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    Hizbul Tahrir

    assalamu aleykum wa rahmatullah.

    can someone please explain to me the objectives and aqeedah of hizbul tahrir ?..

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    will be a long night. theres the usual rumours that they reject punishment in the grave etc etc. once they told me their jihad is printing leaflets and talking politics, i was out:)


    Originally posted by muwahid View Post
    assalamu aleykum wa rahmatullah.

    can someone please explain to me the objectives and aqeedah of hizbul tahrir ?..

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      #3
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      so are they still considered ahlu sunnah ?

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        #4
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        i would say they are ahlus sunnah, they have good intentions no doubt, about re-establishing khilafah and all that

        Originally posted by muwahid View Post
        so are they still considered ahlu sunnah ?

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          #5
          Re: Hizbul Tahrir

          :start:

          :salams

          Akhee Muwahid :) the best way would be to ask someone who actually follows the group on certain issues/queries you have.

          A lot of Muslims unfortunately have issues with groups/sects without even knowing what they believe in - listening to hearsay unfortunately :(

          So as it doesn't make sense to ask a a vegetarian which Muslim takeaway does the best chicken burger i'm afraid the answer to your query may be treated the same way by certain individuals.


          I hope you don't mind me saying this as i'm sure you wanna get correct information about the group - i don't know much of what they stand for but as Muslims we should speka good or remain silent- unfortunately some think an online forum excludes this.

          (I would like a chicken burger now - :) :D )
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            #6
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            HT believe that only by restablishing the khilafah the muslims will have security.They difference is that their method is based on first culturing the muslims by making them aware of political Islam and then seeking Nusrah or support from the srmy leaders in those muslim lands in order to overthrow the secular regimes and restablishing khilafah.Apparantly they tried and failed in egypt.

            the jihadi groups differ in their methodology as they prefer to take over the government using voilence, and HT have always been against voilence.This is why alot of jihadi groups laugh at them and dont take them seriously.

            I have known many people who have left HT because they are seen as "all talk"

            as for the punishment of the grave thing.That is just a rumour that was started by some Brailwis because HT spoke out against the brailwis for being to secular

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              #7
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              brelvis lol, their far worse in terms of belief


              Originally posted by SunniHammer View Post
              HT believe that only by restablishing the khilafah the muslims will have security.They difference is that their method is based on first culturing the muslims by making them aware of political Islam and then seeking Nusrah or support from the srmy leaders in those muslim lands in order to overthrow the secular regimes and restablishing khilafah.Apparantly they tried and failed in egypt.

              the jihadi groups differ in their methodology as they prefer to take over the government using voilence, and HT have always been against voilence.This is why alot of jihadi groups laugh at them and dont take them seriously.

              I have known many people who have left HT because they are seen as "all talk"

              as for the punishment of the grave thing.That is just a rumour that was started by some Brailwis because HT spoke out against the brailwis for being to secular

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                Originally posted by *IslamicGirl*
                Akhee Muwahid the best way would be to ask someone who actually follows the group on certain issues/queries you have.
                You cannot ask them, they are blinded by their partisan attitudes. It is better to ask someone who is impartial, and knows their methodology in detail. Personally, I was a student member of theirs for a few years.

                Originally posted by SunniHammer
                HT have always been against voilence.This is why alot of jihadi groups laugh at them and dont take them seriously.
                They believe that violence is not the method to establish Khilafah. But that does not mean they are against violence.

                Originally posted by SunniHammer
                as for the punishment of the grave thing.That is just a rumour that was started by some Brailwis because HT spoke out against the brailwis for being to secular.
                No this is not true. And HT have not spoken against Brelvi’s, if they had then why have they allowed Brelvi Imaam’s to preach on Islam Channel. Yes Islam Channel is full of members from HT.

                They believe that because of the weakness of Ahaad hadith, it is not part of Aqeedah. You can find many HT members who believe in the punishment of the grave, and many who don’t. But they all believe it is not part of Aqeedah.
                Last edited by Abu Ahlam; 05-07-07, 03:13 PM.

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                  #9
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                  To my knowledge, they are not a sect or anything like that. They are more of an 'organisation'.

                  The thing about what they say about punishment in the grave is just rumours.
                  "Ask the people of remembrance if you do not know" - Surah Anbiya, 7

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                    #10
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                    Originally posted by Honey87
                    The thing about what they say about punishment in the grave is just rumours.
                    As I have said earlier:

                    Originally posted by Abu Ahlam
                    They believe that because of the weakness of Ahaad hadith, it is not part of Aqeedah. You can find many HT members who believe in the punishment of the grave, and many who don’t. But they all believe it is not part of Aqeedah.
                    Please read the thread in a liner fashion, otherwise you will disrupt the follow of discussion.

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                      #11
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                      They follow an extreme deviation in Fiqhi issues, because instead of relying on classical opinions, they rather follow their own ijtihad. Even the opinions of their scholars are not inline with the classical ulema.

                      For example they believe it is permissible for Muslim women and Muslim men to shake hands. As stated in “The Social Systems of Islam.” This is contrary to the very many evidences that speak otherwise.

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                        #12
                        Each To Their Own...

                        I hear a lot of things like the punishment of the grave thing, that they don't believe you should have a beard but a goatee in order to differ but they could just be rumours!

                        I do know people that have left as they were taught from HT books through and through so they could 'debate' and felt that although they campaigned etc, that they neglected their ibadah but that is just the experience of some.

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                          #13
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                          re-establishing khalifah?...for a more united muslim ummah?..isnt that a good thing though?...(sorry ive never really got the hang of all these different sects!) ...maybe they don't go about it in the right way?...
                          'There lies a secret passage from the tongue to the heart
                          and when the tongue engages in dhikr and good deed,
                          the heart illuminates...'

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                            #14
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                            stay away from ht... very very very farrrrrrrrr away
                            And Allāh has set forth an example for those who believe, the wife of Fir'aun when she said: "My Lord! Build for me a home with You in Paradise, and save me from Fir'aun and his work, and save me from the people who are Zālimūn


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                              #15
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                              Originally posted by jus'me View Post
                              re-establishing khalifah?...for a more united muslim ummah?..isnt that a good thing though?...(sorry ive never really got the hang of all these different sects!) ...maybe they don't go about it in the right way?...
                              perhaps

                              many people consider them 'radical'

                              They are not really a sect
                              "Ask the people of remembrance if you do not know" - Surah Anbiya, 7

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