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ACJU Online Newsletter: Vol. 1 Issue No. 42
28th Jumaadul Aakhirah 1437 / 07th April 2016
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"Uniting our Hearts in the Love of Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ), 
the Last Messenger of Allah."
Our beloved Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ) was born in Makkah during the “Era of Ignorance”. He brought love, affection, kindness and mercy to the people. Communities like Aws and Khazraj fighting with vengeance for many years, were united with love and affection taught by the Prophet Muhammad (ﷺ).
He Preached love where there was hatred. His heart was filled with intense love for all human beings irrespective of caste, creed or color. One of the lessons he taught was that we should live among others like flowers, and not like thorns, without giving trouble to any living beings. He advised his Companions to regard all people as brothers and sisters. He affirmed, “You are all Adam’s offspring and Adam was born of clay.”
He personified the Holy Quran. His most distinctive quality, however, was the fact that he was a blessing to all in both word and deed. He infused justice, love, and dignity in all those around him. He spread the power of brotherhood to the extent that it became exceptional in human history.
Today around 1.7 billion Muslims from all over the world have the feeling of love for the Prophet Muhammad 
(ﷺ) to the extent that their hearts will not tolerate another character substituting him. If anyone claims a prophet after him, the hearts of the people cannot accept this as Allah himself has expressed in the Holy Quran,
“Muhammad is not a father of any of your men, but he is a Messenger of Allah and the last of the Prophets. And Allah has the Knowledge of everything. “[Quran 33:40]
Our beloved Prophet Muhammad 
(ﷺ) said, “… And I am the last of the Prophets, there is no Prophet after me." (Thirmithi & Aboo Dawud)
Therefore, the world Muslim population cannot accept the doctrine of Qadiyanism or Ahmadiyya Jamath, which rejects the Prophet Muhammad 
(ﷺ) as the last Messenger, whereby its followers have gone out of the fold of Islam.

The RRT organized an event on the 03rd of April at the Dehiwala Grand Jumu'ah Masjid, to promote “Unity in our hearts for the love of Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad
(ﷺ), the Last Messenger of Allah”. He was descended on this earth as the superior of all mankind and an ideal model of a perfect human being. Finally we give this message to you, “Let us unite in hearts for the love of Our Beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), the Last Messenger of Allah.”
 
The ACJU Proposal for Constitutional Reforms was handed over to Constitutional Reforms Committee Chairman Mr. Lal Wijenayake on the 4th of April.


A delegation from the Congress of Religion, including Ven. Ittapana Dhammalankara Thero and other religious leaders visited the ACJU head office and met some of the members of the ACJU Executive Committee, on the 05th of April.

The Council for Cooperation & Coordination of the ACJU, participated in a meeting conducted by the Congress of Religions with officers of the United Nations, Mr Alan Alradi & Mr Patrice Chivota on the topic 'Development of Coexistence in Sri Lanka' on the 05th of April.

The Ulama Affairs Division of ACJU conducted programs on 'Introduction to ACJU' and 'Membership campaigns' at the following Arabic Colleges:
- 06th of April - Nooriyyah Arabic College, Kannatota & Fawziyya Arabic College, Napawela.
- 07th of April - Nilaamiyyah Arabic College, Minuwangoda.

Crescent of Rajab 1437 might be visible on the 8th April (Friday) from 06.20 pm (Colombo).
If sighted please inform 0112 432110.


It was narrated from Buraidah Al-Aslami (Radiyallahu 'Anhu) that the Holy Prophet (ﷺ) said:
“Whoever gives respite to one in difficulty, he will have (the reward of) an act of charity for each day. Whoever gives him respite after payment becomes due, will have (the reward of) an act of charity equal to (the amount of the loan) for each day.”
Sunan Ibn Majah


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