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What next for Egypt? A lot can be said about the revolution in Egypt, the bravery of the participants, the savagery of the police and Mubarak’s goons, the acquiescence of the military to the revolution and Mubarak’s eventual and humiliating […]
Osman Bakhach (Hizb ut-Tahrir's Central Media Office) and others debate uprising in Yemen following revolutions in Tunisia and
The rise of China masks a flawed economic model repeating the mistakes of the capitalist west China has now officially become the world’s largest economy after the US, replacing
The Egyptian military has announced that it has suspended the country’s constitution and dissolved parliament. The Supreme Council of the Armed Forces, which is effectively the provisional authority in
Hizb ut-Tahrir organised rally for Khilafah in Tunisia on 12 Feb
The world waited with much anticipation as various rumours leaked out that Hosni Mubarak would be stepping down as president of Egypt after 30 years of brutal rule.
Hosni Mubarak, the Pharaoh of Egypt, was today thrown out of office in humiliation. Yesterday he did not announce his resignation despite being expected to do so. Yet, by
Today, in a much anticipated speech, Hosni Mubarak, defied all expectations and did not announce his resignation despite the demands of the brave and perseverant Muslims of Egypt
In the name of Allah, The Most Merciful, The Most Compassionate
O you who are uprising in Tahrir Square!
The US positioning Omar Suleiman is unsurprising given he has served American interests for decades
The Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him) is narrated to have