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    Bismillahi ar-Rahman ar-Raheem

    Assalamu Alaikum my dear sisters of this noble Ummah,

    I address you in the name of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala), and I urge you to listen carefully to what I have to relate. I address you as your sister and as a member of Hizb ut-Tahrir requesting you to take heed of the humble advice that I have to offer.

    Make no mistake, my dear sisters, that America is your greatest enemy and will not cease before it has extracted the very last drops of your blood by waging a vicious war against you in the name of combating terrorism. It has been reiterated throughout this conference about how the devious despotic rulers have no regrets and mercy in the barbaric styles of attempting to silence all those who rally around the truth in their crackdown against the sincere carriers of the Dawah by ransacking their homes, arresting them, imprisoning them, abusing their families, scoffing and laughing at them as they brutally torture and attempt to psychologically ruin them. Indeed my dear sisters we know that they do not even rest at that but have in numerous cases killed the sons and daughters of this Ummah.


    May Allah grant these brothers and sisters Jannah.

    Living amongst the comforts and luxuries here in Britain, such terrifying realities presented in the talks may seem far detached from the daily lives that we lead. I myself did not fully appreciate the pain suffered by the Dawah carriers until Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) chose to test me with what sincere Muslims have been experiencing since the very dawn of Islam. I would like to relate to you my experience, a live reality, where I was also exposed to the tyrannical State Security officers of a tyrannical regime in the Muslim world who tried to silence my husband, myself and many others who were working to revive Islam in the hearts of the people. I pray that you, as I did, learn from this experience and it is for this reason that I wish to share it with you.

    Islam touched my heart and enlightened my mind at the age of fifteen when I became convinced that Islam was not merely a religion, rather it was an ideology requiring of me to carry it to others and I joined Hizb ut-Tahrir in the struggle against all other ideologies and its objective of bringing the light of Islam back into the darkness of the world as we witness it today. It is because of these very thoughts that I carry that I found myself suffer at the hands of one of the most ruthless, arrogant, and dangerous regimes the Ummah has ever witnessed.

    Earlier this year the State Security officers barged into our home in the middle of the night. Twelve armed police guards entered our home at 2 am demanding that they wanted to search our house. Terrifying my husband, myself and our 1-year-old son they mercilessly took my companion in life and father of my child in front of our very eyes, not even giving him a chance to exchange salaams or to kiss his son goodbye. Armed with semi-automatic machine guns, grenades and various bombs they destroyed and uprooted our family leaving me and my son stranded in a land where I could not even speak the language. They ripped the phone line out of the wall leaving me in the middle of the night without a phone to make calls for help and lied to me about where they were taking my husband. Such are the deeds of the oppressors.

    Only recently have I come to know what became of my husband and the manner in which they treated him and the others that they also seized that night. They were taken to what they described as a torture dungeon, commonly known as the State Security headquarters. It was here that they met their fate, just like those Dawah carriers that came before them met their fate at the hands of the merciless torturers. Blindfolded and handcuffed for four days they were made to listen to the blood curdling screams of their brothers being tortured by being threatened, beaten senseless, threats being made to their families, they could hear the electricity rod crackling as they carried out electric shock punishment, and many other evil methods that our rulers and their regimes plot and scheme night and day. And this was continuous for four whole days while they waited their turn, all the while, blindfolded and handcuffed to be called into the torture dungeons to meet their torturers and the test that Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) had chosen to test them with.


    When my husband was brought before his torturer and the guard that brought him in asked the torturer? Shall I make him sit or stand? The torturers reply was lets wait and see what he does, is he quick to get tortured or not? As we speak my dear sisters our beloved brothers are systematically tortured and abused, enduring the wrath of these people who have no fear of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala).

    And what was my husbands crime you may ask, for him to arrested and tortured in such a way? This was none other than him upholding the truth and carrying the Islamic Dawah. This was enough for our despotic rulers to show their unrelenting hatred for my husband and those who joined him in working with Hizb ut-Tahrir. This was enough for the despots to go to the lengths of torturing them. This was enough for the oppressors to rip them away from their families and to imprison them and continue to imprison them forgetting their pain and anguish, leaving them to languish in these prisons, and throwing away the key.

    This is not an isolated incident my dear sisters, I personally know of the plight of two others who also have children, who faced the same ordeal and who are present in the audience today. And Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) is our witness that we know of the similar, if not more gruesome, plight of Dawah carriers around the world.

    You may wonder, has this affected our commitment and determination? Has it made us weaken in our conviction of carrying the Dawah, weakened our resolve, and has it scared us into silence? I can confidently say that instead of weakening us, it has strengthened us like no other experience in our life has strengthened us. I would like to quote from a letter I received from my husband in May 2002, in which he says: I will not allow sadness to creep into my heart for every time I read the Quran I am reminded of how only the foolish tread the path of Iman without being tested; I can assure you that my Iman is now stronger and I understand a lot more now then i ever did before.

    So you see sisters, sacrifice should be part and parcel of daily life - if it is not then where is our test and the opportunity to attain the rewards? How else is it that we enter the highest level of Jannah if we face no hardship?


    The beloved Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) described this life for a Muslim:

    Abu Hurairah reported that the Prophet (Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam) said,





    This life for the believer is like a prison and for the disbeliever like a paradise. [Musnad Ahmed, Sahih Muslim, Tirmidhi, Ibn Maja]


    Let us not deceive ourselves into thinking that we will live forever, rather let us work tirelessly to secure the honour of this Ummah and the re-establishment of the Khilafah as though we will die tomorrow. My dear sisters let us seek out the sacrifices we can make in terms of our time, our wealth, our families, our beloved husbands our children and indeed our very lives. Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) says in Surah Taubah:





    Allah has purchased of the believers their lives and property in return for the price of Paradise [TMQ At-Taubah: 111]


    We should not fear for a loss of these things as they are all temporary and have been given to us as an amanah, a trust, and Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) will take them from us when He (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) chooses. The fear that we have should not be for a loss of livelihood, or a loss of a loved one but rather the fear of displeasing Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) in neglecting our duties to him. By Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala), even if they were to take my son from me or my parents from me I would not give up this noble work, even if I had one last breath it will be for Islam and the praise of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala).


    Alhamdulillah. It is not these tyrannical rulers that cause our misery or sadness, rather it is the absence of Islam that brings the tears to my eyes, the absence of a system that will bring justice and unlock the rusty doors of the prison cells that my husband and all the other Dawah carriers inhabit. A system that will liberate all those who live in fear and oppression.


    These despotic rulers are sadly mistaken if they think that for one minute they will be able to demotivate and dishearten us. Let them know that this Ummah will not be prevented from speaking the truth even if it means that we have to give up our lives.

    O you cowards and criminals! O you cursed Karimov, Mubarak, Arafat, and the likes of you tyrannical rulers. Do not be deceived into thinking that you can silence the truth that we the Dawah carriers proclaim. Your imprisonment, torture and murder of the Dawah carriers will not prevent us from carrying the Dawah and winning the hearts of the people in the lands that you claim to be your kingdoms and republics.


    The bravery and courage of this Ummah is unmatched and you will come to know what will be your destiny when this Ummah establishes the Khilafah and rules by the supreme law of Islam. Know that we will never kneel before you, for our loyalty is only to Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala).


    Never have I for one moment regretted working with Hizb ut-Tahrir; never have I regretted the thoughts that we carry in order to change society and never have I wished that my husband had not been arrested. I am honoured that my husband has been chosen to endure such a test and to be amongst those who Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) has blessed with this great opportunity to reap reward. I am honoured to engage in the work of the Sahabah and Sahabiyat and indeed the previous Prophets, which is that of sacrificing to make the authority of Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) the Highest.

    Dear sisters we should be amongst those who run to the front line in this duty, We should be amongst those who send their husbands, sons, and daughters in the path of working to re-establish the Khilafah, We must strive our best to be akin to the likes of Umm Ummarah, Sumayyah and Asma bint Abu Bakr (ra), who risked their lives for the establishment of Allahs (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) Deen.


    The future of Islam is our responsibility and we are in a fortunate position as it is easy for us to carry leaflets, attend circles and indeed this very conference here today and not be arrested, tortured and killed because of it as our dear brother Farhad Usmanov was. Our test is present in the ease that we have living in this society and the complacency that we may have due to this. Let us realise this opportunity, and avail every second that we have to fulfil our duty and spread the message of the Khilafah.

    Our brothers and sisters who dwell in the prisons of this world are waiting for you and me to increase in our work so that they may be liberated from the oppression they face at the hands of the current rulers. These tyrants will not destroy our vision of the return of the Khilafah that has been promised to us by Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala), and be sure that Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) will never break His promise. Soon we will see the current humiliation of our Ummah turn to a humiliation of our current rulers, and soon we will see their power and authority transfer to those who deserve it, the Ummah of the Haq. Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) is sure to restore the power, authority, dignity, and honour once again to this noble Ummah and this Deen of Islam.


    Allah (Subhanahu Wa Taaala) says in Surah Nur:





    Allah has promised, to those among you who believe and work righteous deeds, that He will, of a surety, grant them in the land, inheritance (of power), as He granted it to those before them; that He will establish in authority their religion, the one which He has chosen for them; and that He will change (their state), after the fear in which they (lived), to one of security and peace: `They will worship Me (alone) and not associate aught with Me.' If any do reject Faith after this, they are rebellious and wicked [TMQ An-Nur: 55]


    Alhamdullilahi Rabbil 'Alameen

    Umm Ammaar

    #2
    The Hizb needs to learn to copy-paste correctly...

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      #3
      Originally posted by Spock:
      The Hizb needs to learn to copy-paste correctly...
      And they are also coming very very close to getting even the laid back british ticked off. The only country that is letting them run amuck is likely going to throw them out soon!

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        #4
        Originally posted by OldLahori:


        And they are also coming very very close to getting even the laid back british ticked off. The only country that is letting them run amuck is likely going to throw them out soon!

        Well its sad to see muslim acting like they dont care about whats happing to muslims all over the world.

        What do you guyz want muslims to do.... set at home,watch TV and be content with the situation???

        and not open our mouths because we will get kicked out of the country???

        and to keep the Western and so called muslims govtertment happy????

        Is that what u guyz really want???


        somehow i dont think any muslim can justify boycotting their muslims brothers n sisters!!!

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