Archive for 'Tag Archives: 'Khilafah''
Hasnet Lais The Arab Spring, dubbed ‘a grotesque verbal distortion of the great Arab/Muslim awakening’ by The Independent’s Robert Fisk, has undergone a paradigm shift in the Egyptian context. The recent victory of the Muslim Brotherhood [...]
Abid Mustafa Today, the people of Pakistan face a myriad of challenges that threaten the country’s very existence. This includes American threats of unilateral action beyond the tribal area and its efforts to seize the country’s [...]
The Dutch plans against resistance: “Stop the Caliphate” The Dutch newspapers from the period 1850 – 1930 also made clear what plans the Dutch made in order to deal with the unrests in Indonesia and to [...]
The Dutch insight in the Indonesian resistance: “Khilafah is the cause” Over the period 1850 – 1930 most analysts in the Dutch newspapers were of the opinion that the problems of the Dutch in Indonesia all [...]
The Arab Spring has created, as any revolution would, a sense of urgency. An unprecedented series of events which came with speed and new opportunities on the political scene has largely debilitated our ability to be [...]
The following is the introduction and first part of a presentation by Dr. Hassan Ko Nakata entitled “Humanitarian Intervention from Sunnite Islamic Perspective”, delivered at Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan as part of the international conference “Asian Perspectives [...]