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Hizb ut-Tahrir’s message: Remove Gaddafi – YES to Muslim forces, NO to Western forces

Hizb ut-Tahrir organised a demonstration in front of the Egyptian Embassy in Beirut on the 4th March 2011, appealing to the Egyptian army to help our brothers and sisters in Libya by intervening directly to put an end to the […]

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Video: Osman Bakhach on Saudi demonstrations and how Ummah can be independent

Osman Bakhach (Central Media office, Hizb ut-Tahrir) on the latest developments in Saudi Arabia and how the Muslim ummah can regain its independence and Islamic way


Appalling rise in murders of women in Turkey highlights secular liberal democracy is no model for a new Arab world

New statistics from the Turkish Justice Ministry reveal that that murders of women in Turkey rose by 1,400% over seven years, from 2002 to 2009, with over 950


Video: Taji Mustafa on why it’s time Ummah re-establishes the Khilafah

Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain addresses Ummah on anniversary of destruction of the


87 Years after destruction of Khilafah, the Ummah is marching for real change!

3rd March 1924 - 3rd March 2011 After 87 years of oppression, corruption and weakness. The Ummah is marching for real change! 3rd March 2011 is the 87th anniversary


Why is the British media suddenly talking about ‘intervention’ in Libya?

The people in Libya are undoubtedly going through an extreme test - with murderous agents of Gaddafi seeking to strike back at the Ummah's uprising;


Video: Osman Bakhach (Hizb ut-Tahrir) discusses Libya uprising

Osman Bakhach (Central Media office, Hizb ut-Tahrir) is interviewed about the massacres in Libya and Ghadaffi's attempts to cling to


Britain’s Foreign Policy Double Standard

Cameron hurries to sell more weapons to the Egyptian army In an article in the Guardian - on 22nd February 2011 - Simon Jenkins summarises the key double


Gaddafi’ War on Islam

Gaddafi's war on Islam - and consequently on his own Islamic people - has been going for most of his last 42 years of ruling. Over the decades


Islamic scholars call for removal of tyrants while rejecting democracy

The statement by a group of Islamic jurists, who are an important source guidance for Muslims, supporting the uprisings in the Middle East and condemning the leadership of