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Books lay open… pens poised… bodies leaning forward in anticipation… Silence prevailed the room…The excitement was palpable as the Shaykh took the stage…

Then came the sounds of furious typing and rapid scribbling, as they hung on to every word. Thus, began Light of Guidance: The fundamentals of faith and belief. For five days, this eager and enthusiastic group of people would convene in one NYU auditorium for the sole purpose of learning about the very core of their deen.

Absorbing the precious gems of knowledge, in an atmosphere charged with Eman, these students of knowledge then known as Banu Sabiqoon introduced AlMaghrib to New York City with LOG as their very first seminar.

Memorable Moment:

Following a section on jinns… lights flicker and go out…

a spotlight focuses on and follows Shaykh Yasir as he walks across the stage

Shaykh Yasir doesn’t miss a beat…

“So a rabbi, priest, and a shaykh come home together. The rabbi tells the priest…..”

See the rest of the pics here

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This being the first seminar of Tayybah, and especially about ‘aqeedah and Tawheed, we were very eager to learn and record everything down with the sources. We have to know where we get our religion from!

During the seminar, Shaykh Yasir mentioned that some very dedicated students have compiled LOG notes with the proofs and everything. I was eager to get my hand on these notes to complement my missing parts and be able to study comfortably and with authority. alHamdu lillaah, notes from Qabeelat Wasat and an unknown benefactor were acquired.

No, we don’t have any Tayybah PPN’s for LOG. However, another group of Tayybah and alMaghrib volunteers came up with LOG Goldmine…

Enjoy 🙂

For TD teaching material (to teach this course), click here

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