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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 the sanctity of the Muslims’ blood and their right, and that it […]

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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


One year on: Arab Spring, The 4 Burning Questions

With the dust beginning to settle, the focus of attention has moved to the future of the region. We ask prominent political activists for their views on some


Reject disgusting values that America & Britain are trying to establish in Muslim world

Over the last few weeks we were sickened to see US troops taking lives in Afghanistan, and to add insult to injury, urinating upon those they had killed.


Arab Spring: Islam or Democracy

One year on from the beginning of the 'Arab Spring' uprisings western media continues to portray these events as being motivated by a desire amongst the people for


The Arab Spring and the red lines of Islamic governance

As political Islam emerges from the ruins of dictators, what are Islam’s non-negotiable ‘red lines’ of governance. If 2011 was the year of uprising, excitement and radical change in


Ahl udh-Dhimma and the Right of Guardianship in the Islamic State

Discussion of the Coptic Christians has become prominent from the mouths of secularists lately in Egypt, as the implementation of the Sharee’ah has become the subject all of