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Under the Banner of Combating Covid-19 a New Innovation is made to our Deen

The Government through the Inter-Faith Council has re-opened the mosques with stringent guidelines. The fifteen-member group was tasked working alongside the Ministry of Interior, Ministry of Health and Council of Governors to formulate conditions for reopening places of worship. Among the guidelines to be followed places of worship include the 1.5-metre social distance between congregants
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A State Adds a Fear of Hunger to that of a Coronavirus

In a new measure to curb the global Coronavirus pandemic, the Government has totally shutdown two Muslim highly dominated commercial centers; Eastleigh in Nairobi and Old Town in Mombasa. The Government’s claims that the step was not meant to punish the residents of the two suburbs but aimed at protecting Kenyans from infection since the areas have recorded high cases of Covid-19.
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Ramadhan enters as the Secular Regimes unfold the remaining folds of Islam

As the Ummah enters into the holy month of Ramadhan, Hizb ut Tahrir / Kenya wishes to extend its warmest greetings on this blessed occasion to the Muslims in Kenya and the world at large. We pray to Allah (swt) to give us strength and health to observe the noble act of fasting which is not only obligatory but one of five pillars of Islam.
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Hizb ut Tahrir / Kenya Official Launching of Comprehensive Campaign under the Slogan: BBI Old Game New Strategy

Hizb ut Tahrir / Kenya is pleased to launch officially a Comprehensive Campaign that will run for three months on the theme: "BBI Old Game New Strategy” commencing on Saturday 15th February 2020 ending 24th May 2020. The Building Bridges Initiative Report (BBI) gazetted on 24th May 2018  and made open to public on November last year for public engagement, has been deemed as a ‘New Dawn’ imagined that will…
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Rejecting a Hijab Review, Proof that Muslim Rights cannot be Guaranteed by the Secular Constitution

The Supreme Court has dismissed the application to review the Hijab case which was filed to quash a directive from St Paul Kiwanjani School to ban Muslim students from wearing the Hijab. The ruling has upheld the initial ruling made in January last year which set aside the court of appeal verdict which had sanctioned the wearing of Hijab in schools.
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