mir created an ambiance of sanctity and piety at the graveyard. It was a blessing to have his presence with us.



Past Programs

MBOLA 10 Year Anniversary
May 28th, 2011

Majlis-e-Aza at Wadi-us-Salam
Dec 1st, 2013

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Recent Loss in our Community

July 26th, 2014 - Shafi un Nisa begum
May 23rd, 2014 - Marhoom Syed Hasan Shirazee
May 15th, 2014 - Marhooma Syeda Neelofur Noor Brady
Mar 17th, 2014 - Marhoom Agha Haidar Abbas
Mar 16th, 2014 - Marhooma Shamim Hussain

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Sayings of Nahj-ul-Balagha

O creatures of Allah! Fear Allah and anticipate your death by good actions. Purchase everlasting joy by paying transitory things - pleasures of this world. Get ready for the journey, for you are being driven, and prepare yourselves for death, since it is hovering over you. Be a people who wake up when called, and who know that this world is not their abode, and so have it changed (with the next). (Sermon 64)

If you could see that has been seen by those of you who have died, you would be puzzled and troubled. Then you would have listened and obeyed; but what they have seen is yet curtained off from you. (Sermon 20)

You have seen those who lived before you, amassed wealth, feared poverty and felt safe from its (evil) consequences, the longevity of desires and the (apparent) distance from death. How, then, death overtook them, turned them out of their homelands and took them out of their places of safety. They were borne on coffins, people were busy about them one after another, carrying them on their shoulders and supporting them with their hands. (Sermon 131)