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DEARBORN — The cries of a local mother’s children as they were dragged away by state officials still echo after three decades.

Wrongfully accused in 1985 of murdering her 2-year-old son, Rehab Amer relives the horrors of trying to bring her other children back every day. Now, she’s making sure other children’s distress calls do not go unheard and that no other parents endures a similar experience.

Following years painful legal battles that lead to her eventual acquittal and the passing of a state bill inspired by her story, Amer launched a foster care program this year and is working to open a facility in Dearborn that would provide a safe space for children who have lost their parents or whose parents have lost custody of them.

Muslim Foster care

For the Arab and Muslim American minors who’ve lost their parents, AMER (American Muslim Empowerment Resources) would open a temporary shelter until they could be placed in an adoptive home.

AMER would facilitate parents interested in adopting through the process of becoming qualified and licensed to accept foster youths and sibling groups into their homes.

It would also serve as a guide through a convoluted legal system, including in support of families unjustly deemed unfit to be parents by the state’s Department of Social Services.

“I vowed that I would never let a child go through what my children went through,” Amer told The AANews at her Dearborn home, a museum of framed portraits and mementos of her children.

She has gained more experience than she asked for in dealing with the foster care system, but her goal now is to make it easier for those facing similar circumstances.

Amer said that in Dearborn alone, she has worked with more than 17 cases and come across more than 40 foster children within the last year, mostly Iraqi and Syrian refugees.

Some cases are justified, but Amer said social service workers often turn up at the homes of immigrant families who have up to 10 children and cannot speak English because one of their children was injured or fought with a sibling.

“There is tremendous demand in the community,” she said of the facility and adoption. She also said few resources for Arab and Muslim Americans exist.