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Show Your Community You Truly Care… Businesses, Professional Organizations, Institutions, Athletic Teams, Clubs, and even generous families and individuals can become Matching Gift Donors and DOUBLE THE IMPACT of their gifts! When you partner with The Islamic Seminary of America on North Texas Giving Day to show your dedication to improving North Texas communities through...
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CAREER OPPORTUNITIES Interested in working with an institution dedicated to cultivating American Muslim Leaders with the training, skills, and knowledge to help transform our communities for the better? Check out our open positions now and apply! Student Services Facilitator SCHEDULE: Part-time (20-30hrs/ wk)  |  PAY RANGE: $15 – $20/ hour LOCATION:   811 S. Central Expy, Suite 200, Richardson, TX 75080 IMMEDIATE HIRE! ...
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The sacred month is coming to a close and, for many of us, maintaining the excitement and motivation we had at the start of the Muharram is increasingly difficult as we approach it’s final days. With a week left until we greet the month of Safar, let us endeavor to make the most of the...
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  As Dhul-Hijjah winds down, we are preparing to greet the first month of the Islamic New Year, Allah’s Sacred Month – Muharram. Regarded as the most sacred month after Ramadan, it’s important that we take advantage of this special opportunity. Here are a few tips to make the most of Muharram.
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Life is a journey. Every one of us is gifted a set amount of time on this earth, and we all must make the best of it before that time is up. While none of us knows exactly how long we have, what is amazing is that per unit time, we all get the exact...
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The second edition of Joy Jots a collection of 52 weekly essays that take the reader through a year of seasons, blessings and joyful spiritual growth. The reader goes on a journey from lessons learned to lessons lived, from talking about joy to feeling joy, from the limitation of sadness to the freedom of joy. A...
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Watch Omar’s discuss how TISA touched his life and the lives of fellow students. Hear Omar’s Story!
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Roula Allouch is an attorney with experience in employment law, civil rights, insurance defense and general civil litigation. Ms. Allouch earned her undergraduate degree from the University of Kentucky in 2003 and her juris doctor from the University of Kentucky College of Law in 2006. She is licensed to practice in state and federal courts in...
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Why TISA? The Islamic Seminary of America is an institution that I could only dream of as a younger student. I was drawn in by their exceptional faculty, their valuing of female scholarship, and the diversity of lived experiences reflected in their student body. I am continuously blown away by TISA’s dedication to making their...
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Bahiyyah Muhammad Visiting Faculty Member, TISA Assistant Professor | Department of Sociology and Anthropology College of Arts & Sciences, Howard University Bahiyyah M. Muhammad received her B.S. in Administration of Justice from Rutgers University- New Brunswick Campus with a minor in Psychology and a Criminology Certificate. As an undergraduate, she became a Ronald E. McNair...
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