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Group helps Arizona special needs families as ‘everyone gets together’ during Eid al-Fitr

As Ramadan’s 30 days of fasting and prayer come to a close, Eid al-Fitr exemplifies for Tempe resident Brittany Blankenship a community’s love and peace — elements that drew her to Islam since her youth, growing up outside the faith.   The holiday, which begins on Tuesday and ends Wednesday, is observed by Muslims worldwide as […]

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Why Do We Need Discussions On Disability At Our Mosques?

December 3rd marks the International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This day was first proclaimed by the United Nations General Assembly resolution back in 1992. It has led global campaigns on disability inclusion and acceptance not just by persons with disabilities, but those without disabilities working in governments, law firms, corporate businesses, and NGOs. It

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Muhsen: Texas Muslim Volunteer Teaching Program Allows Special Needs Children To Be Treated Equally in Houses of Worship

The Sunday School Program held at the Islamic Center of Frisco is looking for local volunteers and is being sponsored by the pioneering national disability rights organization, Muhsen. Read the Full Story: https://americanmuslimtoday.com/

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