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Yemen Hizb ut-Tahrir call for Islamic State
Sat Aug 20, 2011 6:5AM GMT


Yousef Mawry, Press TV, Sana’a
Supporters of the revolution have taking to the streets in the third Friday of Ramadan, declaring support for the newly established National council.

Protesters from all across the country voiced their support for the new establishment which had announced it will push the peoples demand to the four front, by toppling the regime and prosecuting Ali Saleh and those who were involved in the 7 month crackdown.

While protesters take to the streets to topple the regime, Islamic group Hizb-Ut-Tahrir held a conference titled One Nation, One State and one Flag; calling all Yemeni’s to join in the grindstone of establishing an Islamic State, which they say will unite all Muslims under the authority of Islam.

The Islamic conference was one of many this year addressed to a crowed of diverse supporters who view the establishment of an Islamic State as a divine order from God and an obligation which every Muslim should strive wholeheartedly for.

As the group has announced, they hope to uproot all current regimes separating the Muslim lands, and replace them with an Islamic government which they say will put into operation the laws of Islam rather than that of man-made laws.

The group argues that the sudden uprisings which are taking place throughout the Muslim world are a result of tyranny and oppression which have come at the hand of western backed dictators including Yemen’s Saleh who seek to prevent the rise of an Islamic State.
Although detested by the Yemeni government, the party has conducted many conferences throughout the country attracting many supporters who seek to topple the current regime and replace it with an Islamic based government.

HIzb-Ut-Tahrir concludes today’s conference, by calling on tribal leaders, Military forces and Muslim Scholars to support what they call “the promise of ALLAH, referring to the establishment of an Islamic State, based on justice and equality.