Hizb ut-Tahrir Archive

Blame Benazir and Malala, not the takfiris who attacked them: Hizb ut-Tahrir and Imran Khan’s logic: The cowardly attack by the Taliban on world-renowned education activist Malala has fuelled conspiracy theories in Pakistan.  Some right-wing Islamist organizations are calling her a foreign agent, some even consider her shooting was a well choreographed drama and no bullet pierced her head at all.
Briefing on Benazir Bhutto’s killing and the analysis of Jang Group’s Hizb-ut-Tahrir journalists: There is something which is called “shock and awe”. The PPP government in the last four years has been doing things which are considered disappointing for many, however, the most “shocking” things that it has done is to establish
Deconstructing Hizbul Tahrir’s ideology: Ziauddin Sardar Explains The Long History Of Violence Behind Hizb Ut-Tahrir What Hizb ut-Tahrir peddles is escapist fascism that appeals to people who want to be told what to do The bearded and elegantly attired supporters of Hizb ut-Tahrir
Hizb al-Tahrir: A New Threat to the Pakistan Army? – By Arif Jamal: First published at CTC On May 6, 2011, Pakistani authorities arrested Brigadier Ali Khan on charges of ties to Hizb al-Tahrir (HT), an Islamist group that is banned in Pakistan. Shortly after, authorities revealed that four majors in the
Cleansing our Army – by Adnan Asghar:
Zia’s lagacy: Radicalization of Pak Army: The Pakistan army has extended an investigation into officers with links to the Hizb-ul-Tahrir, a spokesman said on Wednesday, in what analysts said was a long overdue move to root out sympathizers of the banned Islamist group. The military,
Radicals in ranks -by Abdullah Malik: Takes a look at incidents of support for terrorists from within the armed forces and police Despite Gen Zia’s Islamisation, the promotion of piety in the barracks, and the support for puritanical movements that were allowed to organise sermons,
Who are the Hizb ut-Tahrir? – by Khalid Bilal: Why violent Hiaz ut tehrir is able to publish and distribute these leaflets [on very good quality glazed paper] despite being banned? Why its websites are not banned? If PTCL can ban Baloch websites why not Jihadi websites? Is
Where Islamists and fake liberals of Pakistan converge: The GHQ induced patriotism: The aim of this post is to highlight how liberals and mullahs of Pakistan can, at times, converge to reinforce and propagate a GHQ’s induced narrative on patriotism. In the following post, it is hard to miss the common
Hizb ut-Tahrir and terrorism in Pakistan – by Gulmina Bilal Ahmad: Unable to understand — Gulmina Bilal Ahmad Hizb ut-Tahrir is an organisation that believes in the implementation of the caliphate all over the world. It is banned in most countries including Egypt, Syria, Lebanon, Jordan and even Saudi Arabia.
Ameer-ul-Mominin Ali: The first fighter against Islamism – by Shaheryar Ali: “The Qur’an is a book, covered, between two flaps, and it does not speak. It should therefore necessarily have an interpreter. Men alone can be such interpreters…..” (Imam Ali in Nehj ul Balaga)     On the grounds of
How Media Missed Jihadi Orchestration of London Protest:   Source: Pakistan Media Watch Outside Zardari’s appearance at the PPP rally in Birmingham, England, a crowd of protesters gathered to express their opposition to the president and his message. Inside, crowds chanted their support for the president. But
Extremists with caliphate on their minds, not bombs in their belts – by Sally Neighbour: Originally published in The Australian: Islamist organisation Hizb ut-Tahrir eschews violence, but it has no problem with incendiary rhetoric about the demise of Western democracy WITH his neat beard, wire-rimmed glasses and woollen suit coat over a checked sweater,
Babar Awan’s appearance in the Supreme Court and the silence of the Hizb ut-Tahrir lambs: We provide below an extensive report on Babar Awan’s appearance in the Supreme Court in the NRO case, providing a snapshot (from pkpolitics) of the mood (of the Ansar Abbasi led Hizbut-Tahrir mafia) before and after Awan’s appearance in
An insight into Hizb ut-Tahrir’s theological and political agenda: Contributed by: Sajjad Hussain The Hizbu ut-Tahrir’s strategy can be divided into four stages: 1. Ideology 2. Development of a “rigid theological” personality 3. Progression toward a theo-political state 4. March towards the “whole earth” Ideology: The theme and
Umar Farouk Abdul Muttalib – a typical end product of Hizb ut-Tahrir and the Pakistani Taliban Union of Journalists: Umar Farouk Abdul Muttalib (or  Omar Farouq Abdulmutallib), commonly known as the underwear bomber following his efforts to destroy Northwest Airlines Flight 253, is facing potential life imprisonment. This man seems to be a typical end product of the
Ansar Abbasi writes in support of terrorists of Hizb ut-Tahrir: At last, the truth is out. Ansar Abbasi has explicitly revealed his affiliation. ‘Let us build Pakistan’ has been suggesting since long that Ansar Abbasi and his other associates (Shahid Masood, Shireen Mazari, Irfan Siddiqi, Javed Chaudhry, Orya Maqbool
Jihadi literature – an analysis by Hamid Akhtar: Hamid Akhtar offers a detailed analysis of the jihadi literature, the role of religio-political parties in Pakistan and Afghanistan in the propagation of this literature and its implications
The need for a critical examination of Islamic history and an alternative discourse: The backwards forward Posted by Nadeem F. Paracha There is an urgent need in the Muslim world to think anew about a lot of issues, not to appease the West, but to co There is an informative debate show
The last Ottoman’s death: A slap on the face of the pro-Khilafat Mafia: The Khilafat Mafia in Pakistan (e.g. Dr Israr Ahmed) and abroad (e.g. Dr Zakir Naik) and Hizb ut-Tahrir keep trumpeting about the imaginary benefits of an imaginary khilafat of all Muslims. Here is a slap on their face: “Osman,
Al Qaeda / Taliban using sophisticated web-sites and sleeper cells. Some presence noticed on Pakistan related web site and blogs…: Al Qaeda was using sophisticated Web sites and sleeper cells across the Middle East, North Africa and Central Asia to enlist young fighters who are less patient or inclined to plan and carry out far-reaching global attacks and who
Time to arrest Ansar Abbasi, the unofficial spokesperson of Taliban, Al-Qaeda, Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jamatud-Dawa…: Ansar Abbasi, the unofficial spokesperson of the Taliban and Hizbut Tahrir, writes a column in support of Lashkar-e-Toiba and Jamatud-Dawa… We have a question. If the Government of Pakistan is sincere in the war on terror, if President Zardari