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The Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir Launch an International Campaign:

“Muslims in Sri Lanka Suffer Anguish in Life and Death!”

The Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir announce the launch of an international campaign to raise global awareness of the gross injustices and abuse facing Muslims in Sri Lanka, and to demand that the Sri Lankan government end its disgraceful policy of mandatory cremation of Muslim Covid-19 victims in the country. Since April of this year, dozens of Muslims who have tested positive with the Coronavirus upon death have been cremated in violation of their Islamic beliefs. Muslims in Sri Lanka have faced discrimination, demonisation and violence for many years due to the rise of extremist Buddhist nationalism in the country. As expected, the governments of the world, including the regimes of the Muslim lands have failed to come to the aid of the Muslims of Sri Lanka, in line with their customary abandonment of oppressed Muslims globally. However, we the Ummah of Islam will never abandon our Muslim brothers and sisters in Sri Lanka. We in Hizb ut Tahrir will raise a global voice in support of them and against the grave injustices that they are suffering. Allah (swt) says:

[وَإِنِ اسْتَنصَرُوكُمْ فِي الدِّينِ فَعَلَيْكُمُ النَّصْرُ]

“And if they seek help of you for the religion, then you must help.” [al-Anfaal: 72]

Dr. Nazreen Nawaz
Director of the Women’s Section in The Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

Friday, 10 Jumada al-Awwal 1442 AH corresponding to 25 December 2020 CE

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A Message in Support of the Campaign

 The Dawah Carriers in Turkey

The Dawah Carriers in The Netherlands

Messages from the Dawah Carriers in the German Speaking Areas

Messages from the Dawah Carriers in Wilayah Lebanon

Messages from the Dawah Carriers in Indonesia

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Testimony of Sister Sameera Rinosa of the Muslim Cremations in Sri Lanka

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A Message to our Brothers and Sisters in Sri Lanka

Zeinah As-Samit

14 Jumada al-Awwal 1442 AH - 29 December 2020 CE

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 Muslims of Sri Lanka, No Outcry for them!!

Bara’ah Manasrah

12 Jumada al-Awwal 1442 AH - 27 December 2020 CE

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Forced Cremation of Muslim Covid-19 Victims in Sri Lanka Under an anti-Muslim Regime Which is Exploiting the Pandemic to Intensify its Agenda Against Islam

Dr. Nazreen Nawaz
Director of the Women’s Section in The Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

27 Rabii' al-Akhir 1442 AH - 12 December 2020 CE

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Media Coverage

Panel Discussion in Arabic

8: oo pm (Madinah time) - 31 December 2020 CE

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Women's Section of the Central Media Office:
Sri Lankan Government’s Exploitation of the Covid19 Pandemic in Cremating Muslims!
 
Sri Lankan government’s exploitation of the #Covid19 pandemic in cremating Muslims and entrenching Islamophobia. Dr. Nazreen Nawaz from the United Kingdom talks to Inayet Wadee on #NewsAndViews on Salaamedia..
Saturday, 11 Jumadal Awwal 1442 AH - 26 Decemebr 2020 CE
 

 

Women's Section of the Central Media Office:

"Forced Cremation of Muslim Covid-19 Victims in Sri Lanka, How Should We Respond?"


In April this year, the Sri Lankan government issued a regulation mandating that all those dying from Covid-19 or who were positive for the virus upon death had to be cremated, regardless of their religious beliefs, citing baseless public health concerns as their reason for this policy. Since April, dozens of Muslims in Sri Lanka have been cremated. Understandably, there is much fear within the Muslim community in Sri Lanka today, who have faced violence, demonisation and discrimination within the society for many years. Now, they cannot even perform the final religious rites of their loved ones in peace. This panel discussion addresses how Muslims should respond to this anti-Muslim cremation policy as well as the various forms of injustices that Muslims in Sri Lanka have been suffering from for years.
Saturday, 04 Jumadal Awwal 1442 AH - 19 December 2020 CE

Discussion with Umm Bilal and Dr Nazreen Nawaz, Director of the Women’s Section in The Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir

12 December 2020 CE

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