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.
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.
Federal Attorney General George Brandis expressed his frustration yesterday with his inability to silence criticism of his government’s foreign and domestic policies.
On the 21st of May 2017, Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia held a conference analysing our position as Muslims and the growing hostility Muslims face living in the West, identifying the causes and multiplicity of factors. We present here a summary video, the keynote talks, creative presentations and some images from the event. (more…)
Announcing an important community conference coming up: Hatred Rising: Living in a Hostile West to be held on Sunday the 21st of May.
On the 22nd of April 2017, Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia held an event analysing the growing industry of Islamic Finance. We present here the keynote talks from the event, the Powerpoint slides and the Q&A session that took place. (more…)
‘It’s OK for Muslim men to hit their wives’ is the sensational title that The Australian opted for when reporting on a video in which two Muslim women, members of Hizb ut-Tahrir, relayed the tafsir of a verse of the Qur’an. This predictably sent the media into overdrive and soon all major outlets were covering the story with a domestic violence angle, with politicians lining up to comment and take the moral high ground. Some within the Muslim community released a statement denouncing domestic violence and criticising the view expressed in the video.
Two days later and one of the signatories of that statement, Sheikh Shady Alsuleiman (President of the Australian National Imams Council) is the next media target.
As the Ummah takes stock in the aftermath of the latest vicious (chemical) attack by the Syrian regime on the people of Idlib, Ustadh Abu Anas Alwahwah and br Wassim Doureihi provide comments on the situation, directing three messages: one to the capitals of terrorism today, the second to the rulers of the Muslim world, and third to Muslims more generally. The following is adapted from their comments on social media in Arabic and English respectively. (more…)
On the 25th of March 2017, Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia held an event about the Shari’ah and its place in the modern world. We present here the keynote talk from the event and the Q&A session that took place. (more…)
The most recent trigger for fundraising action in Muslim communities has been the current famine in East Africa (Somalia specifically) and also Yemen. While these efforts are imperative and highly commendable, we must also trace the origins of such crises to properly understand the broader issue. Br Abdullah Hamimi explores this issue, highlighting the need for a deeper analysis of the causes of such famines and poverty. (more…)