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Video: The Story of the Battle of Badr [Event + Annual Iftar]

Posted on Jun 19, 2017

 

On the 18th of June 2017, Hizb  ut-Tahrir Australia held an event retelling the most significant battle in the formation and history of Islam: the Battle of Badr. We present here the fascinating talk by Br Bilal Merhi and some pictures from the event.

Concentration Camps: Is Australia’s dark past its Muslim minority’s future?

Posted on Jun 17, 2017

 

In these tumultuous times where Islam and its ideas are being criminalised, one can’t help but wonder what the future holds for Muslims in Australia. Unfolding events as well as historical lessons point to Muslims having to effectively grit their teeth in a new, permanently tense reality. With reference to a seldom-discussed and ugly part of Australia’s recent history, it is high time to ask where this worrying trajectory could possibly lead. Through a look at the concentration camps that Australia operated through World Wars 1 and 2, br Hamzah Qureshi explores this sobering question as the heat rises on Muslims in Australia. 

Burma-Pakistan Military Nexus – Another betrayal of the Rohingya Muslims

Posted on Jun 16, 2017

 

In 2015 the Myanmar government ordered 16 JF-17 fighter jets worth 35 million dollars each from Pakistan at a total price of more than half a billion US dollars in a bid to expand its defence capabilities. The JF-17 was co-developed by the Pakistan Aeronautical Complex (PAC) and China’s Chengdu Aerospace Corporation.

Cartoons then and now – Jews in Germany and Muslims in Australia

Posted on Jun 13, 2017

 

Muslims are far from the first “troublesome” minority community to be denigrated and demonised in the West. With a brief (pictorial) look at how Jews in Europe were framed in the last century, br Hamzah Qureshi looks at the parallel between their depiction then and that of Muslims in the west today. 

Time to Rethink: The Illusive Lure of Pragmatism

Posted on Jun 9, 2017

 

Through the metaphor of a toxic waste dump, sister Sumya Rahman explored the imperative we have as members of this ummah to take a principled stance towards activism, and be adamant on being guided in our da’wah and activism by courage and commitment to Islam’s principles.


The Far-Right and the Mainstream: What’s the Difference?

Posted on Jun 7, 2017

 

Is the rise of the far-right in Australia  and other Western nations really and simply a rise of the “fringe”, or does the mainstream enable and effectively encourage the proliferation of this “new” phenomenon? Brother Shafiul Haq explains. 

Exposing the (pro-Assad) Sham Film Festival in Australia

Posted on May 6, 2017

 

As Syria continues to burn under the tyranny of Assad and his thugs, the attempt to (mis)represent Assad as the victim and saviour of Syria in the propaganda war also persists. Part of the latter are its “cultural” aspects, one of which hit our shores recently in the form of the Sham Film Festival. Organised and run by Assad apologists and supporters, this Sham(eful) film festival seeks to push the narrative of the Assad Regime.

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