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Hizb al-Tahrir has tens of thousands of members and many more sympathizers.
In Britain, (52) Hizb al-Tahrir's early activities in the 1990s struck many commentators as overtly homophobic, anti-Hindu, and anti-Semitic.
It added that Hizb al-Tahrir seeks to carry out its vision through intellectual and political struggle and excludes "material" acts in compliance with Prophet Muhammad's ways in state creation.
Western engagement with Myanmar has raised the country's profile and enabled groups such as the Muslim Brotherhood and Hizb al-Tahrir to link Western engagement with anti-Muslim violence.
(29) Gruen, 'The Violent Shift in Hizb al-Tahrir's Rhetoric,' 12f.
Considering the number of Muslim Brotherhood members that were laymen, the faction traced to the Muslim Brotherhood and Hizb al-Tahrir can be understood to symbolize the popularization of Islamic movements throughout the Muslim world in that period.
See Taji-Farouki, "Islamists and the Threat of Jihad: Hizb al-Tahrir and al-Muhajiroun on Israel and the Jews," Middle Eastern Studies (London: Frank Cass), Vol.
(20.) For more on Hizb al-Tahrir, see Amnon Cohen, Political Parties in the West, 209-229; and Suha Taji-Farouki, "Hizb Al-Tahrir," in John L.
Hizb al-Tahrir is essentially a nonviolent Islamist group.
As with other Salafist movements, Hizb al-Tahrir sees a return to fundamentals and "righteous ancestors" as the way to overcome the bitter present and build a prosperous future.
A 2001 leaflet issued by Hizb al-Tahrir America (HTA) states that it is a "direct pre-requisite to the work to establish the State of Khilafah ...