Light on the Tongue

March 11-April 1
Miftaah Institute Cafe

The Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) said, “Two words are beloved to the Most Merciful. They are light on the tongue, but heavy on the scale: SubhanAllahi wa bihamdihi (glory and praise to Allah), wa subhanAllah il-’Adhim (glory to Allah the Almighty).”

In a blessed month dedicated to building God-consciousness and spiritual discipline, dive deep into this Prophetic narration and the lessons it can teach us. Become from those who frequent the repetition of these phrases and whose scales are heavy with their rewards.

Join Thabaat every Monday of Ramadan, from March 11th till April 1st, for Light on the Tongue, followed by iftar and taraweeh prayers. Gatherings are open to young professionals of all backgrounds, ages 23 and older, free of cost. 

Seats are limited–register to save your spot!

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation to help us cover the cost of the iftars. JazakumAllahu khairan!

Event Speakers

Shaykh Abdul Aziz Waheed

Shaykh Abdul Aziz Waheed is an Advisor and Facilitator for Thabaat. He is a Co-founder of Miftaah Institute and also serves as Dean of Academic Affairs at Michigan Islamic Institute. He began Islamic studies at Jaamiah al-Uloom al-Islamiyyah, where he became a Hafiz. He started his 7 year Shariah program in Toronto, Canada and graduated with honors, receiving Ijazzat for teaching Hadith from prominent scholars from around the world.

Tareq Tamr

Tareq Tamr is the Program Director for Thabaat. He lives in Farmington Hills, MI and works at Yaqeen Institute for Islamic Research as the Senior Social Media Manager. He studied Psychology with a minor in Philosophy and is continuing Islamic Studies on a part-time basis. He grew up in Windsor, ON and has served the local community as a youth director, khateeb, and lecturer for youth and young professionals.