All posts filed under: Social System

The Rise in Drug Addiction among Afghan Women and Children is a Result of Colonialism of the 21 Century

According to the Washington Post on 19th of June, the number of drug addicted women and children in Afghanistan has increased in the last years. In 2010, U.N. experts estimated that there were about 1 million regular drug users in Afghanistan, mostly using opium as “a kind of self-medication” against the hardships of life. They […]

Helping the Plight of our Sisters and their Hijab

It is well known within the Ummah that when the following verse was revealed: وَقُل لِّلْمُؤْمِنَاتِ يَغْضُضْنَ مِنْ أَبْصَارِهِنَّ وَيَحْفَظْنَ فُرُوجَهُنَّ وَلَا يُبْدِينَ زِينَتَهُنَّ إِلَّا مَا ظَهَرَ مِنْهَا ۖ وَلْيَضْرِبْنَ بِخُمُرِهِنَّ “And they are not to show their charm except that which is apparent. And let them cover their chests and necks (Juyoob) with their […]

Explanation of Surah Nisa – Verse 34 “Men have charge of women…”

In this video, we will explore the understanding of our respected scholars of this ayah, place it in its correct context, and highlight its continued relevance to the life of the human being. الرِّجالُ قَوّامونَ عَلَى النِّساءِ بِما فَضَّلَ اللَّهُ بَعضَهُم عَلىٰ بَعضٍ وَبِما أَنفَقوا مِن أَموالِهِم ۚ فَالصّالِحاتُ قانِتاتٌ حافِظاتٌ لِلغَيبِ بِما حَفِظَ اللَّهُ […]

Muslim Women need a future secured in the Khilafah, Not one day out of the year advertising their minority status

On the 27th April, the Muslim Women’s website ‘MuslimGirl” in coordination with other Media partners (MTV and TeenVogue) that agreed that annually, this day would mark International Muslim Women’s Day. The website, founded and run by Muslim women, encouraged people to recognize the significant social role Muslim women play on a local and international level. […]

European Court of Justice Legalises Discrimination Against Muslim Women for Adorning the Islamic Dress

On Tuesday 14th of March 2017, the European Court of Justice (ECJ) ruled that employers could ban employees from wearing religious symbols, including the Islamic headscarf worn by Muslim women. In a statement, it asserted that an internal company rule which prohibits the visible wearing of a religious sign does not constitute direct discrimination. The […]

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 […]

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 […]

‘United Nuisance’ (UN) Universal Children’s Day

November 20th, was established in 1954 by the United Nations, and celebrated each year to promote international togetherness, awareness among children worldwide, and improving children’s welfare. However, the portrait of children across the world, and in particular in the Muslim world, proves anything else than togetherness, children’s rights and welfare.

The Problems for Women in Pakistan are NOT the Result of Lack of Gender Equality but Due to the Absence of Islamic Rule

Pakistan has been ranked the second worst country in the world for gender equality for the second year in a row. The World Economic Forum’s global gender gap ranked Pakistan at a dismal 143 with a 0.556 score. Pakistan ranked just above Yemen among 144 countries, performing way behind India and Bangladesh which ranked at 87 and […]

A Letter from the Women’s Section of Hizb ut Tahrir in Tunisia To The Minister of Women, Family, and Children

Women in Tunisia, like other women in the Muslim countries were dignified and honoured when the Muslims had a state and an implemented system of life. But after the destruction of the Khilafah in the twenties of the last century, and the absence of Allah’s Shariah from application, women suffered humiliation and abuse, and ever […]

Secularism’s Nurturing of Materialistic ‘God-Free’ Societies has Fueled the Epidemic of Mental Health Problems in Children

Earlier this month, a Guardian article stated that over a quarter of a million children in England are receiving mental health care for problems such as anxiety, depression, and eating disorders. According to the piece, based on figures from NHS Digital, the UK’s health service’s statistical arm, almost 12,000 boys and girls aged 5 and […]

The 60th Anniversary of Tunisia’s Personal Status Code Should not be a Cause for Celebration but Recognition of Secularism’s Failure to Secure a Dignified Life for Women

The 13th of August marked the 60th anniversary of Tunisia’s Personal Status Code (PSC) introduced in 1956 by the staunch secular dictator Habib Bourguiba. The PSC abolished the sublime Islamic social laws and replaced them with rulings shaped upon flawed Western secular principles such as gender equality. Polygamy was outlawed, a minimum age for marriage […]

Sexual Freedoms Have Generated an Epidemic of Sexual Harassment and Violence in UK Schools

On Tuesday 7th June, experts working in schools and with young girls who suffer sexual harassment and abuse inside and outside the classroom told an inquiry by the parliamentary women and equalities select committee that action needed to be taken to tackle the “ticking time-bomb” of sexual bullying in classrooms. They suggested that there should […]

Justice can only be given to women of Bangladesh under the Khilafah- not under the secular democratic ruling

According to the news of, police have failed to figure out why college student Sohagi Jahan Tonu has been killed in Comilla, much less recognize the killers even a month into the killing. The Criminal Investigation Department (CID) of police say they can only confirm that the murder, which triggered nationwide protests, was premeditated. […]

French Minister for Women Unveils the True Face of Liberal Democracies: Anti-Islamic, Racist and Hypocritical

On 30th of March 2016, the news network Al Jazeera reported that the French Minister for Women’s Rights, Laurence Rossignol, likened Muslim women who wear Hijab to American “Negroes” who accepted slavery. Her comments were made on RMC Radio and BFM TV in response to the growing trend in so called ‘Islamic fashion’ and mainstream […]

Protection of Muslim Children Will Not Take Place through the Plans of the Disbelieving Enemies of the Ummah

The Sudanese government and the United Nations ratified a joint action plan for the protection of children from violations in conflict zones. The plan took four years of research and deliberations between the two sides and it was described by the UN as being a comprehensive plan. The Minister of Social Welfare, Mashair Al-Dawalab, in […]

Saudi Arabia’s Farce of Caring about Muslim Women’s Sorrows

Saudi Arabia has expressed regret and sorrow for the current problems experienced by women in many parts of the world, mentioning the violation of Palestinian and Syrian women’s human rights and calling the “international community” to eradicate ‘such crimes and inhumane practices’ and to ‘hold accountable those who commit them’. These facts were part of […]