Hizb ut Tahrir Wilayah of Sudan in its work with the Ummah, and in it, for the resumption of the Islamic way life, through the establishment of the second rightly guided Khilafah (Caliphate) on the method of Prophethood, have held four different lectures; two of them on Sunday 04/03/2018. The first was in Umar Bin Al-Khattab Mosque in the Grand Market in the city of Rabak, entitled: وَآتَاكُم مِّن كُلِّ مَا سَأَلْتُمُوه “And He gave you from all you asked of Him” (Ibrahim: 34), after Dhuhr prayer, and the second at the Khojaly Mosque in the city of Kosti, entitled: «لا تزول قدما عبد يوم القيامة حتى يُسأل» “The feet of the slave on the Day of Judgment will not move until he is accounted.”
This was after the Maghrib prayer. Abdullah Abdul Rahman, member of the Hizb ut Tahrir Wilayah Committee Wilayah of Sudan and Imam of the Walidain Mosque in Khartoum, presented both lectures.
On Monday, 05/03/2018, a lecture was held at At-Taqwa Mosque in the city of Rabak, entitled: “Islam is a system of life”, it was held after Dhuhr prayer. On Tuesday, 06/03/2018, the last lecture was held in the Grand Market Mosque in the city of Kosti, it was entitled: “The Rules of Sales in Islam”, and was held after Dhuhr prayer. Both lectures were introduced by Ibrahim Othman Abu Khalil, the official spokesman of Hizb ut Tahrir / Wilayah of Sudan and Imam of Az-Zahra’ Mosque in Khartoum.
The masses of worshipers in these mosques interacted in a way that emphasizes the vitality of this Ummah, its love for Islam, the Dawah carriers of Islam and the Khilafah (Caliphate), and showed the yearn to live under the shade of the Islamic state, the second rightly guided Khilafah (Caliphate) state on the method of Prophethood. They demanded the continuation of holding such lectures, so that everyone is aware of the ideas and concepts, which were only found in the culture of Hizb ut Tahrir; the guide that does not lie to its people.
Ibrahim Othman (Abu Khalil)
Official spokesman of Hizb ut Tahrir in Wilayah Sudan
Wednesday, 19th Jumada II 1439 AH
No: HTS 30/1439