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The Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir Launch a Campaign on the 25th Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide: “25 Years On: Lessons from Srebrenica”

On the 11th July 1995, Serb forces invaded the Muslim enclave of Srebrenica in Bosnia in which tens of thousands of Muslims had taken refuge from the Serbian army’s offensive in north-eastern Bosnia. The town had been designated as a “safe area” by the United Nations (UN) and declared as being under UN protection. In the days following the capture of Srebrenica, 8000 Muslim men and boys were executed in…
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Women’s Section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir Launch a Campaign on the 25th Anniversary of the Srebrenica Genocide: 25 Years On: Lessons from Srebrenica

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“25 Years On: Lessons from Srebrenica” How can the remembrance of the brutal events of the past help us to reshape our future as Muslims to achieve security and justice? How can we break the legacy of genocides which afflict our Ummah…so that history does not continue to repeat itself? This campaign launched by the Women’s section in the Central Media Office of Hizb ut Tahrir hopes to address these…
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True Leaders Don’t Blame People

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ISLAMABAD: While cases of the novel coronavirus have been increasing and smart lockdowns are being enforced to control the deadly virus, more than 9,532 violations of health guidelines/instructions were observed across the country over the past 24 hours. (Source: Dawn)
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Separatism in Papua is Free-Rider of the #BlackLivesMatter Movement

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Cindy Makabory, a West Papuan woman living in exile in Australia, took part in a series of 'Black Lives Matter' protests in Melbourne, Australia, on Saturday, June 6th. In her speech, Cindy talked about the incidents that happened in Papuan student dormitories in Surabaya and Yogyakarta, where Papuan students were referred to as ‘monkeys’.
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When the West’s Civilization Reaches the Castle of the Family Secularism must be Rejected Immediately and the Khilafah must be Established

Lena el-Sheikh, Minister of Labour and Social Development, affirmed that her Ministry placed the protection of women at the forefront of its priorities by setting up a unit to combat violence against women to improve the conditions of women in Sudan to protect them and preserve their dignity.
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