The material in this section includes writings by Dr Kalim Siddiqui; writings about Dr Kalim Siddiqui; videos; documents relating to the work of the Muslim Institute, the Muslim Parliament and other institutions; and relevant articles from sources such as Crescent International and Muslimedia. Much of the material is from Crescent, including Editorials, articles and others….
“This final paper by Dr Kalim Siddiqui outlines the task facing those who choose to work in the area of studying the Seerah from, as Imam Muhammad al-Asi has accurately summarised it, a ‘power perspective’…”
Commemorative booklet issued for the Muslim Institute and Muslim Parliament ‘Dr Kalim Siddiqui Memorial Conference’, November 1996.
“In fact the Revolution that Dr Kalim refers to… [is] a total transformation of society based not only on the establishment of Islamic institutions, or the implementation of Islamic injunctions, but on the… realization of Islamic values and principles at all levels of society.”
The history of Islam and Muslims has entered a new phase of rapid change… This short study attempts to identify and bring together the underlying ideas and processes that are at work.
Dr Kalim Siddiqui’s Foreword to his final book, Stages of Islamic Revolution, reflecting on his intentions for it and the circumstances in which it was written. This book was published just in time for his final conference, in South Africa in April 1996. He died while still in Pretoria, a few days after the end…
(Dr Kalim Siddiqui, Q-News, 23-30 September, 1994.) Now that the kerfuffle over the Khilafah Conference has died down, it is time to examine some of its implications. But first it must be acknowledged that the Hizb ul-Tahrir had done a great service by drawing attention to the key concept and position of khilafah in the…
The Muslim Parliament of Great Britain was inaugurated on 4 January, 1992. This video shows the inauguration and Dr Kalim Siddiqui’s inaugural address in full.
“We must also remember that … such nation-States as Egypt, Lebanon, Syria, Jordan, Iraq and Saudi Arabia are just as ‘lost’ to Islam as Palestine. Palestine cannot be reclaimed on its own; Palestine can only be reclaimed as part of the total reclamation of the entire heartland of Islam…”
Keynote speech by Dr Kalim Siddiqui at the Muslim Institute World Seminar on ‘The Future of the Haramain’.