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Thousands call for Caliphate at Indonesian meeting



Another 10,000 rally in the West Bank

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Source: http://www.alarabiya.net/articles/2007/08/12/37764.html





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Muslim dictators and the the West have the same agenda:

They want to suppress peaceful Islamic Ideas

They want to change curriculum of Islamic schools

They want to put Muslims in jail and subject them to torture

They want a Western version of Islam that is basically canceling the idea that Islam is a way of life.

They want to replace Islam by "secular Islam", "pluralist Islam", "progressive Islam".

But the fact is Caliphate is in the conscious of every sincere Muslim. They have European Union and African Union. The have a country, Israel that is based on religion of Judaism. But a peaceful union of Muslim countries is not accepted by the "Masters."

I don't know anything about Hizb ut-Tahrir

Whether Hizb ut-Tahrir is radical or not.

Whether Hizb ut-Tahrir is following Islamic principles or not.

Whether Hizb ut-Tahrir is attacked ideologically or not.

The dream of peaceful Islamic Union is vivid in the hearts and minds of sincere Muslims everywhere on earth.

Yahya Emrick (a convert to Islam) in his book "Complete Idiot's Guide to Islam" predicted that Caliphate will start from south east Asia. I agree. Most Arabic countries are so much corrupted. Peaceful Islam is suppressed. There is no freedom of speech for political Islam.




By JAKARTA (Agencies)



Jakarta

About 80,000 people gathered in the Indonesian capital on Sunday, calling for the peaceful establishment of the Caliphate -- a single Muslim government across the Islamic world - while another 10,000 Palestinians rallied in support in the West Bank town of El-Bireh.

"After the destruction of the Caliphate, tragedy after tragedy has descended on the Muslim world," said Ismail Yusanto, the spokesman of Hizb ut-Tahrir Indonesia, a radical international Muslim group.

"Our nation has been divided into 50 and the infidel colonialists picked rulers in each of these countries," Yusanto said at the International Caliphate Conference in Jakarta hosted by Hizb ut-Tahrir.

Hizb ut-Tahrir -- The Liberation Party -- was founded in Jerusalem in 1953 and insists that it seeks to achieve its goals by peaceful means, but its members are regularly arrested in Arab and Muslim countries such as Jordan, Syria and Turkey.

Several mainstream Indonesian Muslim leaders were invited to speak at the conference, including popular and moderate preacher Abdullah Gymnastiar.

But Hizb ut-Tahrir said two of its foreign speakers from the U.K. and Australia had been barred from entering the country by the Indonesian government.

"Hizb ut-Tahrir has spearheaded a crucial debate on the future for the Muslim world -- an alternative to corruption and dictatorship," Abdul Wahid, Hizb ut-Tahrir chairman in Britain, said in a statement.

"We hear endless rhetoric about a battle of ideas but the only actions we see are bans, smears and an attempt to silence debate," he said.

Hizb ut-Tahrir Indonesia regularly holds peaceful street protests in several main cities on Islam-related issues.

Meanwhile, thousands of Palestinians joined rallied in the West Bank town of El-Bireh on Saturday, also calling for the establishment of the Caliphate.

Hizb ut-Tahrir, said some 10,000 people attended the rally at which the party's emir (chief) Ata Abu Rashteh called on Muslims to unite in order to restore the caliphate.

About 80,000 people gathered in the Indonesian capital on Sunday, calling for the peaceful establishment of the Caliphate -- a single Muslim government across the Islamic world - while another 10,000 Palestinians rallied in support in the West Bank town of El-Bireh.

"After the destruction of the Caliphate, tragedy after tragedy has descended on the Muslim world," said Ismail Yusanto, the spokesman of Hizb ut-Tahrir Indonesia, a radical international Muslim group.

"Our nation has been divided into 50 and the infidel colonialists picked rulers in each of these countries," Yusanto said at the International Caliphate Conference in Jakarta hosted by Hizb ut-Tahrir.

Hizb ut-Tahrir -- The Liberation Party -- was founded in Jerusalem in 1953 and insists that it seeks to achieve its goals by peaceful means, but its members are regularly arrested in Arab and Muslim countries such as Jordan, Syria and Turkey.

Several mainstream Indonesian Muslim leaders were invited to speak at the conference, including popular and moderate preacher Abdullah Gymnastiar.

But Hizb ut-Tahrir said two of its foreign speakers from the U.K. and Australia had been barred from entering the country by the Indonesian government.

"Hizb ut-Tahrir has spearheaded a crucial debate on the future for the Muslim world -- an alternative to corruption and dictatorship," Abdul Wahid, Hizb ut-Tahrir chairman in Britain, said in a statement.

"We hear endless rhetoric about a battle of ideas but the only actions we see are bans, smears and an attempt to silence debate," he said.

Hizb ut-Tahrir Indonesia regularly holds peaceful street protests in several main cities on Islam-related issues.

Meanwhile, thousands of Palestinians joined rallied in the West Bank town of El-Bireh on Saturday, also calling for the establishment of the Caliphate.

Hizb ut-Tahrir, said some 10,000 people attended the rally at which the party's emir (chief) Ata Abu Rashteh called on Muslims to unite in order to restore the caliphate.

About 80,000 people gathered in the Indonesian capital on Sunday, calling for the peaceful establishment of the Caliphate -- a single Muslim government across the Islamic world - while another 10,000 Palestinians rallied in support in the West Bank town of El-Bireh.

"After the destruction of the Caliphate, tragedy after tragedy has descended on the Muslim world," said Ismail Yusanto, the spokesman of Hizb ut-Tahrir Indonesia, a radical international Muslim group.

"Our nation has been divided into 50 and the infidel colonialists picked rulers in each of these countries," Yusanto said at the International Caliphate Conference in Jakarta hosted by Hizb ut-Tahrir.

Hizb ut-Tahrir -- The Liberation Party -- was founded in Jerusalem in 1953 and insists that it seeks to achieve its goals by peaceful means, but its members are regularly arrested in Arab and Muslim countries such as Jordan, Syria and Turkey.

Several mainstream Indonesian Muslim leaders were invited to speak at the conference, including popular and moderate preacher Abdullah Gymnastiar.

But Hizb ut-Tahrir said two of its foreign speakers from the U.K. and Australia had been barred from entering the country by the Indonesian government.

"Hizb ut-Tahrir has spearheaded a crucial debate on the future for the Muslim world -- an alternative to corruption and dictatorship," Abdul Wahid, Hizb ut-Tahrir chairman in Britain, said in a statement.

"We hear endless rhetoric about a battle of ideas but the only actions we see are bans, smears and an attempt to silence debate," he said.

Hizb ut-Tahrir Indonesia regularly holds peaceful street protests in several main cities on Islam-related issues.

Meanwhile, thousands of Palestinians joined rallied in the West Bank town of El-Bireh on Saturday, also calling for the establishment of the Caliphate.

Hizb ut-Tahrir, said some 10,000 people attended the rally at which the party's emir (chief) Ata Abu Rashteh called on Muslims to unite in order to restore the caliphate.