All posts tagged: human rights

A Delegation from Hizb ut Tahrir Visits the Swedish Embassy in Beirut To Demand the Suspension of the Deportation of Odiljon Jalilov to Uzbekistan

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 […]

The United States Commission on International Religious Freedom (USCIRF): More than 2,000 Religious Prisoners are in Uzbek Prisons

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.”

The Killing of Top Rohingya Leader in Bangladesh shows that Muslims will always be Victims of Colonialist Geopolitical Power-plays unless the Khilafah (Caliphate) is brought back

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 […]

Bangladesh’s ‘Yes, Boss’ Attitude at 4th Strategic Dialogue with Britain Exposed their Slave-master Relationship; Only the Caliphate (Khilafah) Can Unchain this Shackle of Slavery

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 […]

In the Fight against Hizb ut Tahrir, Russia has taken the Path of Uzbekistan

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 […]

The African Union Exposes the Xenophobic Policy of the Danish Government

In recent weeks, the Danish government have faced political opposition and both national and international criticism of its plans to deport refugees to asylum centres in Rwanda. The Danish government was harshly criticized by the African Union, when it condemned the decision to relocate refugees to countries outside of Europe, in a press release from […]

Imran Khan Sides with the Torturer of Muslims: The Anti-Islam Chinese Dictatorship over the Oppressed Uyghur Muslims

On Thursday 1st July, Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan reaffirmed to members of the Chinese media his support for the Chinese regime’s policies in East Turkestan. He stated that because of Pakistan’s “very strong relationship with China”, he believed Beijing’s version of its treatment of the Uyghur Muslims over the overwhelming evidence from human rights […]

The Uighur Muslims are Victims of Neglect Just as the Palestinians Are

The Chinese Communist Party celebrates its centenary while millions of Uighurs in East Turkestan are systematically tortured, killed and abused for being Muslim and allegedly having separatist inclinations. The situation of the Muslims in Palestine is not so different. The apartheid Zionist regime abuses and kills the Palestinians for being Palestinian and Muslim, while also […]

Q&A: The Impact of the US-Russia Summit in Geneva

Question: On Wednesday 16/6/2021 the first summit between US President Biden and Russian President Putin was held in Geneva. What is the significance of this summit? And what is its objective? Were positive results achieved from the meeting of the two presidents in Geneva, that is, are US-Russian relations heading towards improvement after years of […]

Human Rights Are Just a Glossy Slogan to Sow Ash in the Eyes

A member of the Steering Committee of the National Commission for Human Rights in Sudan, and a member of the Rapporteur of the Preparatory Committee for the training workshop to introduce the human rights system in accordance with the Paris Principles for the year 1993, Rashad Abdel Wahab, confirmed the completion of all arrangements for […]

Views on the News 29/05/2021

Headlines: * Pilots Bombed Palestinian Buildings to ‘Vent Frustration’ * US Lifts Restrictions on South Korea’s Missile Development * Bangladesh Recognises Zionist Entity * Egypt Cements Role as Middle East Power Broker * US Intensifies Outreach to Pakistan as Withdrawal from Afghanistan Nears * Covid: China Hits Back as US Revisits Wuhan Lab-Leak Theory Pilots […]

Hizb ut Tahrir Members Carry a Beacon of Light, and the Authorities in Russia Oppress and Torture Them This Behaviour Reminds Us of Fascism and Nazism!

Since the beginning of 2021, all the details of the brutal torture taking place inside the basements of the Federal Penitentiary Service (FSIN) in Russia have been exposed to public opinion. On 23/2/2021, the Novaya Gazeta published video footage of torture. It included a video of two prisoners in Yaroslavl Prison in 2017, one of […]

Uighur Muslim Women and Children are Exploited to Feed the International Cotton Trade

On the 17th of March, the BBC published a report exposing the links between international cotton traders and the exploitation of the oppressed Uighur Muslims in East Turkestan. Britain’s Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee said there was a lack of transparency in corporate supply chains and failures in government to monitor the sourcing of […]

Q&A: Repercussions of the Military Coup d’état in Myanmar

Question: “The United Nations special envoy on Myanmar Christine Schraner Burgener declared in a video conference that Wednesday was “the bloodiest day” in the country since the military coup on February 1, with 38 dead. Myanmar security forces shot demonstrators protesting against the Military rule…” (AlJazeera.net, 3/3/2021) The army in Myanmar / Burma had staged […]