Democracy in Crisis

Hizb Ut Tahrir United Kingdom

English Edition, 2016
Paperback, 58 Pages
14.7 x 21 cm 
MaktabaIslamia Imprints


This book issued by the UK branch of Hizb Ut Tahrir in 2010, is a short treatise on Democracy, its origins and its flaws and the alternatives to Democracy in the Muslim world.


This booklet seeks to discuss democracy as it is , its theoretical weaknesses and a critique of its core pillars. The book also use brief case studies of secular democracies in practice to explain the theoretical weaknesses highlighted earlier – the examples of US, UK and India and the example of Afghanistan.


The last part of the book discusses the Caliphate system, The Islamic ruling system. The Caliphate system is the natural , tried and trusted system in the Muslim world.



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Democracy started as an experiment over 2000 years ago, and has eventually now reached all the corners of the world. It is the established order in a chaotic and unstable world and it is seen as the solution to every political problem.

Noteworthy is what john adams, the second president of the USA said, “Remember democracy never lasts long. It soon wastes, exhausts, and murders itself. There never was a democracy yet that did not commit suicide.

His words were true at that time and more true today, specially in the west, the bastion of democracy.

This booklet seeks to discuss democracy as it is , its theoretical weaknesses and a critique of its core pillars. The book also use brief case studies of secular democracies in practice to explain the theoretical weaknesses highlighted earlier – the examples of US, UK and India and the example of Afghanistan.

The last part of the book discusses the Caliphate system, The Islamic ruling system. The Caliphate system is the natural , tried and trusted system in the Muslim world.

This book is a must read for Muslims and Non Muslims alike who want to understand Democracy in a deeper manner and the Islamic Khilafah system.

 

 

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