Peace is far out of reach for the Muslims of Palestine and Kashmir. Both are subject to daily inhumane treatment at the hands of an occupying force, driven by extreme nationalist ideology. Now Muslims all over
Depicting the Prophet (saw) in film is both disrespectful and forbidden in Islam, as is the portrayal of his noble Sahabah (companions), particularly with distortions of well-known events and fabricated
ardent secularists in the British government and the media have turned around to accuse Muslims, once again, for threatening free speech. The very notion of free speech is so riddled with contradictions that it comes as no surprise that its champions cannot put forward a reasonable argument in its defence.
Members of Hizb ut Tahrir in Britain will gather outside the Pakistan High Commission in London at 2:30pm on Saturday 7th May to protest against the interference of America in the politics of Pakistan. The event is titled “Independence not Intervention - Stop US Interference and Normalisation with India”.
Imagine if Volodymyr Zelensky tweeted that Ukraine desires peaceful and cooperative ties with Russia, whilst Ukrainian citizens are being slaughtered during Putin's invasion! You would call him a traitor, question who he is working for, and refuse to have any further dealings with him.
The Muslims in Britain have shown their disgust for the way in which Imran Khan was removed from power in Pakistan, and particularly for the meddling hand of America in the affair. It is important that anger be directed at the root of the problem in order for it to become more than a vein venting of frustration.
The war in Ukraine and the posturing response of Western nations is a damning example of how little the current secular world order has to offer and a desperate reminder that Muslims must be active in exposing the current hypocrisies and explaining the Islamic alternative. Politicians and their media stooges are predictably calling to the same tired ideas that have been responsible for all of the wars of the past…
All the world’s economies follow the capitalist ideology with its secular foundation, either because its people have adopted it, as is the case in the West, or as the majority case elsewhere, because the wealthy Western colonialists have imposed it through their agents, whether dictators, kings, prime ministers, generals and emirs.