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Reader’s Letter: Life without the head of our family

Every family at some point in their lives will have a person who leads it indeed my father, Haji Zomir Uddin (May Allah [swt] forgive him) was that figurehead until he passed away in 2007, he was the head of my family in more ways than one.

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Structure of the Khilafah State

A proposed structure of the future Khilafah
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Structure of the Khilafah State

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Al Hind and Islam

[caption id="attachment_191" align="alignright" width="248" caption="Muhammad bin Qasim mosque in Aror"][/caption] The Pew report “Mapping the Global Muslim Population: A Report on the Size and Distribution of the

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Khaleefah: Democrat, Dictator or Accountable Ruler

Democracy started as an experiment over 2000 years ago in Athens. Today unsubstantiated proclamations such as ‘democracies never go to war’ and ‘all problems can only be resolved

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Historical struggle between Islam & Kufr

The intensity of the struggle we witness in the history concerning the destruction of the Khilafah (as we will see) should not come to us as a surprise.

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Can the Muslim world really unite?

On March 3rd 2010 it was the 86th anniversary of the destruction of the Khilafah. Since the day the Ummah lost her leadership we have been divided, weakened,

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Air Force of the Uthmani Khilafah

Just six years after the Wright Brother’s first successful powered flight in Ohio, the Islamic State (Uthmani Khilafah) became one of the first nations in the world to

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Islam and industrial development

Whilst the Western world has managed to achieve phenomenal development since the industrial revolution the Muslim world on the other hand lags far behind. The Muslim world is

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Does Islam oppress the woman? (Part 1)

“These are facts: The more Islamic a state is, the more its women are shrouded and confined…” - Peter Hitchens - Mail on Sunday “The Hijab…immediately suggests a belief

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Shariah: The Glass House Attack

It seems that hardly a week goes by without some sort of debate about the Shariah or the discussion of the Shariah in the editorials of leading newspapers