Despite Pakistan’s Immense Economic Potential, Dependence on Imports is Staggering The trade deficit maintains its pace and posted an increase of nearly 36 per cent in October upon a year ago, the Pakistan Bureau of Statistics said on 13 November 2017. It is claimed that the surge in the import bill is driven by increase in imports of petroleum products, food products and capital goods … Continue reading Can the Islamic System make Pakistan a Self-Sufficient Economy?
After the Increase in Price: The Regime, the Ruling Parties and the Union Dupe the People! After the Finance Act came into force, prices unprecedentedly increased in Tunisia, and some honest experts estimated that these increases could affect a fifth of people’s income. The government, which did not only abandon its responsibility to the hard workers, leaving them vulnerable to the exploitation of the monopoly of … Continue reading Can the Islamic System Solve the Price Increase in Tunisia?
A telemedicine project was inaugurated at New Karachi Hospital on 28th November. The pediatric emergency room telemedicine site is supported by Child Life Foundation. Speaking on the occasion, Health Secretary Dr Fazlullah Pechuho said that telemedicine was the way forward in health sector. “Telemedicine projects will not only help in improving rural healthcare, but also improve quality of care all over Sindh,” Pechuho said. Public-private … Continue reading Can the Islamic System Provide State-of-the-Art Healthcare as a Right of the People?
Under Democracy, government institutions are hotbeds of corruption in Pakistan. According to the 2017 Transparency International report, Pakistan is the 116th most corrupt country out of 176 countries. According to the 23 May 2017 report of Khabrian Newspaper, members of the national and provincial assemblies, ministers and advisors from Sindh, including more than 100 bureaucrats are facing corruption charges in Sindh High Court, National Accountability … Continue reading Democracy Can Never Eradicate Political Corruption in Pakistan
Administrative Divisions of the Caliphate The Caliphate is divided up administratively to aid the Caliph in the task of ruling. Administrative divisions exist in all states today differing only in size and name. The territories which the Islamic State rules over are divided into provinces where each province is known as a wiliyah. The provinces are in turn divided into districts where each district is known as an … Continue reading Accounting the governors within the Islamic System (Khilafah)
This sacred month holds a solemn place in the pages of Islamic history. The 10th of Muharram reminds the Muslim Ummah of the tragedy and the bloody massacre of Karbala. It is the plains of Karbala that were irrigated with the pure blood of the Ahl ul Bayt, the noble family of the Prophet صلى الله عليه وسلم Generations of Muslims have been disturbed by … Continue reading THE RELEVANCE OF THE TRAGEDY OF KARBALA TODAY
US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson alleged on 16 August that religious freedom was under attack in Pakistan, where more than two dozen people were on death row or serving a life imprisonment for blasphemy. He said the Pakistan government had marginalised the Ahmadiya community and refused to recognise them as Muslim. “It is my hope that the new prime minister and his government will … Continue reading Islam Secures the Religious Rights of its Citizens in a Way that the West Never Has or Can
بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم February 2014 CE – Rabi uth Thaani 1434 AH Hizb ut-Tahrir / Wilayah Pakistan has issued a Publicized Policy Position (PPP) regarding the scourge of sectarianism and how the Khilafah will engender respect for difference of opinion and end factionalism. A. Preamble: Democracy causes division, factions and conflict, including sectarianism Democracy is a system of governance which allocates state’s resources and … Continue reading Policy for Ending the Scourge of Sectarianism
Bravery is one of the noblest characteristics for the Muslim to acquire, whether he is the advocate of the Khilafah, striving for the resumption of Islam as a way of life, or the sincere officer in the armed forces, granting the Nussrah (Material Support) to secure the return of the Khilafah on the Method of the Prophethood. It is the sign of strength and restoring … Continue reading How the Brave Shine During Adversity!
Nussrah and Hijrah Allah سبحانه و تعالى has bestowed the early Muslims with His honor, decreed rewards for them and made mention of their praise in the Noble Qur’an. He سبحانه و تعالى called two brotherly groups, who accomplished the mission of establishing the Islamic State, as the Muhajirin and Ansar. The Muhajirin are those who under took Hijrah for the sake of Allah’s Deen … Continue reading Nussrah: The Shara’i method to assume authority for the establishment of Khilafah