THE FIRST UMRAH FOR FAMILIES WITH SPECIAL NEEDS MEMBERS

LEAN ON US: THE FIRST UMRAH FOR FAMILIES WITH SPECIAL NEEDS MEMBERS

ltMuslimah’s Zehra Rizavi recently interviewed Joohi Tahir, the Executive Director of the non-profit MUHSEN, an organization founded by Shaykh Omar Suleiman that advocates for families and individuals in Muslim American communities with special needs members. A few weeks ago, MUHSEN launched an endeavor never before undertaken by any other Muslim American organization– taking a group of families with children, as well as adults, who have disabilities for Umrah.

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