Islam and Muslims in the U.S. Prison System By Rami Nsour
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Islam and Muslims in the U.S. Prison System By Rami Nsour

I believe that every American has the duty to know what is going on with incarceration in our country.  We house the largest number of prisoners in the world, pay for it with our tax dollars and support it by legislation that we vote for.  In addition to this civic duty of knowing about and...

Scholars Support Tayba Foundation
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Scholars Support Tayba Foundation

Sh Faraz Rabbani, founder of SeekersHub Global urges you towards fulfilling this communal obligation : Imam Zaid Shakir talks of prison education project “equally important” as Zaytuna College : Leading female scholar Ustadha Zaynab Ansari on the need to support Muslim prisoners : Imam Tahir Anwar on the unique work of Tayba Foundation : Message...

Help Tayba Foundation Accept 200 Waitlisted Students , NOW!!
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Help Tayba Foundation Accept 200 Waitlisted Students , NOW!!

Help bring Islamic education to 200 eagerly awaiting prisoners Tayba Foundation is dedicated to serving Muslim students in U.S prisons by providing them with quality courses in Islam. We have successfully delivered a program of Islamic education to hundreds of students in the US prison system since 2008. We are asking for your help to accept...

Gangsta Lovin: A Blood, a Crip and a Nonprofit
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Gangsta Lovin: A Blood, a Crip and a Nonprofit

From left to right: Taahir, Yusef Wiley and TimeList board member, Ansar Greenwell. Photo by Sa’Nae Ellis They once used to be enemies. A Blood and a Crip. But now, Yusef Andre Wiley and Taahir Michael Prather have come together to make a difference. It sounds like a made-for-TV special produced by Snoop. Only it’s...

Tayba at ISNA’s 51st Convention
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Tayba at ISNA’s 51st Convention

Tayba Foundation at ISNA’s 51st convention in September, 2014. We shared out course material and student artwork with attendees. Special thank you to the Tayba teachers who made it there: Sajad Shakoor, Amin Rafiq, Aquil Onque and Rami Nsour.

Stephan “Mujahid”
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Stephan “Mujahid”

Would you like to see the transformative effect of a Tayba Foundation education? Stephan, “Mujahid,” went to prison as a young, angry man. He was a thug doing serious prison time in South Carolina, but Allah guided his heart towards Islam. Shortly thereafter, he found Tayba. Mujahid’s story is unique. He is not the typical prison...

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