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Mohammad Taqi Eddin Nabhani

Personal Info

  • Country of residence: Palestine
  • Gender: Male
  • Born in: 1909
  • Age: 107
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Born in Izjim near Haifa in 1909; studied at Cairo’s Al-Azhar University and at Dar Al-’Ulum in Cairo; joined the Muslim Brotherhood while in Egypt; returned to Palestine and worked in administrative positions with the Islamic Court system in Haifa, Hebron, Jaffa and Jerusalem; became a religious scholar and was appointed as judge in Islamic courts throughout Palestine during the British Mandate; fled to Beirut during the 1948 War; returned soon after to Palestine and worked as Islamic court judge in Jerusalem and as teacher at the Islamic College in Amman; published a book entitled The Salvation of Palestine in 1950; broke with the Muslim Brotherhood, criticizing their close links with the Jordanian government as well as their “inauthentic” Islam; in 1951, established and headed the Islamic Liberation Party (Hizb At-Tahrir) in Jerusalem, which advocated a militant Pan-Islamic and anti-Western stance vis-à-vis the liberation of Palestine and called for the replacement of the Jordanian regime with an Islamic government, for which he was arrested; in 1952-1953, went to Syria and Lebanon to spread his movement; later also traveled to Iraq and Egypt; died in Beirut in 1977; his publications include The Ruling System in Islam (Arabic). 


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