Turkish President Erdogan visited London this week to gather support for his re-election campaign. As expected he put on a great show of his Islamic credentials, which amounted to no more than secular and individualistic platitudes.
Today on the 28th Rajab 1439 AH, we remember that the last Khaleefah was deposed in Istanbul by the traitor Mustafa Kemal. The Ottoman Caliphate (Uthmani Khilafah) was the Islamic State at the time, which had been brutally carved up and finally destroyed at the hands of the jealous British colonialists.
97 years ago on the 28th of Rajab, the traitor Mustafa Kamal obeyed the demands of his British masters by abolishing the Khilafah (Caliphate) system. This plot against the Muslim Ummah to establish a secular (non-religious) state on the ashes of the Islamic Ottoman Caliphate was the beginning of a century of Turkish leaders’ betrayal and service to Western colonial interests
A new initiative, deceptively labeled “Safe and Secure” has been launched to address the perceived failures of the Prevent policy; which is already known to be a failed policy. At the same time Britain’s police chiefs have called upon the general public to become “counter terrorism citizens”.
Hizb ut Tahrir Britain organised a conference titled 'Building an Independent Pakistan' in Birmingham on 24th March attended by more than 600 people from the Muslim community. The conference aimed to show that, despite celebrating Yaum e Pakistan on 23rd March (1940 Lahore resolution outlining a separate homeland for Muslims), Pakistan continues to be dependent and enslaved to the Western colonialists through a multitude of colonial instruments like the constitution…
Hate speech is often a discussion point in the government and media. It is now usually a justification for more intrusive legislation to curb online debate and discussions. This week is no different. The Mayor of London shared some of the abusive anti-Muslim messages that he received, while promoting his Hate Crime Hub initiative.
On Tuesday 6th March 2018, a delegation from Hizb ut Tahrir in Britain delivered a statement to the Saudi Ambassador protesting the coming visit of Mohammed Bin Salman - and exposing the ugly relationship between the Saudi regime and the British state.