It has been reported that in Kigoma Region, Western of Tanzania there is a wave of women, particularly those who live without men in their homes, are at risk of having their homes broken into by unknown men and then being raped or, if they resist, facing violent retaliation.
On 15/05/2019 CE, a law to ban the wearing of Khimar (headscarf) in Austrian primary schools passed the National Council’s hurdle. The request for change to Article 495 (a) of the Schools Act was approved and presented as an ordinary legislation to the Education Committee of the Federal Council of States, based on the votes […]
In a step of the religious revolution which was announced by the Egyptian president, the observers of the Global Fatwa Index of the Dar al-Ifta al Misriyyah (Egypt’s Fatwa House) monitored the topics of “Fatwas on Women” and analyzed five thousand fatwas on women worldwide. They ranked Hizb ut Tahrir third after ISIS and al-Qaeda […]
The Minister of Family, Labor and Social Security Zehra Zümrüt Selçuk, made a statement about the sexual abuse of a 5-year-old child in Istanbul. Minister Selçuk stated in her tweet that a specialized team is charged after the incident, and a clinical psychologist will stay 24 hours with the child and the family. Zehra Zümrüt […]
On Thursday, 25 April 2019, when members of the Communications Committee of the Women’s Section in Hizb ut Tahrir / Wilayah Tunisia attended the Tunis Forum on Gender Equality in the City of Culture, they met with a group of female cleaners in front of City of Culture, where 42 female cleaners had been dismissed […]
Since 1929 each year Turkey celebrates “National Sovereignty and Children’s Day” on 23rd of April. This day, known as “Children’s Feast” among the people, is a gift from Atatürk to the children according to Kemalists. In fact, this so-called “feast” is neither Atatürk’s gift nor is it a feast for the children.
Question: Assalam u Alaikum – A Teacher of Sociology has raised a question regarding the Edat (time break after a woman’s husband dies which is 4 month and 10 days). He says that as the philosophy behind this time is to come to know about a woman’s pregnancy after her husband’s death so if medically […]
The department for underages affairs of the office of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of the Russian Federation in Kazan spread among schools a document in which it asks to “provide characterizing materials on underages and their families, that adhere to strict religious beliefs (wearing hijabs)”. The head of the department Venera Sabirzyanova writes that […]
The strength and harmony of the Muslim family was once a characteristic feature of this Islamic Ummah. Gaston Jezz, a Swiss family-law professor who visited the Turkish Republic following the destruction of the Uthmani Khilafah stated that the harmony of religious beliefs in this land, “gave birth to the strongest family hearth in the world, […]
Islam demands a status of great honour for women. Numerous Islamic evidences oblige men and society to view and treat women with respect and protect their dignity always. يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُواْ لاَ يَحِلُّ لَكُمْ أَن تَرِثُواْ النِّسَاء كَرْهًا وَلاَ تَعْضُلُوهُنَّ لِتَذْهَبُواْ بِبَعْضِ مَا آتَيْتُمُوهُنَّ إِلاَّ أَن يَأْتِينَ بِفَاحِشَةٍ مُّبَيِّنَةٍ وَعَاشِرُوهُنَّ بِالْمَعْرُوفِ فَإِن كَرِهْتُمُوهُنَّ فَعَسَى […]
Following on from our successful global campaign and international women’s conference in October 2018, “The Family: Challenges & Islamic Solutions”, the Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir is pleased to announce the launch of our new Facebook pages dedicated to addressing subjects related to the global crisis affecting the “Family […]
The idea of human rights has pervaded Muslim societies, becoming the basis of discussion about the rights and wrongs of human behavior. A recent example of this is a prominent report of a problem which arose between a local Pakistani school and a Farwa Munir, a student of UMT. She claimed she was excused from […]
After the storm of the civil marriage and the celebration of homosexuals at the American University of Beirut, the Lebanese American University officially declares that it has no place dedicated for prayer! This provoked the students and caused controversy among them, and between them and the administration, and in the media.
Some of the Al-Azhar men continue to walk on the path of attacking Islam and its Ahkaam (rulings) with no insight or fear of Allah (swt). They continue to make Al-Azhar Al-Sharif – which used to be the bastion against the schemes of the enemies of Islam – a platform in which they attack the […]
Administrative Court of Tashkent began to consider a lawsuit, initiated by the father of a 17-year-old girl – student of lyceum at the International Islamic Academy, for whom administration of the this educational institution prohibited attending classes in a Muslim headscarf, – reports the Uzbek edition of Radio Liberty. “I filed a lawsuit demanding the […]
Question: In the book, the Social System in Islam, on the subject of marriage, (page 112 Arabic version / p. 113 English version), and the book we are using in (page 110, Arabic version / p. 113 English version) on the official site, the first paragraph says:
A number of Egyptian newspapers reported on Wednesday, 30/1/2019, what the World Fatwa Index issued on the marriage of minors, claiming that Hizb ut Tahrir restricted marriage to sexual relationship only, disregarding their psychological, health, mental and physical qualifications. The party criticized the opponents of marriage of the “minors”, who allow them to have sexual […]
February 1st marked the annual ‘World Hijab Day’ where activities took place in dozens of countries to raise awareness amongst non-Muslims about the Hijab and what it represents. But perhaps this is also a good time for us as Muslim women to reflect on our view towards the Hijab and what this Islamic dress is […]
The Ruling on Hijab is Against Islam as an Alternative Ideology to the Failed Secular Capitalist Ideology On Thursday, 24 January 2019, the Supreme Court of Kenya overturned a Court of Appeal ruling allowing three Muslim students to wear hijab in school. As Hizb ut Tahrir / Kenya, we state the following: First, at a […]
Yesterday in the second largest city of the Netherlands, Rotterdam, around 500 people participated in a silent march against violence towards women. The march was organized after the violent death of three women within just one month. A 29-year-old woman was murdered in her apartment and found by her 2 year old toddler, an American […]
On the 7th December 2018 the BBC published a news report outlining the double disadvantage of non-white women who experience lower wages than their male counterparts. The BBC sent freedom of information requests to 24 universities in the Russell Group of highly selective, research-based universities, and 22 responded.
On the 84th anniversary of the women’s suffrage in Turkey, the minister of Family, Labor and Social Services Zehra Zümrüt Selçuk visited the mausoleum with female deputies, reeves, bureaucrats, academicians and female representatives of non-governmental organizations. Minister Selçuk wrote the following in the notebook: “Dear Ghazi Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, we celebrate the 84th anniversary of […]
In November and December 2018 there have been two significant studies that challenge the idea that women have equality and have progressed in their rights under Liberal Democratic Values. In a study entitled, “Why women have less power than you think” by Laura Jones for the Global Institute for Women’s Leadership, the idea of more […]
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…
The suspicious KAFA association, which is supported by the authority and the secularists active in this authority, invokes from time to time its slogans and actions in which it defies the legal (Shar’i) rulings on personal status in order to test the public opinion in preparation for the abolishment of the remaining provisions of Islam. […]
On 22 November, 2018, representatives of Rosenkranz of the Austrian Freedom Party and Nehammer of the Austrian People’s Party submitted independently an application to the Austrian National Assembly to change Article 495 (a) of the Schools Act. The request reads as follows: “To ensure the best possible progress and development for all pupils’ personalities, they […]
On Friday, November 30th, the British Guardian Newspaper and several other newspapers reported that senior figures associated with Afghanistan women’s football team have claimed that sexual abuses took place inside Afghanistan, including at the federation’s headquarters, and at a training camp in Jordan last February. Following the allegation, the Afghan Attorney General Office has proclaimed […]
Kenya’s Legislative body is currently debating the Gender Bill 2018 that proposes amendments of articles 90, 97 and 98 of the Constitution seeking to achieve the two-thirds gender principle in the National Assembly. This will be through the creation of special seats that will ensure that the gender principle is realized in Parliament over a […]
A program was organized within the framework of the “International Day against Violence against Women”, in which President Erdogan spoke and declared about the intention to implement a new practical plan in this regard starting next year. “All perpetrators of violence against women should be punished,” he said. Justice Minister Abdelhamid Gul also participated in […]
To: Ghazi Jdira – Amine Dbibi – Mosab Al-Natsha – Mohammed Ahmed – Hamza Miftah – Dr. Nisreen – Sister Ghamzah – Abdul Moumin Al-Zaila’i Questions: First: 1- Ghazi Jdira Assalamu Alaikum My Sheikh, My Sheikh, many women travel to distant places to work or study without a Mahram (unmarriageable kin), either from one country […]