All posts filed under: The Khilafah

Only Khilafah Rashida can solve the Problems of Water Resources on a Regional and International Level

During the Fourth Water Conference in Kabul on 6 March 2017, the President of Afghanistan asked countries in the region to support construction of Water Dams and Supply Network in Afghanistan. He said, “Water is a key element of regional cooperation. By establishing legal frameworks and bilateral and multilateral agreements, we can create better grounds […]

6. Understanding Islam as a Comprehensive Deen able to Solve All Human Problems

Shaping Islamic Education to Build Muslim Youth for the Challenges of 21st Century Life Many Muslim youth view Islam as just a religion, comprised of a few good morals, rituals and rules. Furthermore, they witness Islam constantly being depicted as backward, barbaric, oppressive to women and other faiths, and an historical artifact. Additionally, they live […]

The Education Policy in Muslim Countries Destroys Leadership Skills and Creativity and Encourages Imitation!

States pay great attention to their education policy and its styles, and they devise it with full awareness due to the significant impact on the building of individual personalities all the while emphasizing the state’s reputation and displaying its position among other nations. A successful education policy will result in providing knowledge for the student […]

4. Islamic Education: Nurturing a Yearning for Jannah

Shaping Islamic Education to Build Muslim Youth for the Challenges of 21st Century Life Muslim children today live in a consumerism obsessed materialistic world that is trying to create Paradise on earth for them, with dazzling temptations and pleasures galore, many of which go against their Deen. In this capitalism dominated world, the pursuit of […]

Western Division of the Middle East

The Muslim world around the globe bears very little cultural and political resemblance to its historical past. The streets of the Indian subcontinent, which were once clear of poverty and crookedness are now slums, which home crime, illegal activity and disharmony amongst citizens. Across the Middle East massacres and bombings have become the norm alongside  runaway […]

Q&A: Joining a Trade Union in order to Practice a Profession

Question:                                          Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh, Assalamu Alaikum wa Rahmatullahi wa Barakatuh our brothers, Assalamu Alaikum our Ameer, may Allah grant you and those with you, blessings and success …. After greetings I have a question if you could please reply to it quickly for necessity. I specialize in medical testing, and to be […]

Girls’ Rights in Bangladesh will not be Protected Until Shariah Law is Implemented

According to the news published in New Age on 19th February, 2017, Human Rights Watch (HRW) is demanding from the Bangladesh government to remove the provision of permitting girls to marry under the age of 18 from the draft Child Marriage Restraint Act 2014 to work towards a Bangladesh free of child marriage. The current […]

The Abolition of Guardianship in Marriage is a Change in the Laws of Allah and the Destruction of Family Cohesion

The proposed constitutional amendments project in Parliament, have permitted the marriage between a male and a female through direct consensus and contract or through delegation (Wikala) after reaching the legal age of maturity. The head of the Emergency Committee for Reviewing the Constitutional Amendments, Badriya Sulaiman, has announced the invitation to the Body of Sudanese […]

Hanafi Fuqaha on Public Property

The concept of public property, and its opposing category of private property, is well known today, due primarily to the centrality of the latter to liberal and capitalist thought and the former to socialist thought. However, the notion that certain things are owned by individuals, giving them exclusive disposal rights thereof, whilst others are for […]

Passing the General Budget Law in Jordan for 2017 is a Great Crime and a Violation of the Poor’s Livelihoods

Passing the general budget law by the Jordanian House of Representatives for the year 2017 after a farce of a discussion was not a surprise. People only expect from parliaments – throughout its history – to give confidence to the successive governments, and to exercise legislation and pass oppressive laws, including the budget law, which […]

Whether Civilian or Military, Courts in Democracy are Unjust

For Justice, Abolish the Man-Made System and Establish the Khilafah (Caliphate) on the Method of Prophethood On 9th January 2017, a high-level meeting regarding military courts took place, chaired by Prime Minister of Pakistan, in which the civilian and military leadership participated. It was decided in this meeting that the federal government will start a […]

Member of the Treacherous Iranian Regime Proposes Sterilization of its Homeless Women

On Sunday the 1st of January, a deputy provincial governor in the Iranian capital said that homeless women in Tehran who are drug-dependent and who also practice prostitution should be encouraged to be sterilized. He stated that over 20 percent of them have AIDS and they spread various diseases and that in addition to spreading […]

The Miss Globe Pageant is Commerce at the expense of the Honour of Muslim Women

Following the organizing of the Miss Globe Pageant this year in Tunisia and setting the date of 25/12/2016 to take place in the Qubba Palace in El Menzah and based on the follow-up of the preparations and statements of those overseeing the pageant, we in the Women’s Section of the Media Office of Hizb ut […]

Khilafah is the only Solution for the End to Violence against Women in Afghanistan and Worldwide

Afghanistan Times reported on 4th December 2016 that the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA) on Sunday said that still 80 percent of Afghan women experience or has experienced at least one type of violence in Afghanistan during their lives. Deputy Minister for Public Health Ahmad Jan Naeem, said that “8,188 cases of gender-based violence have […]

Developing Economy Without Foreign Direct Investment (FDI)

Najib’s six day visit to China recently resulted in the signing of 14 economic cooperation MOUs worth RM143.64 billion. Several parties were grateful for the news thinking that this foreign direct investment (FDI) from China will provide various economic benefits for Malaysians. But there are also those who are not happy with this news and claimed […]