RabaTEENS is a nurturing space for deep and meaningful Islamic spiritual mentorship, with compassionate and caring mentors. Fun, creative, and positive educational experiences to help teens grow confidently and comfortably into their faith.

Class Description

This class will meet every day to work on an entire reading of the Holy Quran together by the end of Ramadan. Volunteers will take turns reading one page each aloud, while teens in the audience can read along quietly. By reading 20 pages a day in the 30 days of Ramadan, we will be able to achieve our goal of reading the whole Quran by the end of Ramadan! Let’s take an hour a day in this blessed month to allow the words of Allah (swt) to wash over us and envelop us in light!

Class Activity Materials


Required Book

The Quran

Class Day & Time

Daily 4:30 - 5:30 pm CST 

Session dates: March 9th - April 7th 

This class is for teen girls ages 12-17 years old 

*Please note: Participants must attend Zoom live sessions. Classes are NOT recorded.

Certificate of Participation

A certificate of participation will be given to students who complete the class.

Refund Policy

Once the session begins, NO refunds are issued. 

Ramadan Quran Khitmah 2024

Meets daily for one hour (March 9th - April 7th)


Director of Education Anse Eamaan Rabbat

Anse Eamaan Rabbat was raised in the United States and in Syria, where she benefited from renowned female teachers of the Islamic sciences, including tajwid, sirah, hadith, fiqh, and aqīdah. After moving to the United Arab Emirates, she earned her Bachelor’s in Mass Communications with concentrations in Advertising and Journalism and later earned a Master’s in Educational Leadership and Administration. Since graduating university, she has dedicated her time to the education and upbringing of children and adults. She has held various positions in educational institutions and schools, and volunteered at various educational centers. She has been honored to serve as director of the Ribaat Academic Institute since its inception in Fall 2013 and presently serves as Rabata's Education Director.

Anse Nawar Taleb-Agha

Anse Nawar Taleb-Agha was born and raised in the Bay Area, California. On one of her first visits to Syria, she was introduced to a tajwid teacher and worked swiftly to receive an ijazah in the Hafs recitation from the late Shaykh Abu Al-Hassan Al-Kurdi (may Allah have Mercy on him.) While studying tajwid, she fell in love with Damascus and began to visit more frequently until she moved there for three years to study Arabic, Tafsir, Fiqh, Hadith Sciences, and more. During that time, she also memorized the Qur’an and received an ijazah from Shaykh Muhammad Nizar al-Kurdi. Anse Nawar has been teaching tajwid since her first ijazah in 2003 and began teaching with Ribaat in 2015. She also serves as the Ribaat Tajwid Coordinator. Anse Nawar holds a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley and an MA in Teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) from San Francisco State University and has been teaching ESL at local language centers and community colleges since 2013. She lives in California with her husband and enjoys indoor gardening and crochet.

Anse Miski Dayib

Anse Miski Dayib is a Somali-American, Minnesota-born-and-bred, life-long learner. She graduated with a degree in Nutrition Studies from the University of Minnesota-TC in 2021 and has since worked as a public health nutritionist and health disparities researcher. She has extensive experience in type 2 diabetes research, with a particular focus on the development of culturally-competent interventions for patients with limited English proficiency. Her other academic interests include nutritional biochemistry, public health, and community medicine. Anse Miski began her Islamic Studies education through Abubakar As-Siddique Islamic Center (AAIC) Dugsi based in Minneapolis, where she was a student of Quran memorization and tajweed. She then went on to graduate from AAIC Institute with a two-year degree program in the foundational Islamic Sciences in 2016. Currently, Anse Miski continues her studies with local teachers and is an incoming student of Shaykh Mokhtar Maghraoui’s Suhba Seminary program as well as Ribaat Academic Institute with a focus on tajweed. She began teaching at Rabata in the summer of 2023. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, running, and sampling good-quality matcha.

Anse Najiyah Maxfield

Anse Najiyah Maxfield, writer and educator, currently serves as Head of Publishing at Daybreak Press. She dedicates her time to teaching courses on creative writing and public speaking and leading Rabata’s Project Lina workshops. She also taught English and history in the US and the Middle East and holds a Ribaat Teaching Certificate and a Dare to Lead Certificate. She was the Managing Editor of Discover: The Magazine for Curious Muslim Kids from 2012 – 2015. Anse Najiyah lives in Hutchinson, Kansas where she kayaks in the summer, crochets in the winter, and plays “The Floor is Lava” with her four granddaughters year-round. She is the author of many articles, poems and short stories. Her young adult novel, Sophia’s Journal, is an award-winning time-travel adventure that explores themes of inclusion and identity and is being taught in several schools across North America.

Anse Asma Habal

Anse Asma Habal is a dedicated educator who is passionate about inspiring and motivating people. She has an Ijazah in the Hafs recitation of the Holy Quran and has studied several Islamic science subjects. For over 15 years, she has been teaching teenagers and children in Syria and Canada as a Quran and Islamic studies teacher. Anse Asma is also a Registered Holistic Nutritionist and a mindful eating educator. She graduated from the Canadian School of Natural Nutrition and earned a Project Management degree from the University of Toronto. With over 15 years of experience in the health industry, she started her career as a Health Project Coordinator at the United Nations. Currently, she works as a Program Manager at a non-profit organization based in Toronto. She also offers interactive workshops, seminars, and speaking engagements on various Holistic Health and wellness topics. Anse Asma loves yoga and believes that food is a powerful tool that can make us feel healthy, strong and happy!