Repentance is not simply a process of saying certain words or phrases; it is a means of changing our behavior and actions. The goal of tawbah is to maintain the connection and love with our Lord at all times with our heart and our deeds. Miftaah Institute invites Shaykh Rami Nsour for a seminar on Repentance - A Guide to Changing Habits, using resources from the deen and modern scientific research.
Sh. Rami Nsour

Rami Nsour is a scholar, counselor, public speaker, teacher, and translator of Islamic texts. Spending seven years in Mauritania studying Islamic studies at some of the foremost Islamic colleges, Shaykh Rami received licensure (ijaza) to share his wisdom with students. Further enhancing his extensive study of fiqh, Nsour completed an extraordinary ‘in-residence’ experience, allowing him to research questions (fatawa) of Islamic faith, law, and practice.

Rami Nsour co-founded the Tayba Foundation, the first organization in the United States to offer a distance-learning program in Islamic Education to incarcerated men and women.  Shaykh Rami has extensive experience in curriculum development, specifically in character (akhlaq), and holds a B.A. in Human Development with a focus on Early Childhood.  He also obtained an M.A. in Educational Psychology.  A resident of the San Francisco Bay Area, he lives with his wife and three children.