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Hizb ut-Tahir
"Party of Liberation"

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All others we monitor."

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Leadership
  • Abdul Wahid (UK)
  • Ata Khalil Abu-Rashta (Worldwide)
  • Iyad Hilal (USA)
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Attacks
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Base of Operations
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Beliefs
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Cells
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Communications
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Financing
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Goals
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History
  • One of these groups is the radical political party Hizb ut-Tahrir ("the Party of Liberation") also known as Hizb-ut-Tahrir al-Islami ("the Islamic Party of Liberation"), which reportedly has secret cells of members in 40 countries. Although outlawed in Russia, Germany and many other nations, it remains a legal political party in the United Kingdom. The Sheikh has said he resigned from this party on January 16, 1996 over a theological issue.
  • The movement al-Hay'at al-Tahrir al-Islami ("the Islamic Society of Liberation") was founded in Jordanian-controlled East Jerusalem in 1951 by Sheikh Taqi-ud-deen Al-Nabahani. He was a judge on Jerusalem's Islamic appellate court and reportedly "an associate and contemporary" of the anti-Semitic, pro-Nazi Grand Mufti of Jerusalem Sheikh Haji Amin Al-Housseini, who spent much of World War II in Berlin.
  • The political party Hizb-ut-Tahrir al-Islami emerged from this society in 1952-1953 and was led by Al-Nabahani until his death in 1977. His place was taken by Palestinian cleric Sheikh Abd-el Qadim Zalloum, a former professor at Al-Azhar in Cairo, who led until his death on April 29, 2003, publicly naming no successor as head of Hizb.

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Taqiuddin Al Nabhani, founder of Hizb ut-Tahrir

 

Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Born in 1909 in Haifa
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Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Memorizes the Qur'an at Age of Twelve 1921
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Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Attends College at Prestigious al-Azhar University in Cairo 1928-1932
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Nabhani Continues Studies at Dar al-Ulum University
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Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Returns to Palestine, Becomes a School Teacher, 1932-1938
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Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Works in Court Systems, Eventually Becoming a Shar'ia Judge, 1938-1948
  • He served as a judge in various courts in Lebanon and Palestine
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Nabhani Taught at Islamic University in Amman, Jordan
  • and also taught at the Islamic University in Amman, Jordan.
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State of Israeli Created by United Nations, 1948
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Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Flees Israeli Troops, Heads to Syria, 1948-1951
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Nabhani Publishes "The Treatise of the Arab"
1950
  • In 1950 al-Nabhani published The Treatise of the Arab explaining his vision of “establishing the Islamic state in Arab territories and afterwards in non-Arab Islamic territories.” To achieve this goal, he established Hizb ut-Tahrir.
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Sheikh Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Founds Hizb-ut Tahrir in 1953
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Sheikh Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Leads Failed Coup in Jordan 1964
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Second Failed Coup in Jordan, 1968
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Hizb-ut Tahrir Failed Coup in Syria 1969
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Sheikh Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Imprisoned and Tortured in Iraq, Soon Released 1973
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Sheikh Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Failed Coup in Egypt 1974
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Sheikh Taqiuddin al-Nabhani Dies in Beirut December 20, 1977
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Abd al-Qadim Zallum Takes Leadership, Following Death of al-Nabhani, 1977
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Omar Bakri Founds UK Branch of Hizb-ut Tahrir, 1986
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Hizb-ut Tahrir Leader Abd al-Qadim Zallum Dies in Lebanon, April 13 or 26, 2003
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Leadership of Hizb-ut Tahrir Taken Up by Ata Khalil Abu-Rashta, After Death of Zallum, 2003
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British Leadership of Hizb-ut Tahrir by Dr. Abdul Wahid
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US Leadership of Hizb-ut Tahrir from Iyad Hilal, in Orange County, California
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