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ACJU Online Newsletter: Vol. 1 Issue No. 135
08th Jumaadal Oola 1439 / 26th January 2018
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Youth - The Islamic perspective
Just like everything, life is also a gift from Allah and every aspect of it should be regarded as a gift and a trust from Allah. Allah expects us to spend this youth in His worship and obedience, seeking knowledge of Islam and acting upon it. This in itself is a form of gratefulness.
In a Hadith, the Messenger of Allah SallAllaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam
said that the feet of the son of Adam will not be able to move until he is questioned regarding four things.
Out of these four questions, one question asked will be regarding how one spent his time as a youth.
In another Hadith, the Messenger of Allah SallAllaahu Alayhi Wa Sallam has said that on the Day of Judgement, there are seven types of people to whom Allah will give shade to. It is stated in Bukhari that on the Day of Judgement there will be no shade except for Allah's shade. And from amongst these groups, one group will be those youth who spent their youth in the worship of Allah.
The reason being is because a youth has many desires, so whosoever goes against his desires and controls them in this delicate period of youth, and obeys the command of Allah, and tries his best to follow the Islamic Shariah, in such a time of his life when his desires are at their peak, then Allah will give him a great reward.
Therefore, the period of youth is a very delicate and important period in a Muslim's life. If spent in the right way his time as a youth will benefit not only himself but also others. By visiting the Masjid, attending the gatherings of the scholars of Islam and seeking their advice and knowledge, serving one's parents and trying to carry out Allah Taa'la's orders to the best of ability then it is greatly hoped that one will grow up to become a leader of the Muslim community and become the coolness of one's parents eyes. If wasted by continuously committing sins, disobeying Allah's commands, then it is possible that on the Day of Judgment Allah will reprimand him regarding this. 
We should realise the value and importance of the Youth, as they are the future fate of the Ummah.
May Allah guide and protect us all on the day of Judgement. Ameen.
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The ACJU Division for Branch Affairs Coordination organized the selection of the office bearers of the ACJU Mahiyangana Divisional Branch on the 21st of January at the ACJU Head office.

The ACJU Propagation Committee meeting was held on the 21st of January at the ACJU Head office.

The ACJU Ulama Affairs Division conducted the 'Introduction of ACJU' & Membership Campaign at Madarasas of Kandy District:-
- 23rd of January
Malahirul Uloom A.C. – Murutalawa 
Rawahiyyah A.C. – Murutalawa
- 24th of January
Haqqaniyyah A.C. – Daskara
Misbahiyyah A.C. – Gampola


ACJU Education Division organized Spiritual motivation programs at:-
-Dharusalam Maha Vidyalaya on the topic "Qualities of Prophet Muhammad Sallalahu Alahi Wa Sallam" on the 18th of January.
-Al Hikma Maha Vidyalaya on the topic "Ideal Muslim Youth" on the 18th of January.
-Khairiya Muslim Ladies College on the topics "Virtues of Quran, Respecting teachers, Good Attitudes" on the 19th of January.
-Al Hijra Maha Vidyalaya on the topic "Good Companionship" on the 24th of January.
-Al Hamza Maha Vidyalaya on the topic "Faith & Life" on the 26th of January.

An academic motivation program was conducted at the Darusalam Maha Vidyalaya on the topic 'Learning Methodolgies - Preparation for O/L' on the 25th of January, which was organized by the ACJU Education Division.

The ACJU Fatwa Division conducted Fatwa Committee meetings on the 16th, 24th & 25th of January at the ACJU Head office.

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