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EnabledMuslim, a project of American Muslim Health Professionals (AMHP), is an online network for spiritual and community support for Muslims living with disabilities and for their loved ones. EnabledMuslim provides them with access to relevant information about their situation and the ability to connect and sustain long-lasting relationships with others who have similar experiences.

Launched in September 2014, EnabledMuslim.org is still a work in progress and we need your help to make it grow into a robust resource that connects people nationwide and beyond. Check out our resource pages and let us know what you would like to find on the site!

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By: Dilshad Ali Originally published on the Muslim Channel, Muslimah Next Door, in Patheos “He (Musa) said: ‘Oh my Lord! Expand my breast for me and make my affair easy to me, and loose the knot from my tongue (that) they may understand my word … (Quran 20:25:28)” We are committed to owning our own narratives and taking action in many worthy arenas. But what about the most vulnerable in our communities? What of their families? What about the spiritual … read more

This election year has been followed by more people in years passed. Candidates have taken us on a ride of promises, disappointments, hopes, and possibilities. But what has been made clearer than ever before is the power in voting and the absolute need to exercise that right. Minority groups have been a popular topic amongst candidates, discussing our purposes, our contributions and how integrated we are in our communities and the country. We can only begin to address these questions, and the … read more

Sometimes I wonder – what does it matter to him, whether he sets foot in any type of masjid/mosque? My son is definitely unMosqued, as is my entire immediate family, to some degree. Oh, we go to events and Jummah prayers at a mosque where we live, but that connection, that sense of belonging that feeling of strong community? – Yeah, not so much. By this point in our lives, though I want for our mosques and our communities to … read more