وَلَا تَهِنُوا وَلَا تَحْزَنُوا وَأَنتُمُ الْأَعْلَوْنَ إِن كُنتُم مُّؤْمِنِينَ “Do not give up and do not be downhearted. You shall be uppermost if you are believers.” (Aali ‘Imraan, 3:139) The recent period has witnessed a host of bloody attacks that have led to the deaths of civilians, Muslims and non-Muslims alike, including many women and […]
European countries are struggling to contain tensions within the Turkish diaspora community after the failed coup in Turkey widened the gulf between supporters of the president, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, and Fethullah Gülen who he accuses of orchestrating the coup. Recent days have seen mainly peaceful demonstrations outside Turkish embassies in Europe. However, there have been […]
Former Home Secretary Theresa May became Britain’s Prime Minister recently, with the task of steering its withdrawal out of the European Union. “I am honored and humbled to have been chosen by the Conservative Party to become its leader,” said May, who favored remaining in the EU but has made clear there is no going […]
Jo Cox was buried on the 15th July 2016. She is a UK member of parliament who was shot and stabbed to death with a knife during the campaigning for the referendum that led to the vote for the UK to leave the European Union. The day after her funeral, the UK’s Daily Telegraph newspaper […]
On Friday 1st July 2016, Switzerland’s burqa ban was enforced in the southern Swiss canton of Ticino. Muslim women found wearing the Niqab in public places, including in shops, restaurants, hotels and public buildings would face a fine of up to £7,890. The embassy of Saudi Arabia instead of condemning such discriminating bans that will […]
Question: A referendum took place in Britain on 23/06/2016 about remaining or leaving the European Union. The result was approximately 52% in favour of leaving. Following that the British Prime Minister Cameron announced his resignation on the basis that his government would remain for three months. So was the result of the referendum the opposite […]
June 7th and 8th, 16 people of whom 8 are police lost their lives and over 60 people were left wounded in the aftermath of the bombings in Istanbul Vezneciler and Mardin Midyat. As Hizb ut Tahrir Wilayah Turkey, we condemn this vile terrorist attack which saddened countless families in this month of the Mubarak […]
Racial abuse is on the rise in post-Brexit Britain, a Conservative British MP said as police confirmed they were investigating several racially motivated crimes. (CNN) There has been a 57 percent increase in hate crimes since Brexit according to CNN and Facebook page Worrying Signs reports abuses taking place throughout Britain from regular people posting […]
Friday 17th of June 2016, Metro Newspaper reported that British football fans were documented on social media mocking refugee children who were begging for money in the city of Lile, France. “Michael Stothard, a journalist for The Financial Times, claims he saw the young boy drinking beer (alcohol) and posted a photograph of him on Twitter. […]
Source: USA Today Conditions in Simferopol detention center are beyond all bearing – lawyer The Muslims arrested in relation to the Hizb Ut-Tahrir case in the Russian-occupied Crimea are not tortured. Instead, the penal authorities of Simferopol’s prison give them meals with pork, which is forbidden by Islam. This is according to lawyer Oleksandr Popkov.
Bulgaria’s National Assembly approved on June 15 the first reading of a law banning the wearing in public of clothing that completely or partly covers the face – a law tabled by the nationalist minority coalition Patriotic Front to outlaw the wearing of the burqa.
The UK’s Mirror Newspaper reported on the results of a survey on the 13th June, 2016, “on average, a single working person aged between 22 and 29 years old and renting a one bedroom home would spend 48% of their post-tax income on their rent.” In London, the average was 57%. The Mirror also reported […]
Question: The media is still circulating the issue of Erdogan’s forcing Davutoglu to resign; some say that it is because Davutoglu was not enthusiastic about the subject of the presidential system, and others say it is because he slid into negotiations with the European Union on the issue of the flow of refugees to Europe… […]
On the 30th of May 2016, Middle East Eye reported on a new research report published by European Network Against Racism that shows how “Islamophobia is a form of discrimination specifically targeted at women.” The report itself can be found in the following link: “The report, which covers eight European countries, focused on discrimination in […]
On the 29th May, Turkey marked the 1453 Ottoman conquest of Istanbul on its 563rd anniversary with a grandiose ceremony including the participation of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım, alongside an estimated million spectators, in the city’s coastal Yenikapı Square.
G7 leaders in final declaration of summit, held in Japan, claimed that they are ready to prolong sanctions against Russia and stressed that prolongation of sanctions depends on how Russia will implement Minsk Agreement.
President of AKP (Justice and Development Party) and Prime Minister Davutoğlu, stated that he would not nominate himself for Presidency in AKP’s extraordinary congress which will be organized on 22nd of May. (Source: News Agencies)
The Culture Ministry in Denmark issued a statement on the 10th of May 2016. The subject of the statement was changes to the law applying upon the two laws of ‘People’s Awareness’ and ‘Municipal Agencies’. This was when the government and the following parties: Social Democrats, The Denmark People’s Party (The Liberal Coalition), the Socialist […]
On 13 May 2016, the hypocritical Turkish EU Affairs Minister, Volkan Bozkir, accused the European Union of betraying Turkey, but this is his government’s reward for betraying the Muslim refugees at Turkey’s south eastern border with Syria. The Wall Street Journal posted the story as: “Turkey, EU Dispute Over Antiterror Laws Threatens Migration Deal.”
In London we saw the Mayoral election and subsequently the victory of Sadiq Khan. Over the last a few weeks and days, both mayoral candidates, Sadiq Khan and Zac Goldsmith campaigned by using the fear of Muslims and the Muslim community to win votes, with the only difference being that Zac Goldsmith was more aggressive […]
Last week started with a political roar about gender segregated swimming for girls in a Copenhagen sports club, followed by this week’s expulsion of young girls wearing niqab, from a Danish high school. In both cases the mayor argument was that it contradicts good integration and the concepts of “freedom”. The expulsion from the high […]
On Wednesday the 4th of May, the Russian media outlets mentioned based on information from the Russian federal security apparatus that “A group of citizens from Central Asian states were arrested in the city of Moscow who had been planning to undertake a series of terrorist acts in the Moscow region, during the days of […]
President Erdogan answered questions of journalists during his visit in Croatia. Erdogan’s statements regarding the secularism discussions were striking. President Erdogan commented on the words of Parliament Speaker Ismail Kahraman who said, “There should not be secularism in the new constitution”. He said, “We laid down our view regarding secularism in the AKP’s constitution. Mr. […]
Question: The UK will vote on whether to remain in the European Union on 23/6/2016. This referendum comes at a critical time for the EU, which is still suffering from the economic crisis that began in 2008. Questions arose about the possibility of the EU’s survival if Britain pulls out, and the possibility to have […]
The Turkish consulate in Rotterdam has infuriated Dutch MPs by calling on Turkish groups in the Netherlands to inform it of insults against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Several MPs complained of the “long arm of the Turkish state” while the Dutch PM said it was a “strange” move. Last week, Germany allowed the prosecution of […]
After removing the Khilafah state that protected the Muslims, their creed, beliefs, values and the lifestyle which was based upon these for 1300 years and more, and forcibly and brutally imposing the capitalist secular system that took the Ummah under its claws; nothing else than disasters were left to future generations as inheritance.
Within the last decade British Muslims have been subject to an excessive level of propaganda and scrutiny. This has led to the amendment of existing terror laws and the introduction of the first all-encompassing social policy, which targets almost every aspect of Muslim life. The PREVENT agenda was presented as a vehicle to countering extremism. […]
Within the framework of the EU-Turkey agreement, the first ferry with a group of refugees to be deported from Greece to Turkey has departed from Lesbos at 7:10 a.m. The first ferry was escorted ashore by Turkish coast guard and helicopter in the port town of Dikili. A group of migrants are about to arrive […]
On Wednesday the 6th of April, Danish politicians held the first of three meetings to plan how to fight “radicalized” environments and “hate-preachers”. So far they have agreed that they should hit hard against radicalization, but so far they fail to agree how it should be done.
Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic was found guilty of genocide on the 24th of March over the Srebrenica massacre and crimes against humanity committed during the 1990s war in the former Yugoslavia.