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HOW THE KHILAFAH WILL PREVENT SECTARIAN DIVISION

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• It is Islam, its culture, history and heritage that are the common uniting factors that bond Muslims across the Muslim world, whether Sunni or Shia, while the Western-imposed secular system has exploited differences for political aims. The Islamic beliefs that unite them are much greater than certain theological differences that exist between the various schools of thought.
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How the Khilafah will Address Citizenship and Non-Muslims

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Islam came as an address for all humankind, regardless of religion, school of thought, race or gender. In the Khilafah all citizens will enjoy the benefits of the Islamic system and full protection of their lives, property and honour without discrimination. “All citizens of the Islamic State are entitled to enjoy the Shariah rights and duties.” (Article 5 - Draft Constitution for the Khilafah of Hizb ut Tahrir)
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How will the Khilafah Prevent Political Oppression?

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Democracy, freedom of opinion and the right to elect and hold the ruler accountable, are slogans that are raised under the existing man-made regimes in the world today, however, the falsity of these slogans is soon revealed when an individual or a group criticizes these regimes and their corruption, or demands a right that they have lost or duties that they failed to fulfil for their people.
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Healthcare Woes under Capitalism

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Tunisia’s health minister has resigned following the death of 11 babies at a maternity hospital in two days.Prime Minister Youssef Chahed said that he accepted the resignation of Abdul Raouf Cherif who was given the health portfolio late last year in a cabinet reshuffle.
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Yemeni Conjoined Twin Babies Die due to Lack of Access to Medical Care

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On the 10th of February CBC news reported a rare case of two conjoined twins that were born in the capital of Sanaa, Yemen died as a result of the needed medical care being denied to the due to the war and foreign sanctions imposed on the nation. “Two-week-old Abd al-Khaleq and Abd al-Rahim - who shared a kidney and a pair of legs, but had separate hearts, lungs and…
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Algeria Protests

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Tens of thousands of Algerians have been protesting in the capital and cities across the country this week, in response to President Abdelaziz Bouteflika’s plan to extend his 20-year rule by seeking a fifth term. Students were demanding that Bouteflika, 81, drop his intention to seek re-election in the April 18 presidential vote.
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