Hizb ut Tahrir's latest leaflet on the government's discriminatory ghetto plan got both the Minister of Justice and the Minister of Integration to rush ferociously to their keyboards, on 19-03-2018, to demonstrate once again their hopelessly low level and their cultural bankruptcy in a populist attempt to score cheap points.
The Independent Newspaper, in its latest in a series of articles aimed at demonising Islam and Muslims, published a story of a tragic victim of a British child exploitation ring, who has unfortunately been misled into believing that “Islamist extremism” was a motivating factor in her abuser’s crimes. The article focuses on the moderate and extreme interpretations of Islam, then it concludes that the government must do more to prevent radicalisation of Muslims.
After the arrest of the 19 year old girl Rahma al-Swaisi, a seventh-year secondary school student from the Kerkennah Islands, and putting her under arrest, with no offense except postings on Facebook containing revilement of colonialism;
Rajab Al-Khair’s activities, carried out by Hizb ut Tahrir Wilayah of Sudan, to remind the Islamic Ummah of the absent duty; the obligation of the establishment of the rightly guided Khilafah on the method of the Prophethood, that will implement the rules of Islam and resume the Islamic way of life, and the Ummah will return as it was the best nation brought to mankind. In this context of massive public movement, the party has created a number of pages, and special groups for the activities on social media, such as Facebook, Whatsapp and Twitter.
On 18th Feb 2018, Sunday, a number of people from different walks of life gathered at Matta Chowk in Khwazakhela and Nishat Chowk in Mingora against what they called unnecessary checking on security check posts in Swat. They also demanded removal of unnecessary check posts.
The Women's March 2018 action, which was held starting from 3 March 2018 in Jakarta and continued in other major cities, carries the anti-mainstream issues challenging the common sense of the Indonesian people which is dominated by Islamic religiosity. Sarcastic posters were seen on that action, "my body my authority", "let being kafir, as long as you are think!", and "My awrah is NOT your business! Stop sexual harassment!" these posters are indeed seen to defend women's rights, but also strongly tend to blame Islam and its Sharia.