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PostSubyek: International Khilafah Conference 2007   Sat Jun 30, 2007 4:10 pm

International Khilafah Conference 2007
Hizb ut-Tahrir Indonesia have organised the largest International Khilafah Conference the world has ever seen, bringing together Islamic activists from all around the world. The conference will be held in Jakarta, Indonesia on 12th August 2007, corresponding to 28th Rajab 1428 which is the Hijri date of the destruction of the Khilafah.
Over one hundred thousand people are expected to attend, it is being held in HGelora Bung Karno Stadium, which has the joint 10th largest capacity of all stadiums in the world, equal with the Melbourne Cricket Ground.





Speakers from: Australia, England, Palestine, Sudan & Japan. There will also be local speakers including leaders and prominent personalities from various Islamic groups.

International Speakers

1. Dr. Imran Waheed (Hizb ut-Tahrir Britain)
2. Sheikh Ismail Al Wahwah (Hizb ut-Tahrir Australia)
3. Sheikh Issam Ameera (Hizb ut-Tahrir Palestine)
4. Syeikh Uthman Abu Khalil (Hizb ut-Tahrir Sudan)
5. Prof. Dr. Hassan Ko Nakata (Japan)

Local speakers

* Hafidz Abdurrahman, MA (Hizb ut-Tahrir Indonesia)
* KH. Abdullah Gymnastiar (Popular scholar who regularly appears on Indonesian TV)
* Prof. Dr. H. M. Amin Rais ( Former leader of Muhammadiyah)
* KH. Ma’ruf Amin (Majelis Ulama Indonesia)
* DR. H. Adyaksa Dault, SH, M.Si.
* KH. Drs. Hasyim Muzadi (General chairman of the Central Board of Nahdlatul Ulama)
* Prof. Dr. Din Syamsuddin (Current leader of Muhammadiyah)
* KH. Habib Riziq Shihab (General Chairman of the Islam Defending Front, FPI)
* KH. Zainuddin MZ (Reform Star Party, PBR)

Date: 12 August 2007/28 Rajab 1428
Venue: HGelora Bung Karno Stadium, Jakarta, Indonesia
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PostSubyek: Re: International Khilafah Conference 2007   Mon Jul 02, 2007 12:08 am

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PostSubyek: Re: International Khilafah Conference 2007   Mon Aug 13, 2007 11:27 pm

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PostSubyek: Re: International Khilafah Conference 2007   Mon Aug 13, 2007 11:30 pm

Brunei Times: International 'Khilafah Conference' and us
Muslim Countries
Friday, 10 August 2007
The Brunei Times
Dzikrullah W Pramudya and Santi Soekanto
BANDAR SERI BEGAWAN



THIS Sunday, if Allah Almighty wills, some 80,000 people will take part in a large conference here, whose main aim is to disseminate the call for the revival of the khilafah (caliphate). To be held at the Gelora Bung Karno Sports Stadium, the gathering will feature both domestic and international speakers of Hizbut Tahrir movement as well as leaders of other Islamic organisations.


Hizbut Tahrir, as introduced in its Britain's official Internet site, is a global Islamic political party that was established in 1953 under the leadership of its founder _ the scholar, political thinker and judge in the Court of Appeals in al-Quds (Jerusalem), Taqiyuddin an-Nabhani. Hizbut Tahrir global leadership is currently headed by Ata' abu Rishta.


Hizbut Tahrir works at all levels of society to bring Muslims back to living an Islamic way of life "under the shade of the Khilafah State following an exclusively political method". The movement claims to adopt the methodology employed by the Prophet Muhammad (peace and blessing be upon him) when he established the first "Islamic State" in Madinah.



In Hizbut Tahrir's point of view, the Prophet limited his struggle for the establishment of the Islamic State to intellectual and political work. Instead of resorting to violence, the Prophet mobilised public opinion in favour of Islam and endeavoured to sway the political and intellectual elites of the time.



For us in Brunei Darussalam, the system is not a strange thing. In fact, it could very well be considered personal because HRH Al-Muhtadee Billah, our own Crown Prince, bears the same name as that of the 13th Caliph (868 AD) in the Khilafah Abbasiyah (Abbasid Chaliphate) known for its scientific and technological achievements.



Even if, as history shows, the Khilafah Abbasiyyah recorded many differences from the system adopted by Khulafaur Rashidin (the four Rightly-Guided successors of the Prophet: Abu Bakr As-Siddiq, 'Umar ibn Khattab, 'Uthman ibn 'Affan and 'Ali ibn Abu Talib), it was legally and scientifically considered as the ideal form of Islamic political leadership after the Prophet era.



Relations between Brunei Darussalam and the caliphate go beyond similarity in names _ the sultans of Brunei made a conscious effort to sustain those ties with the Uthmaniyyah Caliphate in Istanbul. Khilafah Uthmaniyyah ended on March 3, 1924 with the establishment of the secular Republic of Turkey under the leadership of Mustafa Kemal.



In the "modern" discourse, a Khilafah (which seeks justice as part of the worship and obedience toward Allah, in the spirit of loving Rasulullah, be it spiritually, through the search for knowledge, through the building of a just community) is often considered an Islamic anti-thesis toward a Western globalised system that is capitalistic, materialistic and secular.



However, as a form of ijtihad (the reform in implementing religious life), the line and direction taken by Hizbut Tahrir is not free from criticism.



In Indonesia, Hasyim Muzadi, chairman of Nahdlatul Ulama (the largest organisation of so-called traditional Muslims), called Hizbut Tahrir "a transnational ideological movement which threatens Indonesia's national unity". He said, "We must be wary of movements that do not spring from Indonesian traditions."



Hasyim's fears are understandable given how Indonesia has yet to recover from the various social, political and economic upheavals of recent decades, as well as the numerous natural disasters.



If it is true that Hizbut Tahrir seeks to replace the secular nationalism adopted by Indonesia at its proclamation of independence 62 years ago, then it certainly must be described as a threat for Indonesia.



At the international level, eminent jurist Yusuf Qaradhawi has also criticised Hizbut Tahrir for turning its founder Sheikh Taqiyuddin An-Nabhani into a cult. "They accept whatever Syaikh Taqiyuddin has to say about the economic and political system as if it was the religion of Allah rather than a personal ijtihad that can sometimes be correct but can also be mistaken at other times," Qaradhawi has said.



There are other criticisms such as one that sees Hizbut Tahrir as a partial movement emphasising politics while ignoring that Islam is a complete way of life that touches all aspects such as economics, social and culture, defence and others. This is in line with the movement's own declaration through its official site (www.hizb-ut-tahrir.org), "Hizb ut-Tahrir is a political group and not a priestly one. Nor is it an academic, educational or a charity group."



Will the conference on the khilafah be able to respond to the increasing list of criticism? Let us wait and see how the conference evolves in Jakarta, while praying to God Almighty that the growing organisation will add only good to mankind.
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PostSubyek: Re: International Khilafah Conference 2007   Mon Aug 13, 2007 11:35 pm

Independent: Islamists rally to demand creation of Muslim state
Rajab Conferences
Sunday, 12 August 2007
Independent
By Kathy Marks, Asia-Pacific Correspondent

Shouting "Allah is great", and waving black and white flags, about 80,000 members of the radical Islamist group Hizb ut-Tahrir gathered in a sports stadium in Jakarta yesterday to call for the creation of a Muslim state spanning the Islamic world.

Hizb ut-Tahrir, which is banned in several countries, including France, Germany and the Netherlands, has a strong following in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim state. Delegates at the Bung Karno Stadium had also come from Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

Two speakers - Imran Waheed from Britain, and Ismail Al Wahwah from Australia - were refused entry into Indonesia. The decision by immigration authorities was denounced by Ismail Yusanto, a spokesman for the group's Indonesian branch. "Those responsible for this are being paranoid," he said. "This has hurt our freedom of expression."

Britain has considered outlawing Hizb ut-Tahrir, which was founded in Jerusalem in 1953. But Tony Blair, decided against it, after being advised by police that a ban would merely force it underground.

Critics say that its ideology is close to that of violent jihadist groups, and that it radicalises young Muslims who then choose a path of violence. Hizb ut-Tahrir insists that it opposes violence, and it has denounced terrorist bombings in London, Madrid and Bali. It has a strong presence on university campuses in Britain, some of which have banned it.

The radical Indonesian Muslim cleric, Abu Bakar Bashir, was scheduled to address the biannual international rally. But organisers asked him to withdraw, after police raised security concerns. Mr Bashir served two years in Jakarta's Cipinang jail after being convicted of involvement in the 2002 Bali bombings. The conviction was later overturned by the Supreme Court.

Another hardline Indonesian cleric, Habieb Rizieq, was also advised by police not to attend.

Many of Hizb ut-Tahrir's supporters arrived in convoys of buses from other regions of Java, Indonesia's main island, and neighbouring Sumatra island. Amid music and prayer, speakers called for a renewed commitment to revive the Caliphate - a single state across the Muslim world - through peaceful means.

Mr Yusanto said: "After the destruction of the Caliphate, tragedy after tragedy has descended on the Muslim world. Our nation has been divided into 50, and the infidel colonialists picked rulers in each."

Salim Frederick, of the group's English branch, said: "We need to carry this message from every corner from the east to west, so that on judgement day we can be proud." Erni Tri, a 40-year-old teacher who had driven for two hours with her husband and three children to attend the rally, said that she liked the group because it was "firm and uncompromising towards un-Islamic cultures". She said: "It is driven by love for Allah and has no hidden agenda to get votes or power."

Although the group's gatherings are usually peaceful, the United States embassy in Jakarta had warned its citizens to avoid going near the stadium.

Abdullar Gymnastiar, a popular and moderate Indonesian preacher, said it "hurts our feelings" to be labelled as radical. "We don't tolerate at all to engage in violence, especially terrorist action," he said. Abdul Wahid, chairman of Hizb ut-Tahrir in Britain, condemned the deportation of Dr Waheed. He said in a statement yesterday: "Hizb ut-Tahrir has spearheaded a crucial debate on the future for the Muslim world - an alternative to corruption and dictatorship.

"We hear endless rhetoric about a battle of ideas, but the only action we see are bans, smears and an attempt to silence debate."
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PostSubyek: Re: International Khilafah Conference 2007   Thu Sep 06, 2007 2:31 pm

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http://www.hizb.org.uk/hizb/multimedianew/video/bbc-news-24-debate-the-jakarta-khilafah-conference.html
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