Thursday 20 June 2013
The Khilafah is the soil upon which the tree of Islam grows
Taji Mustafa (Hizb ut-Tahrir) outlines a way forward for the Muslim community following the Woolwich
Mashallaaaaah thank u brothers and sisters for this great work!!
But why did you write Liberty, in some place ? Just for the people of our arab. countries, they actually go out and protest for “liberty”, ( you know how much they are opressed)
Salaams, I liked it so much I put it on my blog
In my opinion the only way the khilafah will be brought about is if we Muslims ourselves are sincere in our devotion to Islam. People may say once the khilafah is re-established then we will be able to practice Islam with more devotion but how many of us pray five times a day? how many of us fulfil the fardh and wajib that Allah has demanded from us. If we don’t have the will inside our hearts then the khilafah will never come. I believe that we Muslims need to start practising Islam properly in our lives with full content and we ourselves need lessons on our Deen. The Ummah as a whole need changing. For example, you won’t be able to read if you don’t know the alphabet. In the same way us Muslims cannot establish the khilafah until we establish our Deen 100% in our daily life. It’s alright protesting and everything but when has protesting stopped the UK from going to war? the only way we will establish the khilafah is if we educate ourselves more in our Deen, spread this deen…
Masha’Allah i think this is a clear and easy way to visualise the way in which the links are made between the root of a just system and rules which are implemented upon it’s people to bring about a tranquil society.
Side point i can’t see where liberty is mentioned.
I aggree.. it’s good..Islam and Khilafah… Allahu Akbar..!!
any chance you can keep the khilafah basic idea on half of the front page ? that may help to hook visitors
Response to Woolwich incident - Taji Mustafa
Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain
A History of the Khilafah system