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MUHSEN Masjid Certification

Islamic Center of Cleveland

Al-Furqaan Foundation

Al Falah Islamic Center

Islamic Center of Brushy Creek (ICBC)

ICSJ Palmyra

IANT Islamic Association of North Texas

MultiCultural Center Inc

Muslim American Society of Dallas

Islamic Center of Irving

Masjid Al Salaam

MCECC

Islamic Society of Tampa Bay

Islamic Society of Baltimore

Gracious Center of Learning and Enrichment Activities (GCLEA)

Sayeda Khadija Centre

Islamic Society Of Northwest Suburbs

Islamic Society of Corona ISCN Corona Masjid

Mosque Foundation

Muslim Community Association (MCA Santa Clara)

Islamic Center of Irvine

Islamic Institute of Orange County - Masjid Omar AlFarouk (IIOC)

Muslim Community Center -East Bay (MCC East Bay)

Muslim Community of Folsom - (MCF Folsom)

American Muslim Community Center

West Cobb Islamic Center - Masjid Al Furqan

Masjid Darussalam

The Mecca Center

Islamic Center of Naperville (ICN)

Islamic Foundation North (IFN)

Muslim Association of Bolingbrook (Masjid Al-Jumuah)

Muslim Education Center (MEC)

Islamic Foundation

Orland Park Prayer Center (OPPC)

Muslim Community Center (MCC)

Rockford Masjid (MAGR - Muslim Association of Greater Rockford)

Central Illinois Mosque (CIMIC)

ICW Islamic Center of Wheaton

Illiana Islamic Association

Islamic Society of Wichita (ISW)

Masjid Abu Bakr (Jefferson Muslim Association)

Diyanet Center of America

Islamic Community Center of Potomac (ICCP)

Islamic Community Center of Laurel

Islamic Center of New England (ICNE) Sharon

Islamic Center of New England (ICNE) Quincy

Muslim Community of Western Suburbs - MCWS

Islamic Center of Detroit - ICD

The Muslim Unity Center

Tawheed Center

Muslim Center of Middlesex County - MCMC

Islamic Center of Passaic County (Clifton - ICPC)

Darul Islah - Muslim Society of Bergen County

Islamic Society of Central Jersey (ISCJ)

Islamic Circle of Mercer County (ICMC)

Al-Hidaya Learning Center

Islamic Assocation of Raleigh

Islamic Center of Greater Cincinnati (ICGC)

NICC-Noor Islamic Cultural Center

Masjid Al Salam (Edmond)

Islamic Society of Greater Valley Forge - ISGVF

Al Salam Masjid (Champions Masjid)

Islamic Association of Allen Masjid

VRIC - Valley Ranch Islamic Center

Islamic Center of Frisco

Maryam Islamic Center

ISGH Masjid Hamza - Mission Bend Islamic Center

Masjid Sabireen (Brand Lane Islamic Center - BLIC)

Pearland Islamic Center

MASDC COMMUNITY CENTER

Adams Center

Masjid Al-Noor - Islamic Society of Milwaukee - ISM West Brookfield

Al Huda Institute Canada

Akram Jomaa Islamic Center

During the lifetime of the Prophet Muhammad (S), he accommodated everyone in the community whether they were male, female, Arab, non-Arab, and also those that were disabled, and that included inclusiveness in the masjid. A blind companion would be the second muezzin behind Belal. People with Disabilities were encouraged to go to the masjid  and were told to not use their disability as an excuse. Does your masjid feel like it is accommodating to the special needs community?

About MUHSEN’s Masjid Certification Program

MUHSEN seal indicating that a masjid is certified Platinum in terms of awareness, accommodation, and acceptance.

MUHSEN believes that there is a place where where everyone should feel accepted, comfortable, and welcomed. MUHSEN has created a comprehensive, 3 tiered checklist that lists the various ways that a masjid can be accommodating to special needs individuals and their families.

By contributing towards developing and establishing a variety of different supports and accommodations for everyone within the Masjid setting including Support Groups, Eid Prayer supports and continued Educational Events, masjids will work towards becoming nationally recognized as a masjid that is inclusive and special needs friendly environment and joining a community of over 50 other masjids across North America.

Why Masjid Certification Matters

When the Prophet (S) frowned at the blind companion Abdullah ibn Umm-Maktum, Allah was the one that corrected his behavior and the Prophet Muhammad after that moment always made sure to make this companion feel important and valued in the community. With this in mind, the Masjid certification assists in the destigmatization of the congregation on special needs.

Through aiding in bringing communities together and facilitating the approach that all deserve to feel and be welcomed, we are able to service the Ummah at large. In hindsight, the reason that masjid certification matters is it brings compassion to a community, and allows the removal of barriers on the Day of Judgement for us, as the hadith of the Prophet Muhammad mentions, “Whoever removes a worldly grief from a believer, Allah will remove from him one of the griefs of the Day of Resurrection. And whoever alleviates the need of a needy person, Allah will alleviate his needs in this world and the Hereafter.”

MUHSEN Masjid Certification Levels of Excellence

MUHSEN seal indicating that a masjid is certified Silver in terms of awareness, accommodation, and acceptance.

SILVER

All points must be met
MUHSEN seal indicating that a masjid is certified Gold in terms of awareness, accommodation, and acceptance.

GOLD

All SILVER points plus:
MUHSEN seal indicating that a masjid is certified Platinum in terms of awareness, accommodation, and acceptance.

PLATINUM

All GOLD points plus:

MUHSEN-Certified Masjids Across USA and Canada

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