Summary - CISMOR
... (3) Establishment of Caliphate in Indonesia: Recent Challenges and Opportunities
In his capacity as a spokesman for the Indonesian Liberation Party (Hizb al-Tahrir
Indonesia), Mr. Muhammad Ismail Yusanto discussed: (1) the possibility for the Caliphate to be
established in Indonesia, (2) the obstacl ...
REVIVING THE CALIPHATE?
... born Sayyid Abul Ala Maududi and Egyptian-born Sayyed Qutb – try to tease a system out of
these fragments. They attempt to bypass history, and claim to go back to basic principles,
such as using the notion of tawhid (which is often translated as the “unity of Allah,” as in one
God) to derive such co ...
Full Text of the Shargh Daily Interview with Osman Bakhach
... not dependent on what x,y,z of people think or do not think. The Khilafah state is the
form of a political regime devised by Islam; its function is to implement the Islamic
Shariah fully within its domain, and to convey the Message of Islam to the world.
The fact that different groups, scholars, thi ...
Summary of “The Falsehood of Defensive Jihad.” By Bo Perrin This
... command to fight physically to spread God’s truth while Muslims are command to fight physically to
spread Muhammad’s teachings. So, according to Hizb, belief equals fighting unbelievers physically to
The American populace has heard often that Islam is supposedly a religion of peace. Bu ...
Hizb ut-Tahrir (Arabic: حزب التحرير Ḥizb at-Taḥrīr; Party of Liberation) is an international pan-Islamic political organisation. They are commonly associated with the goal of all Muslim countries unifying as an Islamic state or caliphate ruled by Islamic law (sharia) and with a caliph head of state elected by Muslims.The organization was founded in 1953 as a Sunni Muslim organization in Jerusalem by Taqiuddin al-Nabhani, an Islamic scholar and appeals court judge (Qadi) from the Palestinian village of Ijzim. Since then Hizb ut-Tahrir has spread to more than 50 countries and by one estimate has about one million members. Hizb ut-Tahrir is very active in the West, particularly in the United Kingdom, and is also active in several Arab and Central Asian countries, despite being banned by some governments. The group also has a growing presence in North America, known as Hizb ut-tahrir America, or HTA.Hizb ut-Tahrir believes the re-establishment of caliphate would provide stability and security to both Muslims and non-Muslims in the predominantly Muslim regions of the world. The party promotes a detailed program for institution of a caliphate that would establish Shariah and carry ""the Da'wah of Islam"" to the world. Hizb ut-Tahrir is also strongly anti-Zionist and calls for the State of Israel, which it calls an ""illegal entity"", to be dismantled.