It gives us pleasure to address you through this website. We, Insha Allah, wish it will help educate and create awareness about Halaal products and their benefits to society. Choosing Halaal products for consumption is a wise choice considering the numerous scientific reasoning and proof of its goodness for human consumption in terms of health and most of all its intention. We take this opportunity to invite you to join in this mammoth task of educating the general public. Today! We are grateful to record that many manufactures, be there Muslim owned or not, have subscribed to the Halaal certification due to its benefits both for the consumer and the organisation.
All Ceylon Jamiyyathul Ulama (ACJU) was established in 1924 as an independent, non-political, non-governmental national religious institution in Sri Lanka and acts as the accepted authority concerning religious affairs of the community. Consisting Muslim Theologians in Sri Lanka the ACJU was incorporated by an Act of Parliament No. 51 of 2000, with a membership of over 3,000 Ulama.
The ACJU serves the community through 10 sub-committees that look into Shari’ah rulings (Fatwa), announcement of festivals and determination of the lunar months (Hilal), Education, Information, Publications, Propaganda, Islamic Banking, Social Services, Council for Cordination & Cooperation and most importantly Division for Halaal Certification which advises on one of the most important day-to-day concerns of practicing Muslims.
Operating through 23 districts and 85 divisional branches island wide, these sub-committees are in continuous dialogue with the Muslim community and establishments both locally and internationally. They continue to render an invaluable service to the community as Sri Lankans.