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The uprisings in the Muslim World have been a very important and unexpected turn of events. Starting in Tunisia they have spread to many countries, with Syria now being the focal point. Join us in this community forum to discuss these uprisings from various angles and our role in the struggle for Islam.

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The following written interview was given by Uthman Badar, media representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia, to World Future Online (WFOL) and published here on their website.
WFOL: The Europeans in cohort with Obama are stating the world has changed and Libya crisis in an international one. They however depart from this line of conduct when it comes to North Korea where people are really starving or Saudi Arabia when the regime attacks civilians. What will be your comment on this.
UB: Hypocritical stances from Western officials are now expected by everyone, and no longer come as a shock. They display numerous double standards in their foreign policy. This is because they have no fixed principles or morals. They only have fixed economic and political interests.
We saw this hypocrisy clearly with the case of Egypt. After propping up the oppressive regime of Mubarak for decades, pumping it with $1.5 billion annually, using it for torture by rendition and the like, President Obama simply jumped ship once it was clear that Mubarak would go and asserted that America stood with the people and their rights. 
In reality America’s respect for the rights of people has already been exposed before the world in Guantanamo Bay, Iraq and Afghanistan.
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This is an interview with the media representative of Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia, Uthman Badar, about the recent uprisings in Muslim World.

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The past twelve months have seen momentous events takes place in the Muslim World as the people broke the shackles of fear and stood up to remove decades old Western-backed tyrants.

Ben Ali, Mubarak and Gaddafi have all been purged and discarded into the dustbin of history. Bashar al-Assad and Abdullah Saleh are holding on by the thinnest of ropes, whilst the tyrants of Saudi Arabia and other oppressive regimes await their turn.

Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia cordially invites you to reflect on these remarkable events in a discussion that will analyse where to from here with the dire situation in Syria, the newly installed government in Tunisia and the elections and military brutality in Egypt. Where are the uprisings heading and what lies beyond the horizon?

When: Saturday, 14th January 2012

Time: 6:00 pm

Where: KCA Function Centre, Canterbury Road, Lakemba 


uprisings 1 year

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Friday, 23 March 2012 20:11

Dilemmas of the Arab Spring


For the Muslim World, 2011 will remain long in the memory when the history books are finally written. What began with a single man in the markets of Tunisia spread to thousands on the streets in Cairo and evolved to hundreds of thousands demanding political change for the entire region. The self immolation of Mohamed Bouazizi in Tunisia created a sweeping wave, which crossed the artificial border to Egypt, then to Libya, Yemen and Bahrain until it engulfed most of the Muslim world. The Arab spring has seen many brave the streets to protest and change the status quo which has dominated the political, economic and social landscape for so long. The reaction of the Muslim rulers was as predictable as it was brutal with violent clampdowns leaving thousands dead and many more injured.

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