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Ramadhan and Taqwa

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Ramadan Mubarak!

After investigation and checking, the office of the Ameer of Hizb ut-Tahrir, Ataa' bin Khaleel Abu Rushtah, has announced that a valid sighting of the New Moon of


The first 10 Days of Dhul-Hijjah

The first 10 days of Dhul Hajj are very blessed indeed As prospective Haijs set off for Hajj – the fifth pillars of Islam – and among the most


Creating the Quranic Character

Reflect the Quran in conduct, understand it, memorize it and recite it It is an established fact that for Muslims the Qur’an is the foundation of the Islamic faith.


Muslims easy prey in Sarkozy’s bid to get re-elected

France’s apparent policy contradictions towards Muslims has a lowest common denominator – self interest

Scenes of French President Sarkozy congratulating Muslims and receiving a hero’s welcome in


Ramadan and the Battle of Badr

Ramadan is more than a month of ibadah with history showing the first generation of Muslims achieved great victories during this blessed month All civilisations have seminal events that


Acquiring self-restraint during Ramadhan

In contrast to the ‘I’ll do what I want’ culture, developing self-restraint is a key objective during Ramadhan. Fasting offers many merits or qualities that help the believer strengthen


Ramadhan Message from Abdul Wahid, Chairman Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain

As we welcome the blessed month of Ramadhan, increasing our ibadat , we pray for an end to the bloodshed, chaos, oppression, corruption and hardship that plague this


Sighting of the moon

What is said about sighting the crescent in the Qur’an?

“They ask you about the crescents. Say: They are but signs to mark fixed periods of time in the


The Deen and the Sultan are Twins – Explanation from Imam Ghazali

The following text is an excerpt from the book al-Iqtisad fil-I’tiqad written by the classical scholar Muhyiddeen Abu Hamid al-Ghazali (may Allah have mercy