The blind are not physically disabled, they are differently-able. But unfortunately, they have become victims of social stigma and contempt. Their experiences may have traumatised them from childhood and they are denied opportunities to lead a life of dignity and self-respect. If brought up properly with equal love and care given to normal children, the blind too can excel in their chosen careers.
Reports of blind students obtaining first class degrees in University show that they are no way behind normal children. Ma’din School for Visually Impaired is a result of this realisation.