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Amjad Tarsin

Born and raised in Michigan, Amjad Tarsin obtained his BA at the University of Michigan in English Literature and Islamic Studies. After spending a year studying at Dār Al-Muṣṭafā in Tarim, he returned to America to start his studies at University of Michigan Law School. Yearning to fulfill his calling to community building and religious service, Amjad changed career paths and enrolled in Hartford Seminary’s Islamic Chaplaincy program. In 2012 he was selected as University of Toronto’s first full-time Muslim chaplain.


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There are three things that every believer can do to bring certainty to the heart: reading the Qur’ān with attentiveness so that it pierces our hearts; reflecting on the marvels of Allah’s creation in nature; and striving to express our servitude in action and…

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Amjad Tarsin on how to practically incorporate the remembrance of God in our daily routine.

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There is no doubt that, as of late, many Muslim women have decided to remove their head-scarves, despite a consensus among scholars that hijab is required. Oftentimes, when modesty as a virtue is discussed within our communities, the discussion almost always exclusively surrounds the modesty of…

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