Zudhi Jasser is a Muslim American Navy officer that identifies as a reformer. In March of 2021 Jasser said in an interview the following:
The cancer is that Islam is still a theocracy when you look at its legel system… Saudi. Pakistan, Iran these are deep seeded mid-evil theocracies that treat women as 4th class citizens. Have forms of slavery, killl gays, are anti Semitic. All this is part of the Islamic theology. It is not the Islam that I learned growing up in Wisconsin…
You are never going to do away with the concept of supremacy of radical Islamic groups. Be It ISIS, Al-Qaida, Hamas, Muslim Brotherhood. These are all symptoms of the same cancer which is political Islam, and the Islamic state concept….
Dr. Jasser believes Islam should not dictate the operations of governmental, political state affairs. The following are the views of leading Islamic influential world authorities on the issue of political Islam
Mustafa Farooq CEO of NCCM posted on his FB page:
How are we going to recreate Cordoba [Islamic state] in Edmonton, Toronto, Montreal? …One in which we [Muslims] erase these artificial nation states identities. And work towards establishing the sharia.
Shaikh Abdool Hamid who has a B.A. in Islamic studies from the university of Madinah assures Canadians in a lecture given at the Toronto Mosque:
Our goal as Muslims should be to transform – Not be satisfied with the situation as we find it and we try to fit in somehow. That may be necessary initially. I don’t mean we want to take over for the sake of taking over. Islam does not want to enslave the people but to improve their lives. That is why Islam came. To improve the lives of people changes will have to be made. So it may seem from one perspective that Islam took over, so to speak.
Hizb ut – Tahrir was founded in 1953. Hizb ut-Tahrir has spread to more than 50 countries. Of the Western Countries they are well established in Canada, England, and Australia.
Brothers and sisters welcome to our online conference the return of the Islamic world order. Jaleel’s role today will be to set the background and the context of what’s happening.
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Democracy is a man-made system, meaning rule by the people for the people. Thus it is contrary to Islam, because rule is for Allaah, the Most High, the Almighty, and it is not permissible to give legislative rights to any human being, no matter who he is.
Is it permissible to vote in elections and nominate people for them? Please note that our country is ruled according to something other than that which Allaah revealed?
It is not permissible for a Muslim to nominate himself in the hope that he can become part of a system which rules according to something other than that which Allaah has revealed and operates according to something other than the sharee’ah of Islam. It is not permissible for a Muslim to vote for him or for anyone else who will work in that government, unless the one who nominates himself or those who vote for him hope that by getting involved in that they will be able to change the system to one that operates according to the sharee’ah of Islam, and they are using this as a means to overcome the system of government, provided that the one who nominates himself will not accept any position after being elected except one that does not go against Islamic sharee’ah.