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Hizb ut Tahrir protest through Edgware Road to Egyptian Embassy

Hizb ut Tahrir protest through the Edgware Road, which is the heart of the Arab community in London. The protest gathered a lot of attention from local residents. Marchers eventually came to a halt outside the Egyptian embassy. London, UK. 05/02/2011

Hizb ut Tahrir protest down Edgware Road to Egyptian Embassy – Gathering crowds from the resisdents. London, UK. 05/02/2011

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Hizb ut Tahrir protest through Edgware Road, London. Edgware Road is the heart of the Arab community in London. Gathering a lot of attraction from local residents, the march stopped at the Egyptian embassy where ‘stop the war’ campaigners where overshadowed by the chants and numbers.

They had at the front of their march men in orange jumpsuits with masks of the rulers in the Muslim World. A banner accompanying it read “Egypt / Tunisia – Time for Khilafah” and Arab Puppet rulers must go” followed by thousands of men, woman and children.

Hizb ut-Tahrir (the Liberation Party) is a global Islamic political organisation established in 1953
under the leadership of its founder – the honourable scholar, thinker, politician, and judge in the Court
of Appeals in Al-Quds (Jerusalem) – Taqiuddin an-Nabhani. The current leader of the organisation is
Ata ibn Khaleel Abu Rushta.

In the Muslim world, Hizb ut-Tahrir works at all levels of society to restore to the Muslims a means of
living an Islamic way of life under the shade of the Khilafah State (Caliphate) following an exclusively
political method.

In the West, Hizb ut-Tahrir works to cultivate a Muslim community that lives by Islam in thought and
deed, whereby adhering to the rules of Islam and preserving a strong Islamic identity. The party does
not work in the West to change the system of government, but works to project a positive image of
Islam to Western society and engages in dialogue with Western thinkers, policymakers and
academics