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Editor-in-chief of Azizah Magazine Tayyibah Taylor dies
Sunday September 7, 2014 3:38 PM, Agencies

One of America’s most well-known Muslim personalities and Editor-in-chief of Azizah Magazine Tayyibah Taylor has passed away Thursday September 04, reported Friday.

Tayyibah Taylor

“We regret to announce the passing of Tayyibah Taylor, the founder, publisher, and editor-in-chief of Azizah Magazine,” wrote Azizah Magazine publishers in a release late night on Thursday, September 4.

Taylor is survived by five children and several grandchildren.

She has been named one of the 500 Most Influential Muslims in the world by the Middle Eastern think tank, The Royal Islamic Strategic Studies.

Through Azizah Magazine, Taylor realized her vision of providing a vehicle for the voice of Muslim American women.

The magazine portrays Muslim women’s perspectives and experiences, and shatters commonly held stereotypes.

“The most notable part of her life’s work is founding the institution of Azizah Magazine,” according to the Azizah Magazine media release.

“She leaves behind not just a publication that is a vehicle for Muslim women’s voices or catalyst for empowerment, but a legacy of pure intentions and faith in Allah that have become the core values of the Azizah Family.”

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