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Tayybah Descends

On a Saturday evening, approximately 3 years ago, the brothers of Tayybah had wonderful steak dinner to the delight of our beloved Shaykh, Yasir Qadhi. We were a young Qabeelah and we were eager to have direction. For nearly a year, we toiled to bring AlMaghrib to New York and now that we had established our goal, we wanted to know, what is the next step?

Shaykh Yasir Qadhi laid it out for us saying it is now our duty to share the knowledge we learn in the seminars. It is our duty to get this knowledge to those whom the instructors cannot reach. And so… it was born…TAYYBAH DESCENDS

We launched a project aimed at delivering an AlMaghrib Seminar-like experience to Masjids. We started off teaching Light of Guidance, then Love Notes, and so on.

Alhamdullilah, it has been a wonderful experience for all those involved. If you would like us to come teach a seminar at your Masjid or MSA please contact us at: tayybahdescends@gmail.com

So why the name Tayybah Descends?
Two reasons. Firstly, anytime there is a gathering of people seeking knowledge, the Angels descend with their wings of Mercy, enshrouding them. Secondly, we are descending the knowledge from our instructors, who humbly call themselves “students of knowledge” to the masses. Pretty cool huh?

Please make Dua for those involved in this project. Our goal is simple, to revive Muslim communities through helping them to experience the power of ILM (knowledge) as we’ve experience in AlMaghrib Seminars.

We are sharing our TD material for anyone who so desires to teach these courses in their own communities. Here is the training material you will need (includes teacher’s guide, powerpoint, and handouts):

  • LOG (Light of Guidance)
  • LN (Love Notes)
  • ROE (Islamic Code of Ethics)
  • LUL (Light upon Light)
  • TB (Torch Bearers)
  • TSP (The Shepherd’s Path)
  • TBAA (Touched by an Angel)

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