They recognized the potential for early character formation and religious education, which led them to develop a cohesive and purposeful educational curriculum for children ages 5-11. Similarly, Young Muslims Junior (YMj) allowed for a similar program that caters to the unique needs of ages 11-14. The sincerity, hard work, and creativity of the ICNA sisters created an enormous impact by providing a stronger foundation for those children’s futures. I personally saw these programs change the lives of children and their families in cities and towns across America. I see a bright future for this movement and pray to Allah (swt) to allow keep our sisters sincere to this cause and give them success in their goals. Ameen.