ACJU Online Newsletter: Vol. 1 Issue No. 85
05th Jumaadal Oola 1438 / 03rd February 2017
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Message from All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama on the 69th Independence Day of Sri Lanka
The All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama has the pleasure in releasing this message of blessings to all citizens of the country on the day of celebrating the 69th Independence Day of our motherland, Sri Lanka.
Let us all unite to eliminate racism from our beautiful country. We should take forward this country towards development and prosperity living in peace and coexistence. This can be achieved only by defeating racism and establishing unity among the communities. 
Our prayers and expectations are that all Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Christians in this multi-ethnic society should strive to achieve prosperity, development and progress by following the respective religious advice and developing the ethic of respecting other religions.
The All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama, therefore, supplicates to God, the Almighty, to shower His blessings on every Sri Lankan citizen who shall make effort to bring unity, peace, coexistence and reconciliation through which build a prosperous Nation.
Ash-Sheikh M.M.A. Mubarak
General Secretary
All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama

02.02.2017 / 04.05.1438
To all Sri Lankan Muslims,
Assalamu Alaikum Wa Rahmatullahi Wa Barakatuhu!
May Allah, the Almighty bless all of us.
Our country is preparing all arrangements to celebrate the 69th Independence Day on the forthcoming Saturday, the 04th February, 2017.
Our community has devoted immensely to achieve the Independence and our political, social and religious leaders have shown their patriotism towards this country. The All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama wishes that we should commemorate this event with the remembrance that, we Muslims have been living in this country in a peaceful manner without involving in any sort of activities towards separatism or hatred to any other religions.
The ACJU requests all Muslims to hoist the National flag at houses, schools and trades, while conducting programs and other activities along with other communities. The ACJU also reminds that joining hand in hand with the other communities in common work strategies and Shramadana activities will lead to social unity and coexistence. Wassalam.
Ash-Shaikh H. Omardeen,
Secretary - Propagation Committee,
All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama.
The ACJU Council for Coordination & Cooperation (CCC Division) and ACJU Kurunegala District organized a program on 'Introduction of ACJU and Introduction on the Samaaja Sanwaada Book Series' at Siyambalagaskotuwa on the 28th of January.

The ACJU Propagation Division conducted programs to provide guidelines in organizing programs & activities on Coexistance within their respective localities, at:
-Puttalam Town & Pulichaakolam on the 27th of January.
-Kegalle & Ratnapura on the 28th of January.

A special meeting was held with Preston Muslim Society - UK, on the project "Strengthening & Supporting Livelihood" of flood victims at the ACJU Head office, which was conducted by the ACJU Social Services Division along with Musim Aid - Sri Lanka, on the 30th of January.

Under the project "Strengthening & Supporting Livelihood", a special event to distribute livelihood goods to selected vulnerable flood victims sponsored by Preston Muslim Society - UK, was held at the ACJU Head office on the 31st of January, which was jointly organized by Muslim Aid and ACJU Social Services Division.

A workshop for Maktab Mudeers (principals) was conducted at the ACJU Head office on the 31st of January, by the ACJU Maktab Division.

A special Youth Program was conducted on the Topic 'Understanding Life', at Minan Jumu'ah Masjid, Colombo 9, by Sheikh Arkam Nooramith and Sheikh Abdur Rahman (Rasheedi) on the 27th of January, which was organized by the ACJU Youth Division .

A Baithuz Zakath Training session was conducted for selected Ulama & Masjid Trustees of Minan Jumu'ah Masjid, Dematagoda, by the ACJU Islamic Economics & Finance Division (ACJU-IEF) on the 31st of January.

And a Baithuz Zakath Awareness program was also conducted for selected Ulama & Masjid Trustees of Shoe Road Masjid, Colombo, by the ACJU IEF Division on the 01st of February.

31.01.2017 ACJU Media Release - 'Guidelines on Remembering the 69th Independence Day (Tamil)'
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