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Major bank report fails to identify root causes to the financial crisis

Report into collapse of RBS stays well within the comfort zone of criticism and thus fails to identify failings of capitalism On Monday 12th December, the FSA – one of the main banking regulators in the UK – published a […]

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SCAF’s Advisory Council attempts to establish secular order in Egypt


A divided western world

The Eurozone crisis shows divisions run deep among western allies Last week, at the height of the Eurozone crisis, Britain used its veto to scupper German and French attempts


Hizb ut-Tahrir: Colonialist Invaders are set to launch sectarian crises in Afghanistan

On Tuesday, 6th Dec, when a large number of people were busy in Abul Fazl shrine, commemorating 10th of Muhram (Ashura), a bloody bomb blast killed about 58


The Eurozone: Capitalism in Crisis

This video explains the origins, rise and possibly the imminent fall of the Eurozone. The Eurozone which, not long ago, was considered a powerful economic region now lies


Super Mario and the Crisis of Democracy in Europe

In a popular children’s computer game, the Mario Brothers are heroes who save the day. In recent newspaper headlines, the new Italian Prime Minister, Mario Monti and the


The fruits of nationalism – racism and the tram lady

Racism is something that simmers under the surface in British society A YouTube video which shows a white woman openly abusing Blacks, Poles and Asians on a


Who will rescue the Syrian people from Assad’s bloody regime?

“You can’t make war in the Middle East without Egypt and you can’t make peace without Syria” Henry Kissinger After spending months observing the callous slaughter and atrocious carnage


Pictures : Hizb ut-Tahrir activists in Cairo’s Tahrir Square

Hizb ut-Tahrir’s activists interacting with the protesters in Tahrir Square and outlining how the Islamic Khilafah system offers true independence from foreign powers and solutions to the many


Video: Muslim Voices at Occupy London

Taji Mustafa visits the UK's biggest tent protest - Occupy London at St Paul's - and explores how Islamic economic principles offer solutions to capitalism's global economic