MUHSEN: Leading the Charge for Inclusion

The sunnah of our Prophet Muhammad, peace and blessings be upon him, is filled with stories about compassion, mercy, and attention to the needs of his community. There are stories about sahabah who had physical impairments or were blind, community members who had mental challenges, and more. The general treatment of those who were considered disabled at that time on the Arabian peninsula was horrific. And the considerate and considerable treatment that was offered in the form of Islamic guidance was a sea-change.

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