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88th anniversary since the destruction of the Khilafah

March 3rd 2012 marks the 88th year the global Ummah has been without the Khilafah. In a hadith the prophet (saw) outlined this situation, he said: The knots of Islam will be undone one by one, each time a knot […]

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Dr Abdul Wahid’s open letter to the Muslim community about the continuing repression in Syria

Dear Respected Brother, Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh We have all witnessed the thousands killed, and many more injured and displaced, in the repression committed by the regime of


“Bashar is bad but what may come after him may be worse (fitna)!”

As I came out of jumuah salah in a Mosque in Tottenham , north London, I met a brother I have known over the years. A lot

Egypt Parliament

Hizb ut-Tahrir Egypt advises Muslim groups engaged with the regime

"The Muslim Brotherhood” remains silent in parliament while the regime attacks it. The "Freedom and Justice" Party threatens to merely ‘review’ the Camp David Agreement if


Why we are marching with the Syrian Uprising

  • Muslims in the UK, like many others, are horrified by the atrocities of the regime of Bashar al Assad in Syria towards his own people. We stand with


A Statement from Hizb ut-Tahrir Syria to the Muslim Scholars

On the 15th of Rabee’ ul-Awwal 1433, corresponding to 7th Februrary 2012, 107 Muslim scholars issued a declaration regarding the events in Syria. This statement included fatawa about


Hizb ut-Tahrir increases pressure on Syrian regime

Hizb ut-Tahrir continues to rally supporters across the world to join its call for an end to the regime of Bashaar Al-Assad and for the army of Syria


Video Trailer – March to support the uprising in Syria


Massacre in Homs: the last throws of a tyrant?

Early this morning, the Syrian government launched a violent military attack on the city of Homs, massacring hundreds. The bombs dropped on a large group of protestors and


A failed political class presiding over unworthy honours and undeserving bonuses

Political gestures against bankers used to distract from the failings of capitalism

The western financial crisis of 2008 has not only exposed flaws in the