For the past few weeks heavy rains have pounded the country in which the media outlets have been reporting cases of devastation and deaths across the country — including the Central, Coastal and Northeastern regions — with experts warning of possible worse occurrences. The most recent deadly tragedy is the death of more than 50 people in West Pokot from raging floods that destroyed homes and caused landslides that buried residents was the worst natural tragedy in recent years.
On Tuesday, 05/11/2019, Salem Al-Khanbashi, representing Hadi, and Nasser Al-Kubaji, representing the transitional government, signed the Riyadh Agreement to end the fighting between their forces since 02/08/2019. The Agreement included the formation of a government not exceeding 24 ministers, ministerial portfolios to be equal between the northern and southern provinces, and Hadi’s appointment of a number of governors in the southern governorates.
The ancient Kukeldash Madrasah is in the heart of Tashkent’s old city. It’s Friday afternoon, and the nearby maze of medieval unpaved alleys looks unwelcoming under a scorching sun.
But outside the old gates of the religious school, a crowd of bearded young Uzbeks and veiled women wait patiently. The entire plaza in front of this famous Islamic center is flooded with people from the nearby Chorsu Bazaar, Tashkent’s largest, oldest outdoor market. Handicrafts makers, flat-bread sellers, black-market money dealers – all are here. Everyone is waiting for afternoon prayers.
After two months of mass protests, which filled the protest squares in the capital Baghdad and the central and southern provinces, during which nearly 500 unarmed rebel youths losttheir lives and more than 15 thousand were wounded or disabled, as a result of excessive violence used by law enforcement forces, or say: tools to preserve the oppression and the oppressors, who fired live bullets, deadly smoke bombs, and rubber bullets to break the willpower of the revolution
During the 6th Religious Council organized by the High Board of the Presidency of Religious Affairs in Ankara from 25th-28th November 2019, several discussions took place with the aim of identifying the new strategies related to the Religious Affairs services, in the context of the impact of the changes in religious understanding on the socio-cultural framework that imposes itself on the entire world, which has affected the relationship of religion to life and the future of religion.
We are delighted in the Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir / Wilayah Sudan to invite the brothers from the media, politicians, thinkers and people of opinion to attend and participate in the monthly forum of the Ummah’s issues, titled:
In the absence of the ruling by all that Allah (swt) has revealed, friendship and companionship have declined in both their form and their value. All too often, relations are built upon perceived material benefit, whether it is financial, worldly privileges or worldly status, whilst spending time with each other is for as long as material benefits are realized and end when that evaporates, so does the relationship.