All posts tagged: constitution

Eradicating the Darkness of Democracy

[إِنِ الْحُكْمُ إِلاَّ لِلّهِ أَمَرَ أَلاَّ تَعْبُدُواْ إِلاَّ إِيَّاهُ ذَلِكَ الدِّينُ الْقَيِّمُ وَلَـكِنَّ أَكْثَرَ النَّاسِ لاَ يَعْلَمُونَ] “Indeed the Hukum is only for Allah. He has commanded that you worship none but Him, that is the (true) straight religion, but most men know not.”[TMQ 12:40]

The LGBTIQ+ and the Consequences for the Muslim Community

The Dutch Senate has approved an initiative to amend Article 1 of The Netherlands Constitution to explicitly mention discrimination on the grounds of disability or sexual orientation. Interest groups have called this a historical victory for the LGBTIQ+ community. Article 1 of the Constitution currently states that “discrimination on the grounds of religion, conviction, political […]

Q&A: Japan’s New Defense Strategy

Question: Japan has adopted a new defense strategy that it announced a few days ago, and this new strategy includes a significant increase in military spending. Does this indicate that Japan is regaining its military strength as it was before World War II? And what are its goals? Are they autonomous decisions or are they […]

Q&A: The Framework Agreement in Sudan

Question: On 5/12/2022, the media and television in Sudan broadcasted scenes of the signing of the Framework Agreement in the Republican Palace between the army represented by the army commander, the head of the Sovereign Council and his deputy, and between 52 political parties and blocs that pave the way for a transitional government for […]

Q&A: The 18th Summit of the Francophone Organization in Tunisia

Question: The 18th summit of the Francophone Organization was held in Tunisia on 19-20/11/2022 where the Tunisian president delivered an introductory speech in French. What does this organization mean and who does it serve? What is the importance of this summit for Tunisian President Kais Saied Al-Tunisia and his relationship with France? Does this mean […]

Iraq: From Political Blockage to Political Collapse

After a struggle, rivalry and strife for more than 7 months, the leader of the Sadrist movement, Muqtada al-Sadr, announced the resignation of the members of his largest parliamentary bloc in the Iraqi parliament, which numbered 73, against the backdrop of the continuation of the Coordination Framework – which includes Shiite political forces as well […]

Change Mandates Obedience to Allah (swt), Ruling by All that Allah (swt) Revealed through the Khilafah

The Noble Quran narrates the stories of different nations and why they failed. There is one simple reason, they disobeyed Allah (swt). Be it the people of Nuh(as), the people of Lut (as), Aad or Thamud, the issue over which they disobeyed Allah (swt) was different. However, the fact that they disobeyed Allah (swt) was […]

Education in Pakistan is Inadequate and Corrupted, Causing Misery and Preventing Progress

Since the creation of Pakistan, education has been woefully neglected and corrupted, leading to tens of millions our sons and daughters being deprived of an education that Islam has mandated as a right for them. A British colonialist education has divided empirical sciences from Islamic education to form two separate institutions, main stream schools and […]

The Constant Inflation is Due to Currencies that Lose their Value Constantly, as They are not Based on Gold and Silver

Like other currencies, the Dollar, the Pound and the Franc, originally, the Rupee was backed by real tangible wealth in the form of a precious metal. In the case of the Dollar, it was gold, in the case of the Rupee it was silver. This system stabilized the value of the monetary unit both internally […]

The Current Man-Made System of Judiciary Ensures that Might is Right and Justice is Delayed

The most profound and detailed jurisprudence in human history is that of Islam. From the time of the Messenger of Allah (saw) Islam is characterized by its swift and fair justice. So, the Messenger of Allah (saw) personally inspected the markets and judging upon fraud and cheating. Islam did not enforce punishment in the case […]

Electricity is Unaffordable Because of Capitalism’s Privatization Concept, as Safeguarded by Democracy

Through democracy’s implementation of Capitalism, the government is responsible for Pakistan’s electricity crisis. The present capitalist system ensures that through privatization a few private owners, foreign and local, fully benefit from electricity resources whilst the public faces hardship. Privatization raises electricity prices so that the private owners can profit in their business. As an example […]

Pakistan’s Revenue and Expenditure under the Khilafah

Pakistan’s Current System Secures the Economic Interests of the Kafir Colonialists Sufficient revenues in the state treasury are essential for looking after the affairs of the people and managing the state expenses, such as the armed forces, health and education. However, in Pakistan’s current system, both democracy and dictatorship take turns to secure the economic […]

Democracy Has Had Its Day. It is Time for the Ruling System of Islam, Khilafah

Democracy Neglects the Masses in the West Wherever democracy exists, whether presidential or parliamentary, neglect and exploitation of the people by a small elite will always occur. It is a world-wide phenomenon that the richest people are those with access to political power in democracy, either directly or through sponsorship of politicians. Democracy was never […]

EC Formation Law – Yet Another Move by the Regime to Restore People’s Trust in Democracy that is Bound to Fail

Bangladesh is finally going to have a legal framework for selecting the chief election commissioner and other election commissioners as parliament passed the “Appointment of the Chief Election Commissioner and Election Commissioners Bill-2022″ on Thursday. Law, Justice and Parliamentary Affairs Minister Anisul Huq moved the bill and it was passed by voice vote. …The government […]

Q&A: Tension between Algeria and Morocco

Question: Recently, tensions between Algeria and Morocco have flared, and Algeria has accused Morocco of setting wildfires and supporting separatist movements. So, it cut off diplomatic relationship with Morocco, closed the borders between them, ended the contract for its supply of natural gas to Spain through Morocco, and accused it of killing three Algerians. What […]

President Kais Saied’s Decisions… A New Dose to Revive the Failed Regime

On Monday evening, 13/12/2021, President Kais Saied announced a number of decisions that can be summarized as follows: – Changing the man-made constitution, and replacing it with another man-made constitution, with the aim to change the system of government from a presidential parliamentary to a presidential one.

The Opinion of the Imam (Khaleefah) Resolves the Disagreement (Khilaaf)

The Qaidah (Principle) “رأي الإمام يرفع الخلاف” “The opinion of the Imam resolves the disagreement,” is one of the Shariah Principles related to the rulings of governance. However, in order to project Islam as merely a clerical, individualistic religion, it has been deliberately left out of the cultural and educational curricula of Muslims, after the […]