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The American Campaign to Suppress Islam by Hizb ut-Tahrir.

The collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 90’s was not just the break up of a state, it was the failure of an ideology, and its end, both internationally and universally.The conflict (Cold War) which broke out after the Second World War between the Western bloc, under the leadership of America, and the Eastern bloc led by the Soviet Union, was not simply an international conflict between two camps, but also an ideological struggle between two ideologies, Capitalism and Socialism.The arena of this conflict was
not confined to Europe alone, rather it extended to the whole world, ending with the collapse of the Soviet Union and its fragmentation into many states.The Marxist-Socialist ideology failed as a system and way of life for these states and their people, and Marxism-Socialism ceased to exist internationally as well as universally. It was natural for America and the Western bloc as a whole to consider this collapse of the Soviet Union and the downfall of Socialism as a victory for the Capitalist ideology as a system and a way of life. It was also natural for the followers of Capitalism to exaggerate in portraying this victory even to the extent that the Japanese philosopher Fukiyama, called it “The End of History”.

Constructing An Industrialised Muslim World by Adnan Khan

From Book : Industrialisation can be defined as when an economy is geared around manufacturing and this then acts as a stimulus to other sectors of the economy. An example of this was the British Empire which made manufacturing central to its economy. The manufacturing of ships, ammunitions and mining propelled Britain into a global superpower with the ability to rapidly mobilise for war and allowed it to colonise the world. In times of peace such industries were used for civilian purposes.

Jihad and the Foreign policy of the Khilafah State

Does Islam Oppress Women by Lopa Hussain, Adnan Khan

Presence of Mind by Taqiuddin Al-Nabhani. This book has been translated from the original Arabic version.

The Global credit crunch, food crisis and oil crisis has once again highlighted the fragility of Capitalism, as the fallout from the credit crunch and the wider economic crisis continues, demands for alternatives are certain to grow. The aim of this book, written by our expert Adnan Khan, is to scrutanise the causes of the current crisis and evaluate some concepts which go to the heart of Capitalism which will always cause such crisis. It will asses the various factors that have all contributed to the crisis and scrutanise why Capitalism regularly has economic crisis. The Islamic view on such factors will be presented in the form of an Islamic economy under the Khilafah in order to show how Islam will bring the much needed stability the world needs.

The Roots of Nationalism in the Muslim World by Shabir Ahmed.

This book focuses on the origins of nationalism in the Muslim world. Nationalism did not arise in the Muslim world naturally, nor did it came about in response to any hardships faced by the people, nor due to the frustration they felt when Europe started to dominate the world after the industrial revolution. Rather, nationalism was implanted in the minds of the Muslims through a well thought out scheme by the European powers, after their failure to destroy the Islamic State by force. The book also presents the Islamic verdict on nationalism and practical steps that can be taken to eradicate the disease of nationalism from the Muslim Ummah so as to restore it back to its former glory.

Accountability In The Khilafah by Abdul-Kareem Newell

Any Nation whose people believe in an idea would also want their future generations to adopt such ideas so as to preserve them. This culture of a Nation is what determines a people’s civilisation, the nation’s goals, and their way of life. Such people are moulded into one Nation based on this culture. And it is this culture that distinguishes one nation from another. This also holds true for the Muslim Ummah.

What is meant by culture is the Aqeedah and what emanates from this Aqeedah in terms of Ahkams, solutions and systems; and what is based upon the Aqeedah such as other knowledge, sciences and the history linked to this culture (biography of the Ummah). If this culture is lost, it will lead to the demise of the Ummah as a distinguished Ummah; the objective of the Ummah and her way of life will be changed and she will be left following the culture of other nations.

The Funds in Khilafah State discusses in an intricate manner the funds in the Khilafah state and the Shari’ah rules related to them. The book describes the sources and types of funds and explains how, when, and where they are collected. It also throws light on who are entitled to these funds and the areas upon which these funds can be spent.

The rules in this book were derived solely from the Qur’an and the Sunnah, after careful study and scrutiny of the sayings of the Sahaba, the tabi’een (the followers) and their followers and the opinions of the mujtahideen. A book such as this is indispensable for those who are dedicated to reestablishing the Khilafah, and in the future, upon the Khilafah’s return, it will prove to be a priceless gem for the statesmen, thinkers and politicians of the Islamic Ummah.