ACJU Online Newsletter: Vol. 1 Issue No. 40
14th Jumaadul Aakhirah 1437 / 24th March 2016
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Introducing ACJU (Part IX) - 
Ulama Affairs Committee
The Ulama Affairs division is dedicated to serve the interest of the Islamic Scholars who have served and continue to serve the community to the best of their ability. The committee aims at providing the following wide range of services for the Aalims:
- Identifying the sacrifices and the services of the veteran Aalims and honoring them.
- Identifying qualified Aalims and categorizing them based on expertise, in order to best utilize them for the needs of the Muslim community.
- Supporting Aalims in their quest for Islamic-based higher studies.
- Uplifting the general living standards of all Aalims and every Imaam serving in the Masjid.
- Creating self-employment opportunities for Aalims, with needful technical and vocational training, where necessary.

Branches Coordination Committee
The All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama has a total of 134 branches around the island, with 110 Divisional Branches and 24 District branches making up the sum.
These branches will be reorganized every three years, for optimum performance. Thus, the activities of the Division for Branch Organizing shall be as follows:
- Reorganizing the whole set up of the branch.
- Introducing all divisional activities of the Head Office with the exception of the Fatwa Division.
- Providing all necessary training for the branch.
- Monitoring the performance and service standards of each branch, and addressing issues with corrective measures and necessary follow up.

Mu'awiyah (Radiyallahu 'Anhu) reported:
The Messenger of Allah (ﷺ) said, "When Allah wishes good for someone, He bestows upon him the understanding of Deen."
Sahih Al-Bukhari , Sahih Muslim

Supplication for Rain

ACJU Maktab Division conducted a 2 day Training session for 36 Maktab Center Mu'awins (Supervisors) on the 14th & 15th of March at the ACJU head office.

ACJU Division for Council for 
Coordination & Cooperation, participated in a Dialogue session on Religious Amity, organized by Caritas Sri Lanka - Social & Economic Development Centre at the SEDEC auditorium, on the 17th of March.

The ACJU Education Division, under the Project "Transforming Every Child", organized:- 
  • 'Booster Classes' for A/L Students of Fathima Muslim Ladies College, on the subject 'Political Science', on the 18th of March at the school premises.
  • 'Booster Classes' for the 2nd batch of students of Grade 5 of Al Hijra Maha Vidiyalaya, commenced on the 22nd of March.
A Program on Manaaqibus Sahabah was organized by the ACJU Wattala Branch at the Akbar Town Jumu'ah Masjid, Hunupitiya on the 19th March.

The ACJU Gampola Branch also organized a Program on Manaaqibus Sahabah at the Kahatapitiya Jumu'ah Masjid, Gampola on the 20th March.
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