November 10

Muhsen

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Muhsen and Muslim Kids TV have developed a strategic partnership.

Muhsen, is an organization based in Dallas, Texas founded by Shaykh Omar Suleiman.

Muhsen in Arabic means “One who shows excellence and compassion”. The name is an acronym for Muslims Understanding & Helping Special Education Needs.

Muhsen is a non – profit umbrella organization serving the community to establish a more inclusive “Special Friendly” environment for our Brothers & Sisters of all abilities. Muhsen will advocate, educate, train and implement programs and services nationwide to improve access to Masajids for Disabled and Special Needs individuals as well as acceptance and inclusion by the community in all aspects.

Muhsen offers a Weekend School that teaches Islamic Studies to Muslims with special needs. Muslim Kids TV is proud to be a partner in providing the Muslim Kids TV platform and additional educational resources to Muhsen.

Muhsen teacher Samiyah Nageeb commented on the partnership: “I have the blessing of being an educator and having a loveable brother with special needs. Educating our loved ones about their faith and increasing their knowledge of their one Creator and the final messenger (PBUH), is perhaps the most blessed thing that we can do. In order to teach our various learners, we need to have books that are accessible, engaging, and rich with visuals and information. Muslim Kids TV has supported our mission to educate all Muslims; we are very thankful for their support!”

To learn more about starting a Muhsen program in your community, here is a helpful video.

Muslim Kids TV encourages all communities to start a program to serve the needs of children with special needs. We are happy to partner with all such programs.

Learn more about Muhsen and have your Masjid certified as a friendly space for people with special needs.


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