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Rohingya Muslims have no protector

“But if they ask you for help in respect of the deen, it is your duty to help them” [Al-Anfaal: 72] The desperate sight of Rohingya Muslims is difficult to comprehend. In the 21st century there are men, women and children, young […]

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Cameron’s latest counter-extremism policy attempts to challenge Islam

The government has just announced its plans for another reboot of so-called 'counter-extremism' policies that have failed under previous administrations. We have little doubt that their latest version -


Andijan Massacre: Uzbek Embassy Picket, 11am 9th May 2015

Karimov, the tyrant of Uzbekistan, continues to declare war against Allah (swt), His Messenger (saw) and the Da’wah Carriers to the Deen of Allah (swt), as he resorted


Dr Abdul Wahid : Unravelling ‘Counter-Extremism’ at the LSE

This week the Law Faculty of the London School of Economics invited me to speak at a panel discussion looking at the question ‘How Free is Speech?’ -


Uzbekistan’s Regime Is Spiteful of Islam And Hence It Harbours Malice Against Hizb ut Tahrir

The ruler of Uzbekistan, Islam Karimov, is spiteful of Islam and spiteful to all who call for it. His hatred is not new but it is an old


Hizb ut-Tahrir responds to Police claim that a father is a “risk” after sharing Hizb ut-Tahrir’s article

A Muslim father from Derby who made an application to adopt a child has been flagged up by Derbyshire Police as a possible “risk” to children because he


Taji Mustafa: Theresa May brands Muslim Community ‘Extremist’

Theresa May today used the Muslim Community as an election football by branding their core beliefs and values 'extremist' to appeal to right-wing voters. Separate seating for men and


Hizb ut-Tahrir seminar exposes Prevent agenda and urges Muslims to defiantly hold on to Islamic values

15-March-2015 - Today in East London, Hizb ut-Tahrir addressed hundreds of Muslims including Imams, teachers, solicitors, community activists and parents at an event titled; 'Challenging counter-extremism policy'. Addressing


Philip Hammond The Government in Self Denial

Philip Hammond, the British Foreign Secretary, has waded into the debate over MI5 and whether this was a factor in radicalising Muhammad Emwazi with what appears to be


Would they call John Prescott an ‘apologist for terror’?

Former Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott was always the Labour Party’s licensed maverick. Just weeks away from the general election, one could be forgiven for being