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SHEIKH TAQIUDDIN AN-NABAHANI

Founder of Hizb ut-Tahrir

Taqiuddin bin Ibrahim bin Mustafa bin Ismail bin Yusuf an-Nabahani (founder of Hizb ut Tahrir) belonged to Bani Nabahan and he came from a village by the name of Ajzam in Haifa in Northern Palestine. His family was known for knowledge, practice of Deen and Taqwa. His father, Sheikh Ibrahim, was a jurist and a scholar of ‘Uloom e Sharai in the Ministry of Ma’arif (Knowledge and Arts). His mother was also an expert in ‘Uloom e Sharai,’ which she obtained from her father Sheikh Yusuf an-Nabahani.

” The only way to change man’s concepts (mafaaheem) is by generating thought (fikr) about this life in order to set up the correct concepts (mafaaheem) about it. Thought about this life will not be productively consolidated unless the thought about man, life and the universe and about what preceded this life as well as what comes after this life, and its relationship with what is before and after it, is generated. “

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SHEIKH ABDUL QADEEM ZALLUM

The Successor

His name is Sheikh Abdul Qadeem Bin Yusuf Bin Yunis Bin Ibrahim Al Sheikh Zallum and he was a renowned scholar. His family was known for the practice of Deen. His father was a Hafiz el Qur’an and even during the last years of his life, he would be occupied with the recitation of the Holy Qur’an. His father was a teacher during the time of the Uthmani Khilafah. His father’s paternal uncle, Abdul Ghaffar Yunis Zallum, was a mufti in Al Khalil during the time of the Uthmani Khilafah.

” The only way to change man’s concepts (mafaaheem) is by generating thought (fikr) about this life in order to set up the correct concepts (mafaaheem) about it. Thought about this life will not be productively consolidated unless the thought about man, life and the universe and about what preceded this life as well as what comes after this life, and its relationship with what is before and after it, is generated. “

Al Aqsa Mosque, the third holiest site in Islam, with Mount of Olives in the background in Jerusalem, Israel.

SHEIKH ATA ABU AL-RASHTAH

The Current Ameer

Sheikh Ata is a very rare Islamic scholar. He was born into an observant Islamic family in 1943 in the small village of Ra’na in the Hebron area of the Palestinian territories. He observed first-hand the Israeli destruction of Ra’na in 1948 and thereafter moved with his family to a refugee camp near Hebron.

” The only way to change man’s concepts (mafaaheem) is by generating thought (fikr) about this life in order to set up the correct concepts (mafaaheem) about it. Thought about this life will not be productively consolidated unless the thought about man, life and the universe and about what preceded this life as well as what comes after this life, and its relationship with what is before and after it, is generated. “