Imam Ibrahim Hindy was born in raised in Mississauga. His thirst for Islamic knowledge began at a young age of 14, and led him to travel the world and attending the study circles of many scholars in Egypt and Saudi Arabia. At the age of 18, he began preaching and lecturing at many Mosques in the Greater Toronto Area.
Imam Ibrahim continued his studies at the University of Toronto where he attained a degree in Religious Studies and later an MA in Usul al-Fiqh from Al-Madinah International University in Malaysia.
Imam Ibrahim has been an active voice against hatred and xenophobia. He has been interviewed and has written opinion pieces which has been featured by national and international media extensively including outlets such as CBC, CTV, BBC, Buzzfeed, The National Post and the Globe and Mail, among many others. Imam Ibrahim also serves as a research manager at Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research.