ACJU Online Newsletter: Vol. 2 Issue No. 067
25th Jumaadal Aakhirah 1442 / 08th February 2021
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Message of All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama
for the 73rd Independence Day of Sri Lanka

We are commemorating the 73rd Independence Day of our Motherland Sri Lanka, this year. However, as we commemorate the Independence Day, it is very important that we follow the recommended necessary health guidelines with utmost responsibility, in view of the huge challenge before the entire world including Sri Lanka in battling Covid-19.

Our ancestors, with no regard whatsoever to their ethnic or religious identities, shed their sweat and blood and sacrificed their lives to gain independence for our motherland. They succeeded in gaining independence by keeping aside all the differences among them, and their only hope and motive was to live as a united nation in peace. Thus, every community were able to obtain their rights and freedoms, and gave their full contribution and cooperation in seeing the development of the country.

No law-abiding citizen of this country will ever condone or approve of the violence and racial hatred in this independent, free country, which was built upon the strong foundation of unity laid by leaders of Buddhist, Hindu, Muslim, and Christian communities, with no regard being given to ethnic and religious differences.

We, the citizens of this country, should come together to work for the progress and prosperity of the country with unity and understanding among us to preserve our freedom for our future generation.

All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama wishes and prays for the prevalence of unity among all communities in our motherland, for the development of the country and to rise high in the world as a free and independent country, and most of all, to be free from the current challenge of the Coronavirus pandemic plaguing our motherland. 

Ash-Shaikh M. S. M. Thassim
General Secretary (Acting)
All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama

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ACJU Maktab Divison organized a meeting between representative of Department of Muslim Religious and Cultural Affairs and ACJU Executive Committee members regarding Maktab and Qur’an Madrasa at ACJU Head Office on 21st of January.

ACJU Branch Division organized the inauguration event for ACJU Chilaw Branch with the participation of ACJU Executive Committee members at Chilaw on 23rd of January.

ACJU Social Service Division held a Relief Aid program for the riot victims of Hettipola, Minuwangoda and Nattandiya Villages at ACJU Head Office on 26th of January.

Under the project engaging with 'Important Social Leaders' ACJU Council for Coordination and Cooperation (CCC) held a meeting between an envoy including Ven. Medagoda Abethissa Thero and ACJU Executive Committee members on MMDA and Madrasa at Sunethra Mahadevi Pirivena, Boralesgamuwa on 26th of January.

ACJU Division for Youth Affairs held a meeting with the Colombo Youth Committee regarding youth projects and 2021 working plan at ACJU Head Office on 28th of January.

ACJU Fatwa Division conducted an 'Aajila' meeting to discuss Fatwa related matters at the ACJU Head office on 2nd of February.

ACJU Executive Committee Meeting was held at ACJU Head office on 6th of February.

ACJU Central Committee Meeting was held at Dehiwala Jumma Masjid on 7th of February.
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