ACJU Online Newsletter: Vol. 1 Issue No. 31
10th Rabeeunis Saani 1437 / 21st January 2016
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Declaration of Unity
by All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama
It is a known fact that the Muslims who have been living for over a thousand years in Sri Lanka carry out their religious rituals and obligations cohesively and without any obstacles, according to the views of 'Ahlus SunnathWal Jama'ath'.
Moreover, the branches of various Thareekas as well as Da'wah organizations have been striving for the spiritual fortification of the community throughout its long history here.
Although few minor disagreements do exist over different views and interpretations among these factions, their overall objectives had been identical and hitherto, there were no serious conflicts among them that could impede the general accord of the Muslim community.
However, upon observing certain recent unpleasant incidents that occurred in the name of the religion, it gives grave concerns about the core unity of the community. The All Ceylon Jamiyathul Ulama strongly believes that it is the urgent call of the hour and is an irrefutable religious obligation to act at once for the restoration of the accord among the entire Muslim community. Consequently, the ACJU has been active, since August 2009, to plan and initiate various actions.
Accordingly, one of the noteworthy initiations it has taken is establishing a body consisting of renowned Islamic religious scholars who represent various accepted Islamic schools of thoughts and Da'wah organizations present in this country. This body which will be functioning under the designation Council of Cooperation and Coordination. Prominent Ulama who represent Tharikas, All Ceylon Thableegh Jama'ath, Jama'athe Islami along with the other Thowheed Institutions will be the members of this Council.
During several sittings, an array of important issues were thoroughly analyzed by the gathered Islamic intellects and it was unanimously agreed upon that it is of paramount importance to reestablish the unity in the Ummah. Furthermore, certain guidelines also were established upon the unanimous consent ensuring to see that no similar unpleasant incidents ever occur in the name of the religion in this country. Our Imams as well as Islamic scholars have given us ample guidance on how to act during disagreements. By following these guidelines we will be able to continue our spiritual life while tolerating the different views.

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Abu Hurairah (RadiyAllahu'Anhu) reported:
Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "The most perfect man in his faith among the believers is the one whose behaviour is most excellent; and the best of you are those who are the best to their wives."
At- Tirmidhi

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Sheikh Suhail from Pakistan who is an expert in Islamic jurisprudence (Fiqh) related to Islamic Commerce, visited the ACJU Head office on the 19th of January for a special discussion with Usthads of selected Madaaris and another special program was conducted for selected Muslim Doctors on the 20th of January.

ACJU Kandy Branch organized a program for Ulama which was conducted by Sheikh Suhail, from Pakistan at the Katukela Jumu'ah Masjid on the 21st of January.

Ash Sheikh Khaleel Ahmad from India, visited the ACJU head office on the 19th of January, to discuss the activities of the Divisions of ACJU.

The Monthly meeting of the ACJU Darga Town Branch was held on the 16th of January at the Meera Jumu'ah Masjid, Darga Town.

A Book was launched on “Why The Ahamadiyya Jamaath/Qaadiyanies are Not Muslims” which was published by RRT, on the 17th of January at Negombo.The Event was organized by the Negombo Grand Mosque, in association with Colombo District Masjid Federation (CDMF) & the All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama (ACJU). 

ACJU Ulama Affairs Division conducted a program on Introduction of ACJU and ACJU Membership campaigns at the Salaahiyyah Arabic College, Thihariya on the 21st of January.
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