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Kayani, do you think that seizing Saad Jagranvi will slow the march to Khilafah and your walk to the gallows?

Kayani, do you think that seizing Saad Jagranvi will slow the march to Khilafah and your walk to the gallows? On 26 November 2012, Kayani's thugs seized Saad Jagranvi, member of Hizb ut-Tahrir and head of the Central Contact Committee, shortly before maghrib. A father of six children, Saad called his widowed elderly mother to confirm that he had been taken by agency thugs. Saad Jagranvi is a prominent influential within Lahore from a highly renowned and respected family, the Jagranvis. Hizb ut-Tahrir wishes to remind Kayani and his masters, the Americans who cower in their frail outpost, their embassy, as they hear news of the continuing march of the Hizb. 1. Your campaign of threats, harrassment, abduction and torture, upto and including martyrdom, has not slowed the Hizb's work, let alone stopped it, in any country and never will inshaaAllah. Seeking to extinguish the light and guidance of Allah SWT Deen is a failed pursuit tha

Book: Guide for the performer of prayer from the book of Al Jami li Ahkam is Salah

The translation of 'Guide for the performer of prayer: Compiled from the book of Al Jami li Ahkam is Salah (Compiled Rules of Salah)' is now available. Abu Tariq Al-Harithy has summed up all the rules (ahkam) contained in the two volume book of Al Jami' li Ahkam is- Salah (Compiled rules of Salah) by Abu Iyas, Mahmood ibn Abdul Latif 'Owaidah. Engineer Fouad Hussein, its editor says: "T his book of Guide is inseparable from its origin, book of Al Jami' in terms of the evidences of the rules for whoever is interested in them and has the capacity to follow up the debate and discussion. Whoever wishes to understand the rules only without evidences, this Guide is, with Allah's help, enough." The book is now available to purchase online from:

Myanmar: Cycle of Catastrophe

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم Myanmar: Cycle of Catastrophe How did we forget? How did we become distant and disconnected? We focus on Palestinians, Libyans and mostly Syrians. Yet we remain aloof about our brothers and sisters in Myanmar. We rush to gather funds and blankets for Syrian refugees yet no word about them. Them: the distant dark-skinned people of the Far East. The situation can almost be comparable if not worse to the time when Rasool Allah (saw) first started his Dawah. Buddhists are threatened by Myanmar Muslims simply because of their belief in Allah and His Messenger. They are set to fire, thrown into the sea or forced to suffer at the hands of enraged Buddhists. Where is the peace so-called Buddhists follow? ((يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُوا لَا تَتَّخِذُوا بِطَانَةً مِّن دُونِكُمْ لَا يَأْلُونَكُمْ خَبَالًا وَدُّوا مَا عَنِتُّمْ قَدْ بَدَتِ الْبَغْضَاءُ مِنْ أَفْوَاهِهِمْ وَمَا تُخْفِي صُدُورُهُمْ أَكْبَرُ ۚ قَدْ بَيَّنَّا لَكُمُ الْآيَاتِ ۖ إِن كُنتُمْ تَعْ

Q&A: Military intervention in Mali

In recent days, many spoke of military intervention in Northern Mali, and yesterday Sunday 11th November 2012, leaders of the Economic Community of West Africa (ECOWAS) met to discuss the restoration of Northern Mali within the State of Mali. Their decision was vague and indecisive. They decided to send 3,300 troops to Mali, but at the same time they declared not to close the door to a political settlement, leaving the door open for dialogue. This was after UN Security Council Resolution 2071 on 10/15/2012, which gave a 45-day deadline to this group. And over this and that, the stances of the major colonialist influences in Africa were different. The most urgent stance for military intervention is taken by France, and to a lesser degree America, whilst Britain displayed a lack of interest. But, what is striking is that Algeria is the hub in this matter, the officials' visits of these countries were frequent to Algeria, and a delegation came just as another left, though Algeria

Supporting Gaza is neither through calling for peace nor through delegations for condolence of the martyrs

بِسْمِ اللّهِ الرَّحْمَنِ الرَّحِيمِ Supporting Gaza is neither through calling for peace nor through delegations for condolence of the martyrs, but only through that strikes the Jewish entity morning and evening For the fourth consecutive day, Gaza has been bombed by the Jewish entity from land, sea and air. The martyrs are in the dozens, whilst the wounded are in hundreds ... The rulers of the Muslim countries, especially those closest in proximity count the martyrs and the wounded. They compete both in condemnation and indignation, they protest both with quiet speech and loud! The Minister of Foreign Affairs of Qatar, the godfather of the Jewish entity in the region, is threatening from his “ostrich feathers” palace that the Jewish aggression "must not go unpunished!" Then they communicate with each other, talking about tragedies that happen in Gaza, feigning grief at what happened, they promise to send mediators to calm the situation down or by sending delegations t

Video: Gradual Change vs. Radical Change by Sheikh Issam Ameireh

Talk by Sheikh Issam Ameireh from al-Quds at Hizb ut-Tahrir's recent conference in Scandinavia. 

Gaza: Between Rhetoric and Liberation

The new   Hijri   year is upon us, marking the 1434th year since Rasoolullah s.a.w. migrated to Madina and established the   Khilafah.   But instead of being in a mood of celebration over the victory that was given to the Prophet s.a.w after years of persecution and hardship the Ummah finds herself in a morbid reality, one which is neither befitting her glorious nature nor a testimony of her magnificent past. It was a Wednesday on 14 th  November and the Palestinians had not yet recovered from the holocaust of 2008, that Israel decided it was time for more raids and targeted assassinations and rockets. The media coverage has blatantly proven its bias agendas, and world leaders with their one sided condemnations have shown their true colours, where by murder is only murder when the one killed is not a Palestinian otherwise the life lost is not of any worth, even if it be the life of a young child; the child then becomes the terrorist and the perpetrator becomes the civilised law u

Al-Jazeera debate with Ahmad Qasas on the objectives of political work in Ummah

Ahmad Qasas, media representative of Hizb ut Tahrir Lebanon, presents the errors of basing political work on an un-Islamic foundation.

Video: Aleppo Brigades' unite to reject the Syrian National Coalition and declare support for an Islamic State

A  united pledge  issued by ALL the major battalions and brigades fighting in Aleppo, Syria on 18 November 2012. They declare their rejection of the western inspired "Syrian National Coalition" and their support for a just Islamic State. The full transcript of the pledge is below. We, the fighter formations on the territory of the city of Aleppo and the entire countryside, being: - Jubhatu Nussrah - Kataa'ib Ahrar Sham - Liwa ut Tawheed - Ahraar Suria - Liwa Halab Ash Shahbaa Al Islami - Haraka Fadjr ul Islammiyya - Liwa Dur' ul Ummah - Liwa Anadan - Kataa'ib ul Islam - Liwa Jaysh Muhammad - Liwa un Nasr - Katiebat Al Baz - Katiebat as Sultan Muhammad - Liwa Dara' ul Islam And others... Declare that we reject the project called 'The Syrian National Coalition' and that there is unanimity and consensus (between us) on the establishment of a just Islamic state and on the rejection of any external project by coalit

Gaza: Tangled Web of Interests

Gaza: Tangled Web of Interests By  Abu Anas The Israeli  assassination of Hamas' military chief  has escalated to a larger conflict, where on one side Hamas is storming Israel with rockets and on the other Israel threatening a full ground invasion of Gaza. Hamas has threatened to make this Israeli aggression into a " hell " burning the perpetrators. In response, the Knesset, Israel’s parliament, approved a call-up of 75,000 reservists for deployment by the army in the case of an escalation in the conflict.[1]  To completely understand the situation, a political observer must understand the tangled web of relations and interests of the world and regional players in respect to the conflict.  The American stance  has always been unrelenting in support for Israel's aggression in Gaza. The Israelis have been in negotiations for months with the US regarding the way to deal with the Iranian nuclear program. These negotiations occurred during the many visits that