About Darul Jailani Australia Incorporated
The DJAI was registered on 13th December 2017 with registration no A0101518Q.
The Darul Jailani Australia Incorporated Journey
Our Mission & Vision
To facilitate running of community programs by Social community events, Inter faith conferences, Partnership with other organization for community improvements.
To provide youth development opportunities through the running of community programs.
To better prepare our children to face the present and future challenges in a secular society by providing an exemplary environment and role modelling enrichment and personal improvements classes and workshops.
As the membership and attendee numbers grow, DJAI has started to hold classes at the Selandra Community Hub in Clyde North for the past months to accommodate more.
The Shamail Muhammadiyah class are held every Monday followed by the recital of the Maulid Dibae ( the complete history of the life of Rasullulah صلى الله عليه وسلم ). This class is well received as the attendees get a good understanding of everything about our beloved prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم.
The Fathur Rabbani class is held every Wednesday. This class is important as it serve to guide us on the purification of the heart, in line with the belief that everything starts with the right intention.
These classes are important as they helped to shape one’s character and improves their dealings with others.
The fourty hadeeths class has been well received as the attendees learn the sayings and practices of Prophet Muhammad صلى الله عليه وسلم . This class complements the weekly classes but are held in the western
suburbs due to the overwhelming requests.
DJAI Road Tour
This is a series of seminars conducted progressively with a theme relevant for all Muslims and those of other faith to understand how Islam can be practised effectively in a Modern setting in countries like Australia where multi ethnicity, cultural and faith MUST coexist harmoniously. The main purpose of the tour is to encourage the culture of learning, seeking the path of knowledge, in line with DJAI’s motto. This will provide better understanding on the practice of Islam for people of different beliefs.
We have completed five out of ten seminars and hope to involve more for the remaining sessions. For this purpose, the seminars are held all over Melbourne suburbs instead of just focusing in the South Eastern side.
Talks in College
DJAI has also been to Mt Hira College for motivational talks to engage the youths. Informal discussions were held with the students to elicit the challenges that they are facing and provide possible solutions for them. More of such talks are in the pipeline.
Feeding the Poor
- DJAI will start the programme every Thursday from 6pm to 7pm at the entrance of Dandenong Market. DJAI wishes to reach out to the under privileged segment of the community.
Rekindling Love in Our Homes
This programme aims to address the on-going challenging issues faced by many families at home which has often led to unhappy homes. We are usually so near but so far apart due to several prevailing factors whether avoidable or not, made worse by the influence and distractions of technology and the worldly needs. DJAI will be eliciting these issues from parents and children and share tips on how best these issues can be tackled and managed based on Islamic guidelines. There will be a series of 3 inter-related workshops. The first two will be to touch base with the parents’ group and children group separately. This will be followed up in the third session where we will be addressing the two groups together. This will be in collaboration with another organisation.
Long Term Plan
To meet the other purposes of the organisation, DJAI is looking at acquiring a centre where all our programmes can be better coordinated and carried out. The committee is constantly looking out for lands or building to purchase so that the DJAI centre can be set up. These programmes are geared towards the building of the centre so that we can better serve the community. DJAI envisioned that the centre will have programmes for people of different faiths true to our mission, Call for Peace and Harmony.