Maajid Nawaz, who recently returned from almost 4 years in captivity in Egypt for his membership of the non-violent Islamic political party Hizb ut-Tahrir, will appear on the BBC's hard-hitting flagship news programme Hardtalk on Monday 17th April 2006.
The wide ranging and challenging interview with Sarah Montague will explore Maajid's time in captivity, the relationship between Western governments and the dictators of the Muslim world and Hizb ut-Tahrir's work and vision for the returning Khilafah in the Muslim world.
Maajid will explain Hizb ut-Tahrir's political work of struggling against the dictators and depots in the Muslim world and expose the warm relationship that western powers maintain with such dictators. He will highlight the nature of the Caliphate as being a leadership that will guarantee the security and interests of the Muslim world rather than furthering the colonial interests of foreign powers, as done by the current rulers. He will also speak of the certainty of a future world with a Caliphate that enjoys massive popular support of Muslims worldwide.