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Hizb ut-Tahrir is working for the reestablishment of the Khilafah and has emerged as the single largest Islamic political party of the world. Hizb ut-Tahrir has published a huge number of books, booklets and leaflets in the past to eliminate the misconceptions and confusions in the Ummah related to the systems implemented in the Khilafah State. The manifesto-booklet is also a step in this direction. A chapter each is dedicated for ruling system, economic system, judicial system, social system, foreign policy, internal policy, education policy and media. Moreover a brief chapter is also added at the end which introduces the Hizb and its work. The book calls the Ummah towards the Shar’i obligation of establishing the Khilafah in Pakistan as well as spreading it throughout the world. The manifesto is issued both in Urdu and English languages.


Global Capitalism has faced no lack of criticism since its inception, always controversial and never
dull. From Das Kapital in the 19th century to the Anti-Globalisation movement in the late 20th
century, there has been no shortage of predictions that the Global capitalist system was about to fail,
on its last legs hoisted by its own petard of excess and greed.

Towards a Tranquil Safe World under the Shade of the Economic System of Islam by Hizb ut-Tahrir.

The book examines the global economic crisis, explains its reality, critically examines its symptoms and exposes the flaws in the solutions proposed by the flagbearers of Capitalism. The book concludes by illustrating the correct solutions to the economic crisis from Islam – solutions that are from the Creator of the universe and the Creator of mankind, who knows what is best for His creation.

Afghanistan & Pakistan : The Unwinnable War – A Report from Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain

Energy is of critical importance in the 21st century, without it, today’s transportation, industry and agriculture could not exist. Without the harnessing of energy the industrial revolution may not have taken place. Due to this, energy policies around the world are dominated by energy efficiency, energy dependence and energy security. Increased awareness of the effects of global warming has also led to international debate and action for the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions.

The book explains in fine detail, topics such as the islamic view of economy and its objectives, the rule of the lands, the need for the gold standard and how foreign trade is to be conducted. The soul sources of adopting the rules mentioned in this book are the book of Allah and the Sunnah of his Messenger Ijma\’a as-Sahabah and analogy.;The book also produces an eloquent rebuttal of both the Capitalist and Socialist economic systems, exposing their defects and contradictions with Islam.


The Methodology of Hizb ut-Tahrir for Change by Hizb ut-Tahrir

About Hizn ut-Tahrir (translated from the Arabic)

Many people overstep the mark and apply the term ‘social system’ to all systems of life. This is an erroneous application; given that the systems of life befit more to be called the ‘systems of society’ since in reality that is what they constitute, as they organize the relationships which arise between a people living in a particular society regardless of their meeting or dispersing. The meeting of people is not considered, what is noted is only the relationships (‘Alaqat). Consequently, they will be diverse and differ according to the different relationships. They include economics, ruling, politics, education, penal code (‘Uqubat), societal transactions (Mu’amalat) and the rules of (testimonial) evidences (Bayyinat) etc.

Thus, the application of the term ‘social system’ to all of these relationships is meaningless and inapplicable. Besides, the word ‘social’ is a description of a system, thus the subject matter of this system should be the organization of the problems arising from the meeting (of people) or the relationships that arise from people meeting together. The meeting of a man with a man and a woman with a woman does not require a system because no problems arise from it, nor do relationships arise which require a system. Only the organization of their interests requires a system in view of the fact that they live in the same country even if they did not meet. As for the meeting of a man with a woman and vice versa, it is from this meeting that problems and relationships arise which need to be organized by a system. Thus, this meeting (Ijtima’) befits more to be designated as the social system, because in reality it is this system which organizes the meeting between men and women, and the relationships which arise from such meetings. That is why the social system is confined to the system which demonstrates the organization of the woman’s meeting with the man and vice versa, and organizes the woman’s relationship with the man and vice versa. Thus the social system addresses the relationships that result from men and women meeting and not from their interests (Masalih) in society, and it clarifies all that branches out from this relationship. Thus, trade between men and women pertains to the systems of society and not to the social system, because it falls within the economic system. As for the prohibition of (Khalwa) seclusion between men and women, or when a woman has the right to instigate divorce for herself, or who has the right of custody for a child, all of these issues pertain to the social system. Therefore, the social system is defined as: the system which organizes the meeting of a man with a woman and vice versa and organizes the relationship which results from their meeting and all that branches out from this relationship.

Dangerous Concepts to attack Islam and Consolidate the western culture.