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Hizb ut-Tahrir in Denmark held a protest gathering in front of the Embassy of Pakistan

Approximately 400 people participated in a protest gathering on Friday May 29th 2009, arranged by Hizb ut-Tahrir in Denmark, against the military offensive which the government of Pakistan has launched in the tribal areas. Several speeches were held, during the gathering in front of the Embassy of Pakistan.


Hizb ut Tahrir Wilayah Pakistan conducts multiple protests near Nasir Bagh, Rawalpindi

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Hizb ut Tahrir Wilayah Pakistan conducted multiple protests near Nasir Bagh, Rawalpindi at the spot where their members met faced arrests two weeks ago.  Shabab of Hizb ut Tahrir Junaid Khan and Waqar Saddiqi addressed the gatherings.  They stated that the ongoing chaos, bomb blasts and the operations taking place in Pakistan are benefitting none other than the Americans.  They demanded the immediate stop to the operations and called upon the people of power to give support to Hizb ut Tahrir to re-establish the Khilafah "Caliphate".




The rulers are waging American war on the hard earned money of the poor people of Pakistan

The last year has been the worst year in the 62 year economic history of Pakistan, thanks to the IMF "throat strangling" policies and American war contract, while 38 year worst record has been shattered in respect of economic growth rate. As per government admission, 35 billion dollar (Rs 2800 billion) of the people's money has been thrown into this foreign war, which is equal to the total foreign debt we had a year ago.


Hizb ut-Tahrir Wilayah Pakistan demonstrates against America's campaign of chaos, bombings and assassinations

Today, Hizb ut-Tahrir demonstrated and held a rally near committee chowk, Rawalpindi, demanding the ejection of American intelligence from Pakistan who is the actual cause of the wave of chaos throughout Pakistan, including bombings and the assassination of Dr. Sarfraz Naeemi, a critic of American interference in Pakistan.


Fighting Muslims is a great evil, which only benefits America

As summer temperatures soar, hundreds of thousands of Muslims, who fled from the war in Swat are facing immense suffering, deprived of even the most basic of needs, such as electricity, drinking water and clothing. Whilst on the other hand the rulers of Pakistan, sitting in air conditioned rooms and corridors of power, are toasting to the success


Budget Declared on the Basis of the Failed Capitalist System Proves that the Current Rulers are Slaves of West

Chief Coordinator and Official Spokesman of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Bangladesh Mohiuddin Ahmed in a press release issued today said that like the previous years, the current government has declared a budget amid much fanfare. The Finance Minister yesterday declared a big budget of BDT 113,819 crores with big deficit (BDT 34,358 crores).


After Iraq, America is trying to inflame sectarian violence in Pakistan by assassinating Ulema

Hizb ut-Tahrir condemns, in the strongest words, the brutal and cowardly assassination of Dr. Sarfaraz Naeemi. Dr. Sarfaraz Naeemi was bitterly against the American interference in this region and a few days ago in an interview to a private TV channel he severely condemned the government's surrender to American dictates.


Views on the News 12/6/09

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Anti-Islamic parties do well in European elections

The Dutch politician Geert Wilders' Freedom Party won 17 percent of the vote European Union parliamentary elections in the Netherlands. Wilders, who has compared the Koran to Mein Kampf, campaigned on an anti-EU and anti-immigrant platform. The Freedom Party finished second to the governing Christian Democratic Alliance, which garnered 19.9% of the vote.  Naftaniel, a Dutch Jew whose organization monitors anti-Semitism and racism, said "Wilders is bringing to attention things that are important for Dutch society," citing the "the situation of extreme Islam."  In Britain, The British National Party won its first seats in the European Parliament, in a major breakthrough for a party reviled by mainstream politicians for its anti-immigration stance. Party chairman Nick Griffin was elected an MEP in the northwest of England region with eight percent of the vote, hours after Andrew Brons won the BNP's first ever European seat in the nearby Yorkshire and the Humber region. Griffin told Sky News television: "This is a Christian country and Islam is not welcome, because Islam and Christianity, Islam and democracy, Islam and women's rights do not mix." The election result means that Muslims in Europe will find it difficult to practice their faith. It also diminishes Turkey's chances of joining the EU.


Oil reaches a new high of $71

The price of oil burst through the $71 a barrel mark and some predict that the price could eventually hit $250. The latest high - from lows of $30 only four months ago - came on the New York Mercantile Exchange, where the cost of July deliveries rose by $1.35 to $71.36. This comes on top of a $2 rise the day before as investors rushed into the market on the back of lower stockpile figures, higher demand estimates and speculation against further falls in the dollar. "I wouldn't be surprised if we're testing $80 in a week or two," said one analyst, while BP's chief executive, Tony Hayward, questioned whether $90 could be the "right" value. Alexei Miller, chairman of the Russian energy group Gazprom, raised the stakes further when he reiterated last year's estimates of $250 a barrel. But there is no apparent demand for oil in the world right now. Global oil consumption fell 0.6% to 81.8m barrels a day in 2008, the first decline since 1993 and the largest drop for 27 years. The rise in the price oil is once again being manipulated by American speculators to prevent further erosion in the value of the dollar.


Deluded Mubarak praises Obama's pledge not to fight Islam

In an interview broadcasted on Wednesday in Cairo President Hosni Mubarak said that Barack Obama has presented a fresh understanding of Islam not shown by predecessors. Obama called for a "new beginning" in ties between the United States and Muslims, many of whom felt targeted by the "war against terror" launched by former President George W. Bush after the September 11, 2001 attacks, and his wars in Afghanistan and Iraq. "Under the past administration, there was a feeling that the Islamic world was a group of terrorists, Islam was hated and Muslims should be watched, and that the previous administration was scared of any Muslim. But Obama came and said we will not fight Muslims and Islam. He is a sympathetic man, and says the United States will not fight Islam because Islam is a heavenly religion," he said.


Malaysian government to launch Islamic TV channel in line with eastern culture

The Islamic television channel is in the final stage of preparation and will be launched soon, said a Minister in the Prime Minister's Department. He was confident that the TV channel would provide a new dimension in educating the public on bringing up the family based on Islamic teachings and in line with eastern culture and etiquette."The Islamic TV channel will give the people an alternative. I had discussed the matter with Information, Communication and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Dr Rais Yatim. "Local TV stations do carry Islamic programmes but they only made up 10-18 percent of the overall content. The Islamic TV channel will appeal to Muslims and also non-Muslims," he said. The Islamic TV channel is fully owned by the government. Clearly the launch of a state funded Islamic TV channel is intended to counter the growing Islamic revival in Malaysia, especially the move towards political Islam.


CIA Chief stresses that bin Laden is in Pakistan

CIA Director Leon Panetta said on Thursday the U.S. intelligence agency believes al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden is hiding in Pakistan and hopes joint operations with Pakistani forces will find him. Asked whether he was sure that bin Laden was in Pakistan, Panetta told reporters: "The last information we had, that's still the case." Finding bin Laden is "one of our major priorities," Panetta said. "One of our hopes is that the Pakistanis move in militarily, combined with our operations, we may be able to have a better chance" to find the al Qaeda leader, he said. Panetta said al Qaeda "remains the most serious security threat" to the United States and its leaders, particularly in Pakistan, continue to plot against America. There are "a number of people" on the ground in Pakistan providing intelligence on al Qaeda targets to the United States, he said.


Views on the News 19/6/09

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Britain: Dramatic increase in the number of Muslim youth drinking alcohol

There has also been a huge rise in the number of young girls and Muslims drinking alcohol, the borough-by-borough study of alcohol abuse in the London found. James Cleverly, chairman of the London Assembly health and public services committee, which published the report, said: "The rise in young girls and Muslims drinking are the most concerning aspects of the report. "The investigation also revealed that the percentage of young drinkers of Bangladeshi origin has increased five-fold in four years, and those of Pakistani origin has more than doubled, while the number of white British drinkers has dropped. The figures show 10 per cent of youngsters of Pakistani origin and 12 per cent of Bangladeshi origin admit to drinking compared with four per cent and two per cent four years ago. But the percentage of white British 11 to 21-year-olds who admitted having drunk in the last year dropped from 80 per cent to 64 per cent. Mr Cleverly said: "The increase among these ethnic groups is alarming." He said the number of young Muslims who drink could be higher but they are scared of admitting it. The report raised concerns around how Muslim families will cope if a child develops an alcohol problem.

Will BRIC challenge western dominance?

This week the inaugural summit of the BRICs-Brazil, Russia, India, China-took place in Yekaterinburg. Russia's president, Dmitry Medvedev, called it "the epicentre of world politics". These four countries represent almost half of the world's population and about 20% of the global economy. The really striking thing about the gathering is that leaders of these countries discussed topics such as reforming the IMF; their demand for more say in global policy-making; and, in the case of China, Brazil and Russia, a plan to switch some of their foreign-currency reserves out of dollars and into IMF bonds. All this reflects growing self-confidence. The largest emerging markets are recovering fast and starting to think the recession may mark another milestone in a worldwide shift of economic power away from the West. However, it remains to be seen whether BRIC translate its relative economic advantage into political muscle. Until then it is unlikely that BRIC will be able to counter western dominance.

US Meddling in Iran all over again

This week US President Barack Obama said that he will not "meddle" in Iran, as thousands took to the streets of the capital Tehran after protests over the country's general election. But despite Osama's reassurances, America cannot be trusted. In 1953 the CIA orchestrated the removal of Mosaddeq's regime through mass demonstrations. Today, the blatant denouncing of the Iranian elections by the American media and US support of pro-opposition leaders bears close resemblance to 1953. The only missing ingredient is the active involvement of CIA. But that may soon change. According to Seymour Hersh in The New Yorker of July 8 last year: "Late last year 2007, Congress agreed to a request from President Bush to fund a major escalation of covert operations against Iran, according to current and former military, intelligence and congressional sources. These operations, for which the President sought up to $400m, were described in a Presidential Finding signed by Bush, and are designed to destabilise the country's religious leadership." What should be clear to all is that America and the West will never allow Muslims to decide their own political destiny. Muslims can only decide their political future through the re-establishment of the Caliphate. Unlike the political medium in Iran, the caliphate will be independent from western interference and intrigue.

Zardari receives EU money to fight Islam

The European Union (EU) will give $100m to Pakistan in new humanitarian aid to help efforts to tackle "the economic crisis and terrorism", EU officials say. The so called aid was announced at the start of summit talks between President Asif Ali Zardari and EU leaders in Brussels. However, it soon became clear that the money was not intended to help the 3million refugees but to bolster Zardari's efforts to fight Islam. "I welcome President Zardari's commitment to reinforce the democratic institutions, reform the economy and defeat extremism and terrorism, which pose a threat not just to his country, but to its neighbours and to the rest of the world," European Commission President Jose Manuel Barroso said. "In exchange, we want Pakistan to take the fight against terrorism very seriously and that they do a lot on their home front," said EU External Relations Commissioner Benita Ferrero-Waldner. Allah says: "O ye who believe! Take not My enemies and yours as friends (or protectors)- offering them (your) love, even though they have rejected the Truth that has come to you, and have (on the contrary) driven out the Messenger and yourselves (from your homes), (simply) because ye believe in Allah your Lord! If ye have come out to strive in My Way and to seek My Good Pleasure (take them not as friends), holding secret converse of love (and friendship) with them: for I know full well all that ye conceal and all that ye reveal. And any of you that does this has strayed from the Straight Path."

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