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A New Mosque In Kerala Will Include Sign Language In Its Prayer Meets For The Differently-abled

Published on 23 May, 2017 at 4:52 pm By

Masjid Al-Rahma, a new mosque in Malappuram city of Kerala will hold its Friday namaaz in sign language. A first-of-its-kind in India, this initiative is facilitated to enable those with hearing impairment to perceive and follow Friday sermons in more detail.

 


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Inaugurated this Monday, the mosque spreads across an area of 5 acres and is capable of accommodating more than 500 people.

Along with every prayer meet held in this mosque, a corresponding sign language will be displayed on LCD screens installed on the walls here.

The mosque has facilities for the differently-abled too, such as ramps, wheelchairs and armrests in toilets for the handicapped. The Times of India quotes Musthafa Madani, chairman of Ability Foundation, a non-government organization, saying,



Even when people with other disabilities benefit from religious talks and preaching during Friday namaz, the hearing impaired are left out. We hope this mosque would prove a blessing for them.

Madan’s NGO works for differently-abled and hearing impaired people.


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