A video clip from inside the camps shared by activists on social media websites, showed a refugee from Syria inside his tent shivering from the cold weather. He appealed to the relevant authorities to provide them with fuel oil.
Billions are spent in a few days by the state to spread obscenity, destroy the high values and strike the beliefs instead of reviving the Ummah’s culture and introducing its men of Fuqaha’ (scholars), engineers, doctors and scientists like Al-Taher bin Ashour, Khader Hussein and Sheikh Zaghouani and Saheb Ettabaa’ and others...
On 21/11/2018, a report by Britain based organization Save the Children stated that around 85,000 children under the age of five may have died of acute malnutrition during the three years of war in Yemen. This number alone is equal to the total number of children under five in Birmingham, the second largest city in Britain.
On Saturday 27th of October, by the blessing of Allah, Alhamdulilah, the Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir in coordination with Hizb ut Tahrir / Wilayah Tunisia successfully held a significant and impressive International Women’s Conference in Tunis entitled
According to UN sources, Yemen is currently facing the world’s worst famine in 100 years. The scale of the catastrophe has been likened to that faced by Africa in the 1980’s. A BBC recent report has quoted that according to Lisa Grande, the UN's Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen, as many as 13 million civilians are at risk of dying from lack of food in the next three months.
On Monday 01/10/2018, the security agencies of the regime arrested the Dawah carrier, Sister Wafa Sobh, and two of her sons in a barbaric manner from her home. Then these agencies returned to arrest her third son, and when they did not find him, they arrested her eighty year old father, who they did not take into account his age and the regard of his grey hair.
On October 3rd, the Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir launched an important global campaign entitled, “The Family: Challenges & Islamic Solutions” which will culminate in an international women’s conference at the end of October to be attended by speakers from across the world.
On August 4, 2018, the BBC reported on the first Muslim woman to be fined in Denmark for wearing the face veil (Niqab) in a public place. “Danish parliament approved a bill in May 2018 to punish anyone wearing a full-face veil with a fine” (BBC, 31 May 2018). Currently the Law does not mention burkas and niqabs by name, but states, "Anyone who wears a garment that hides the…