Qahharah Muhammad was born November 21, 1999 in Indianapolis, Indiana to the loving
parents, Nuri and Terri Muhammad.
Qahharah was homeschooled and then taught at Muhammad University of Islam by her loving
and dedicated mother. In school she learned math, science, history, grammar, and geography,
but Qahharah’s favorite subject was Islamic studies. She was deeply spiritual with a level of
kindness like no other. Her father, Nuri Muhammad who shares a birth anniversary with his
daughter, loved to have these deep spiritual conversations with his daughter. Qahharah had an
admiration and appreciation for her father’s service to the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan,
the Nation and our people. She often expressed to her friends and others, that she had the best
parents in the world.
Qahharah attended Pike High School where she met a host of friends, and graduated in 2017.
She then obtained her license in Life, Health, and Property & Casualty Insurance. She became
the youngest at United Health Services to work in her position. She later became a Medical
Staffing Coordinator for St. Vincent’s Hospital.
Qahharah was a loving daughter, sister, niece, auntie, and friend to many. She prided herself in
helping others. Qahharah invested hundreds of hours and thousands of dollars in aiding those
struggling with life’s challenges, feeding the homeless, and aiding domestic violence victims.
She also enjoyed developing Financial Blueprints and Life Plans for friends and whoever she
Qahharah had a passion for helping and healing others. Rather it was listening to others, or
providing people with healing sessions with her singing bowls. In the last year of her life she had
a great desire to share her healing journey with the world and published her first book “ How to
Heal & Hustle”. A jewel she left for the world.
Qahharah returned to Allah, Monday January 3, 2022. She leaves to cherish her memories:
mother, Terri, her father Nuri; sister, Haneefah, whom she had a very special relationship with; a
loving and protective brother, Ishmael; grandparents, Sue and Leroy Baker, Paula McGhee,
Khosrow Mobareki, Frederick Bebley; nieces Alaynah and Niayre, nephew Kadar; God parents
Mary and Keith, and a hosts of great-grand parents, aunts, uncle, cousins, and friends.
Humbly submitted….The Family.