In light of the escalation of fighting between Israel and the Palestinians throughout the month of February 2008, the Liberation Party (Hizb al-Tahrir al-Islami – HT) called to seek vengeance against the Jews (“the siblings of the apes and pigs”) and Israel (the “the Jewish
Hamas’ victory in the Palestinian Legislative Council (PLC) elections presents a substantial threat to the future of Israeli-Palestinian relations and even to the future of the entire Middle East. The concern over this threat can be seen in the urgent summit on January 30, 2006
On June 5, 2006 the Islamic Courts Union (ICU), a loose coalition of eleven religious leaders led by Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmad, seized Somalia’s capital, Mogadishu. After weeks of bloody fighting and 15 years of anarchy in this Horn of Africa nation, fears are being
The Islamic world is divided in its opinion over suicide attacks carried out by Islamic terrorist organizations, especially when the target is other Muslims.
A Hamas press release called for renewed attacks on Israel in the light of “the continuation of attacks by the Zionist occupier against the Palestinian people with assassinations and destruction”.
Since the beginning of the wave of protests, the Party has attempted to maintain the image of a moderate party which communicates its messages using non-violent methods.On the other hand, it does not hesitate to use radical religious terminology which is likely to incite violent
This article will analyze whether the emergence of an Islamic party at the head of the Palestinian Authority (PA) has caused a change in Hizb al-Tahrir al-Islami’s view of the PA.
The year 2005 appeared to mark a radicalization of the Islamic Liberation Party (Hizb al-Tahrir al-Islami – HT). A review of HT’s activities and its leaders’ declarations showed that there was not an organizational radicalization, but rather a “deviation” by individual members or branches from
The so-called French “Intifada” coupled with the terrorist attacks perpetrated by “Al-Qaeda” in Western Europe in recent years, have led to questions of the status of the Muslim community in Europe.