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False Caliphate: A Critical Analysis of Hizb Ut-Tahrir's Political and Creedal Views

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False Caliphate: A Critical Analysis of Hizb Ut-Tahrir's Political and Creedal Views

ISBN: 9781792369803
Author: Wasim A Ismail and AbuBilaal Yakub
Book Binding: Hardcover
Pages 348
Size: 6 x 0.87 x 9 inches
Publication year:2021
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The system works for the political Islamic movement which works to establish a caliphate commonly known as Hizb ut-Tahrir The system works under renowned religious and political authority and governs according to Islamic law. While it purports to be a peaceful organization, its ideology, and techniques have been a source of contention and discussion. This system will look at the political and religious issues with the goal to grow the community or state Political Objectives: Hizb ut-Tahrir aspires to build a global caliphate controlled by Islamic law in order to unite Muslims and realize its vision of the perfect Islamic society. The organization believes that establishing a caliphate requires political engagement, ideological persuasion, and the eventual destruction of current governments. Hizb ut-Tahrir is not agreed with the use of violence for the sack of some goals or objectives that its rhetoric and tactics may contribute to radicalization. Modernity, in proportions unprecedented in the Islamic Tradition, has spawned several Political Activist Groups that have reduced their understanding of Islām to something of a political machine. They have lost the fundamental understanding that while politics is a part of the Islamic Sharī‘ah, Islām itself is not a political movement nor an ideology. We hope that the dissertation in this book gently reaches the ears of those who are adamant in establishing a modernized Islamic state, while simultaneously, perhaps unknowingly, are dismissing the very essence of the Religion, the Tawḥīd, to the back seat.

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