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British official document issued by the Department for Education urging university lecturers and staff to report on Muslim students.
A member of the Islamic Liberation Party in the United Kingdom, Mājid Nawāz, was released last week from an Egyptian jail after serving three-quarters of his five-year jail term, which was on charges of spreading his party’s ideology in Egypt.
Suggestions of a deal between British and Egyptian authorities to exchange prisoners, including three Britons in prison in Egypt in connection to membership of Hizb al-Tahrīr and Egyptian, Abu Hamza al-Misrī, currently in jail in the U.K.
The author notes the imprisonment and release of several British members of the Islamic group Hizb al-Tahrir. The author adds that perhaps their imprisonment should never have occurred, since some argued that they ever only expressed their opinions peacefully.
The only British Muslim representative in Birmingham launched a sever attack on the Hizb Al-Tahrir Al-Islami. He said that the tendencies and the ideologies of the party do not differ from those of extremist right-wing groups in Britain.
The Hizb Al-Tahrir Al-Islami [Islamic Liberation Party] holds its sixth annual conference in Birmingham today under the banner “Are you British or Muslim?” Ten thousand people, mostly Muslim, will participate in the conference. It discusses the necessity of the participation of Muslims in the...
The Supreme State Security Court postponed a hearing for the lawsuit of the Hizb Al-Tahrir [Liberation Party] to next Saturday.
The Supreme State Security Court will continue hearing the case of Hizb Al-Tahrir [Liberation] Party tomorrow. Three Britons among 26 Islamists, are accused in the case. They, together with the other defendants, are charged with membership in an underground organization that aims at overthrowing...
The Supreme State Security Court has finished examining the report of the Islamic Research Institute concerning the publications of Hizb Al-Tahrir Al-Islami [Islamic Liberation Party]. The report states that most of the books are in accordance with the Shari’a. Some of them, however, contains wrong...
The case of the Hizb el-Tahrir el-Islami [Islamic Liberation Party], which includes 26 defendants charged with attempting to overthrow the established regime and promoting and possessing publications that include extremist ideas, is still examined. The court has asked an Azhar committee to give its...
The High State Security Court resumes examining the lawsuit of the Tahrir Al-Islamy Party, one week after it was postponed. The lawsuit includes 26 defendants, three of whom are British.
The author refers to news about the release of thee British prisoners who were sentenced to five years imprisonment each in the case of Hizb al-Tahrīr.
The author notes that while reactions to the Danish cartoons have gotten out of hand, the main force behind those reactions was not religious, but politically-motivated groups. He calls on Muslimsnot to blame all Westerners for the cartoons, and for Westerners in kind to not blame all Muslims for...
John Ord tells the story of his conversion to Islam.
In a famous Arab street in London, there were many slogans on the chart about the catastrophe of “The Islamic Caliphate” and how it is the only way out for Muslims. Reading the headlines of these publications, I realized that it is one of London’s kiosks for the Hizb Al-Tahrir [Liberation Party]....
Rose El-Youssef’s special series on extremism sheds light upon the extremist Al-Tahrir Party [Liberation party] that plans to establish Islamic rule, the book of “Al-Sufur Wa Al-Hijab [Unveiling and Veiling]” and so-called Islamic medicine. It also interviews the Sheikh of the Azhar on Islamic...
People in the Gama’at al-Islamiya have been talking in the past three months about the initiative to end violence and ideological revisions made by the Gama’at Al-Islamiya and the Jihad group. In spite of these initiatives, security forces foiled attempts to revive the activities of organizations...
The leader of the Islamic Liberation Party is a famous fundamentalist lawyer who was detained many times under the Emergency Law as a dangerous person for security reasons. Lawyer Montasser Al-Zayyat presented a request to the State Security Prosecution to allow him to examine the investigation...
Egyptian State Security Prosecution investigated 100 members –including four Britons- of the banned Islamic Liberation Party. The Prosecution charged 55 of them of joining an illegal group whose aim was to overthrow the established regime. The British Embassy in Egypt demanded to be updated with...
The Supreme State Security Court in Cairo is due to hear the case of the Islamic Liberation Party [Hizb al-Tahrir] on the 25th of this month. Three British citizens are among the suspects in this case. The Liberation Party resumed its activities after the end of fundamentalist activities due to two...

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