Hizb ut-Tahrir

Hizb ut-Tahrir (HT), meaning “Party of Liberation,” is an international Islamist movement seeking to unite Muslims under one Islamic caliphate. Founded by Palestinian Taqiuddin al-Nabhani al-Filastyni in 1953, HT considers itself a non-violent political party. HT states that its goal is to peacefully convert Muslim nations to Islamist political systems.HT praises the concept of jihad but insists that it does not use “material power to defend itself or as a weapon….” The group publicly disavows efforts to achieve its goals of a caliphate through violent means. HT has been banned…

Thin line between Muslims and Islamists (extremists)

By WordForPeace.com There is a very thin blue line between Islamists and Muslims. Islamists are those whose ideology does not come from the holy book of Koran. Even if it apparently appears to be endorsed by the Koran do not buy this ideology, because this interpretation comes from terrorist organisations, it is not true interpretation, it is a result of gross manipulation… Are all Muslims Extremists? Our world is in a very distressed condition. A majority of human beings have lost morality, ethical values and mutual love has become absent in our societies.…

Sayyid Qutb

Sayyid Qutb Sl. No. Khawārij tweet Counter tweet 1 The most important tafsīr of the modern age is In the Shade of the Quran Not even a tafsīr, but Qutb’s personal thoughts on the Quran. He said things no one in the history of Islam said and did takfīr of Muslims 2 The jāhiliyya of contemporary Muslims equates to the non-existence of Islam It is difficult to undo someone’s Islam by speech or action. The mentality of inquisition is not compatible with Islam. 3 The lack of adherence of governments…