Hizb ut-Tahrir held press conferences in Beirut and London to present Islamic solution to global economic crisis

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In the wake of the G20 summit, Hizb ut-Tahrir, the world's largest Islamic political party, convened press conferences in Beirut and London to launch a new economics book, examining the failure of Capitalism to solve the global economic crisis and explaining Islam's solution.

A day after the London G20 summit, Hizb ut-Tahrir, the global Islamic political party, held two press conferences in Beirut and London to launch its new book "Towards a Tranquil Safe World under the Shade of the Economic System of Islam". The book examines the global economic crisis, explains its reality, critically examines its symptoms and exposes the flaws in the solutions proposed by the flagbearers of Capitalism. The book concludes by illustrating the correct solutions to the economic crisis from Islam.

In a statement, Hizb ut-Tahrir's Media Office, said, "Since 1999, G20 summits have taken place and formulated financial plans for the world - plans that brought crises and calamities to human beings and the world. They claim that through these summits they will save the world even thought it is inconceivable that the wolf would save its own prey! The leaders of the G20 met in London, the spiritual capital of Capitalism and its corporations, on Thursday. Instead of formulating a plan to rescue the world from the financial cirsis, they only devised solutions that aim to increase the wealth of the rich capitalists even if that further impoverishs the poor."

The press conferences featured speeches in Arabic and English outlining Hizb ut-Tahrir's solutions to the economic crisis and its response to the London G20 summit. There was an opportunity for open discussion and debate and both press conferences were broadcast live on the Internet.

For more information please contact Hizb ut-Tahrir on:

Beirut: +961(0)3927056

London: +44(0)7074192400

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