AMJA

AcronymDefinition
AMJAAssembly of Muslim Jurists in America (Folsom, CA)
AMJAAmerican Mah-Jongg Association (Baltimore, MD)
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The Declining Balance Co-ownership Program received the highest rating by The Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA).
The minister lauded the efforts by AMJA religious scholars, specialists and experts "at a time when Muslim minorities require updated fatwas that are compatible with the needs of time and space".
The opening ceremony will be attended by Shaikh Abdulla, society president Dr Adel Al Ma'awda, and AMJA first deputy Dr Ali Ahmed Al Salous.
To settle the issue, the Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA) organised a conference around the issue of home finance.
1 -- The All Media Journalist's Association (AMJA) filed a fresh petition in the Madras High Court to review its earlier order of dismissal of the Public Interest Litigation (PIL) writ petitions questioning the manner of delimitation of graduate constituencies and preparation of poll rolls for elections to the proposed legislative council.
This unique opportunity is tied to AMAA's (then AMJA) pioneering efforts to bring medical oversight and care to endurance events.
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The Assembly of Muslim Jurists of America (AMJA) Fiqh Committee Resident Fatwa Committee (RFC) met in Houston on 20-22 Dhul-Qadah 1435 AH (15-17 September 2014) to issue a resolution concerning Islamic home financing in the US.
And we know of our Boston history and our roots as AMJA. Two people have made huge impacts with the success of each of these events.
A core of Journalists organization, Chennai Press Club, All Media Journalists Association (AMJA), Chennai Union of Journalist and Chennai Reporters Guild, urged the state government and the police to take appropriate action against the priests who indulged violence against the journalist and attacked them brutally.
AMAA (then AMJA) was instrumental in setting the medical standards that exist at marathons in the U.S.