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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….

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The long road to Khilafah – Q-News, 1994.

(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…

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Seminars represent ‘A well-articulated philosophy of State, politics and revolution’ – Ahmad Mohammad Kani

Article by Ahmad Mohammad Kani, a Sudanese academic at Ahmedu Bello University, Nigeria, responding to the suspension of the Muslim Institute World Seminars in 1987. Published in Crescent International, March 16-31, 1987. Reprinted in Issues in the Islamic movement, vol. 7, 1987 (1405-06), pp. 174-175. It is significant that although Dr Kalim Siddiqui seems to…

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