In the light of Wah'y :
(And when they hear the vain talk, they avoid it and say: our deeds are for us and your deeds are for you. Peace be on you. We do not seek the ignorant.” (28 : 55“



ACJU Mourns for Late King Fahd Ibnu Abdil Azees

- General Secretary Ash-Shaikh H. Abdul Nazar

The unexpected news that the Angel of Death has called on the Custodian of Two Holy Masjids King Fahd Ibnu Abdil Azees, sends shock waves across the Muslim world as well as other countries.

The General Secretary of All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama Ash-Shaikh H.Abdul Nazar, in his condolence message, further says:

Undoubtedly King Fahd Ibnu Abdil Azees was an incomparable contemporary Arab ruler who fought down against illiteracy in the recent history of Saudi Arabia. Shouldering the heavy responsibility of the education portfolio, he rendered immense services for the development of education, especially for the literacy enhancement of elders which brought a fruitful result to his country.

Expanding of the two Holy Masjids, establishing an institution to translate and publish the Holy Qur’an on a mass scale in order to donate them to the countries where Muslims are a minority and gigantic infrastructure development in Saudi Arabia are the touchstone for the late king’s great services during his 24 year long rule. Constant financial and other forms of assistance he provided to many world countries, specially to promote Islam in the non-Muslim predominant countries are some more of his achievements that are praiseworthy.

The All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama joins hands with all who raise their hands to pray for the late King Fahd Ibnu Abdil Azees. May Almighty Allah accept him into the Jannat.

Ash-Shaikh H. Abdul Nazar
General Secretary, All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama

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© Ash-Shaikh Abdul Nazar