Following an ongoing campaign in Tanzania being undertaken in various regions by Muslims including Hizb ut Tahrir / Tanzania. We would like to highlight the following: Firstly, it is a democratic system which serves as the horse through which the notions of ‘personal freedom’ that preaches and advocates Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer (LGBTQ) […]
In a tragic accident that adds to the many tragedies the Ummah is witnessing, a boat carrying migrants who set off from Turkey to Italy, hoping for a safe and dignified life, sank. Death preceded them, and more than 65 people drowned, including about 12 children and infants out of 200 people. The reactions to […]
Several Danish media have reported that the large Danish brewing company, Carlsberg, has taken part in the violent repression of the Uighur Muslims in China. Carlsberg’s Chinese subsidiary has five breweries in China’s Muslim Xinjiang province (East Turkestan) and accounts for 85% of all beer sales. They are also the official sponsor of a beer […]
From 26 February to 1 March 2023, the Danish crown prince couple visited India together with Foreign Minister Lars Løkke Rasmussen and a business delegation including 38 companies. Here they met with the criminal Modi to increase cooperation between Denmark and the Indian Regime. Comment: February 27, 2002… This date may not mean much to […]
The United Nations announced plans to release a report in June regarding “perceived contradictions” between “the right to freedom of religion or belief (FoRB)” and “sexual orientation and gender identity (SOGI).” The report aims to push governments to “fully comply” with international human rights law to “protect and empower” the participation of LGBT+ people in […]
On 6th January this year, the body of Edwin Chiloba at the age of 24, a student of Eldoret University was found inside a box with some cloths covering his mouth and nose. His death led to an uproar both locally and internationally especially in the mainstream media and social media because Chiloba was a […]
Within a week of the visit of the US National Security Council’s Senior Director for South Asia, Rear Admiral Eileen Laubacher, another high-profile US official Donald Lu, Assistant Secretary of State for South and Central Asia, visited Bangladesh for two days from January 14 to January 15. Lu had numerous meetings with top government officials […]
On the 19th of January 2022, the BBC reported that a San Francisco art gallery owner was arrested for hosing down a homeless woman sitting outside his business premises in New York. Collier Gwin, 71, has been charged with misdemeanour battery after a video of him spraying the woman outside his gallery on the 9th […]
Joe Biden signed the Respect for Marriage Act. The bill to protect the right of the people of the country to enter into same-sex and interracial marriages was supported by representatives of both parties in the Senate, according to the article “US President Signs the Law to Protect Same-Sex Marriages” on the DW website. (Source: […]
On November 22, 2022, the Kyrgyz Zhogorku Kenesh Committee on Law Enforcement, Crime and Corruption approved a draft law on countering extremism. This was reported by the press service of the Ministry of Internal Affairs of Kyrgyzstan.
Early December 2022, The Diplomat published an article about the dark side of K-Pop; that beneath the glittering surface image of K-pop idols lies the Dorian Grey-like heart of an industry that abuses and discards its trainees and stars. While the K-Wave draws attention to South Korea and offers a global position of cultural influence, […]
The 25th of November 2022 marked the one-year anniversary of the death of 31 mostly Muslim migrants crossing the English Channel in a rubber dinghy. The deaths have been marked as the worst maritime disaster in the Channel for 30 years. The circumstances of the horrific events are even more disturbing.
Commercialization of Sport Sports are good for mental and physical health. Team sports are even better as they also teach team-work. Football, also called soccer, is among those few team sports where almost every player gets an equal chance to play their role throughout the game and exert themselves to their fullest. But sports and […]
On November 4-5, 2022 in Istanbul, the “5th International Women and Justice Summit” was held, with the opening speech by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. It was organised by the women’s advocacy group, the Women and Democracy Association (KADEM) together with the Family and Social Services Ministry. The final declaration of the summit emphasized the necessity […]
In a few days, the Danish national football team will travel to Qatar to represent Denmark at the World Cup 2022. The Danish athletes will play in a black kit, which will symbolize a mourning band that marks dissatisfaction with the regime in Qatar and which signals that Denmark is attending a funeral. The underlying […]
Since the beginning of 2022, more than 45 Palestinian children have been martyred, and Jewish aggression has escalated in the West Bank and Jerusalem, during the past few weeks, which has led to the death of more children, the last of whom was the child Mahmoud Al-Samoudi, 12 years old, who died of wounds he […]
Nancy Pelosi is visiting Armenia in connection with the observance of the Azerbaijani truce, Qatari TV channel Al Jazeera reports. Speaker of the US House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi arrived in Armenia, where a ceasefire is being observed following the outbreak of hostilities with neighboring Azerbaijan that left hundreds of troops dead on both sides.
In 2008 the ongoing war between Ethiopia and Eritrea officially ended. However, the instability of the region fueled by nationalistic ideologies has caused the Ethiopian government to enter into conflict dynamics with neighbouring Tigray. Thousands have been killed with many displaced as refugees in the recent conflicts. With drought ravaging the entire Horn of Africa, […]
The UN Human Rights Office has released a report on the seriousness of the “human rights violations” against Uyghur Muslims by China. The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) states to have found convincing evidence of torture and other human rights violations that could be described as “crimes against humanity”.
Tuesday the 23rd of August 2022 marks the anniversary of the persecution of the Myanmar Muslims that began in 2017. For the last 5 years a mass exodus of Muslim families have fled former Burma, many of them children. The Myanmar Muslims are recognised as being the largest “stateless” group of people on the planet.
In universities, students are being encouraged to adopt liberal ideas. They are told that it is the only way to become fair and ‘accepting’ of all minorities. Because unless we adopt liberal ideas, we’d have bias and oppression. These ideas are becoming increasingly attractive, as people look around the world and see minorities being mistreated. […]
Headlines: Kazakhstan Rulers Seek Russian Disbelievers Help Against Muslims German Court Judges on Syrian War Crimes Kazakhstan Rulers Seek Russian Disbelievers Help Against Muslims According to reporting by Reuters on Thursday, ‘A Russia-led military bloc began pulling out from Kazakhstan on Thursday after a week-long deployment amid an explosion of unrest during which authorities in […]
In 2021, a new constitution was adopted in Kyrgyzstan. Since then, efforts have been made to align laws with the new constitution. Within the framework of this work, the Ministry of Interior issued a law “on combating extremist activities,” and presented the draft law for public discussion from 29/12/2021 to 28/1/2022.
On Friday, 12/11/2021, a Delegation of Hizb ut Tahrir headed by the Director of the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir, Eng. Salah Eddine Adada, accompanied by Member of the Central Contacts Committee of Hizb ut Tahrir in Lebanon Eng. Saleh Salam, visited the Embassy of the Kingdom of Sweden in Beirut and met […]
On October 13, the US Commission on International Religious Freedom published its latest report on Uzbekistan, entitled “Religious and Political Prisoners of Uzbekistan: End Repressive Practices”. According to the report, the number of convicted for their religious beliefs reaches more than 2000 people.
On 13/10/2021, RFE/RL published the following: “On October 13th, The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF) published its periodic report on Uzbekistan. The report states that there are more than 2,000 religious prisoners held in Uzbek prisons, 81 of whom have been identified.”
A prominent Rohingya Muslim leader who once visited the White House was shot and killed Wednesday by unidentified gunmen at a refugee camp in Bangladesh, police officials and rights groups said. Mohib Ullah, 46, was a renowned advocate for Myanmar’s persecuted Rohingya minority and rose to prominence as a community leader among his fellow refugees […]
Being colonial master, historically, Britain has had strong ties with the ruling Hasina government in Bangladesh. Her government has always been nurtured by Britain so that they could retain their influence over this land. Due to her geo-political strategic importance, Bangladesh now has become a hotbed for neo-colonial and regional powers. When America and China […]
On August 06, 2021, the Kisutu Resident Magistrate’s Court mentioned a case of Tanzania’s main opposition party (Chadema) leader Freeman Mbowe who faces two charges of conspiracy to commit crimes and financing of terrorist acts, while three of his co-accused face seven charges.
Saving an unfair punishment for calling to Islam with Hizb ut Tahrir, Hafizov Asgat was added another 10 years of imprisonment to 19 years. On 05 August 2021, the Central District Military Court announced a sentence against Hizb ut Tahrir member Hafizov Asgat, accused of Part 2 of Article 205.5 and Part 1 of Article […]