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Panellists disagree about whether Western powers should intervene in Libya. Following deadly crackdowns in Libya and Yemen, should western powers intervene? Osman Bakhach (Hizb ut-Tahrir) & others discuss. 12 March 2011.
If notions of sweeping away a range of despotic tyrants enabling representative rule doesn’t excite western policy makers (Tunisia, Egypt), the threat to oil supplies (Libya) certainly does. Oil
Call for armies in Egypt and surrounding areas to help people in Libya. "We are dying do something please. Anyone who has authority. Egypt, Cairo, Kuwait Qatar, ...
Video: Press conference by Hizb ut-Tahrir in Tunisia on 10 March
I have watched the news of Egypt's state security buildings being ransacked with great personal interest. It has brought back memories of my own time inside
Sheikh Umar bin Abdul Aziz - a scholar from Al-Azhar – talks about ruling by Islam, gives glad tidings to the Ummah about the return of
What has been the role of women in the current uprisngs sweeping the Muslim world? What future for Muslim women? Dr Nazreen Nawaz (Hizb ut-Tahrir), Rola
Western governments only intervene to further their own interests As Ghadaffi struggles to maintain his grip on Libya in the face of advancing forces, familiar calls for Western military
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
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