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Cricket’s corruption is symptomatic of a failed value system

Rooting out corruption in Cricket cannot hide a failing justice system As Mohammad Asif, Salman Butt and Mohammad Amir awoke today their world would have changed drastically to the one they have been accustomed to. Having been found guilty of […]

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George Papandreou

Greece is a another victim of capitalism

Capitalism exploits the weak and vulnerable – and that’s true for states as it is for people The European Union was conceived after WW2 as Europe was ravaged from


Release the prisoners: Dr Aafia, Babar Ahmad, Mohiuddin Ahmed…

Taji Mustafa calls for the release of Muslims illegally detained as part of the 'war on


The Capitalist System – Taking the ‘Care’ out of the ‘Healthcare Service’

Report found 'truly appalling and shocking' levels of care for the elderly

A recent report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) published on October 13th found 'truly appalling


Hizb ut-Tahrir’s message to people in Libya on the killing of Gadaffi

On the day Moammar Gadaffi was killed, Hizb ut-Tahrir addressed the brave people of Libya. The message mentioned the following points: It started by mentioning how the tyrant Gadaffi died


Emerging lessons from the Arab Spring following the death of Gaddafi

The removal of a third Arab ruler within a year after decades of immovable dictatorships is truly unprecedented After months of fighting including an invasion by the West


Let every tyrant and oppressor take heed

Gaddhafi's defeat is yet another example of how tyrants will face humiliation in this life and the Hereafter

وَبَشِّرِ الْمُؤْمِنِينَ

“And Give Glad Tidings To The


Documentary: Afghanistan – 10 Years of Failure and Oppression

It is high time for a honest and rigorous assessment of this war and, in the Australian context, continued involvement in it. The politicians, from both sides, have


Profits prized over ending fuel poverty

Paying the rent, putting food on the table or heating the home are the bleak ’choices’ families make each day. Over 5 million households and rising live in


Consumerism and the rise of a new clergy

Capitalist societies consider religiosity of any type detrimental to human progress yet idolise mere mortals In a western world currently in the doom and gloom of economic, societal and