Talk:Taqi al-Din al-Nabhani

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This article reads like a hagiography rather than an encylopedia entry.

The loss of Palestine in 1948 together with the failure of a coup attempt by Abdullah al-Tall in Jordan to which al-Nabhani had been party convinced him that only a structured and deep intellectual work could bring the nation back to its glory and strength.'

-- Regarding this coup attempt:

ASHU, Mustafa (1930--1951), was a tailor's apprentice who assassinated King Abdullah Ibn Hussein of Jordan (1882--1951) on July 20, 1951. Abdullah, along with his grandson Hussein, entered the al-Aqsa Mosque in the Jordanian-held Old City of Jerusalem when a shaykh(sheik) came forward to pay homage to the king, whose guards parted to let him pass. Just then Ashu pushed his way past the shaykhand fired a single shot, striking Abdullah in the head. The king was dead before he hit the floor. Abdullah's bodyguards returned fire recklessly. Not only was Ashu shot to death but more than twenty other worshippers were killed and another hundred wounded.

Ashu, a native of Jerusalem, was involved with a group of Palestinian activists from his neighbourhood. Along with the Old City, Abdullah had seized the West Bank of the Jordan River during Israel's war of independence in 1948--1949. Most of the Arab world had earmarked the West Bank for a Palestinian homeland, but Abdullah's goal was to expand Jordan to take in all of the former British mandate of Palestine. When he realized that he could not conquer Israel by force, Abdullah entered into secret negotiations with it. Details of these talks were leaked to radicals in Egypt and the former Palestine. When word reached members of Ashu's group, they decided to act.

Jordanian negotiations with Israel died with Abdullah. Police quickly rounded up the other conspirators. Ashu's neighbourhood qabaday(boss), Abid Ukah, along with a cattle breeder, a butcher and a café owner, were quickly tried, without a chance to give testimony, and executed. The group was described as "professional terrorists and assassins," but no record of any previous terrorist activity was produced. Abdullah al-Tall, formerly Jordan's military governor in Jerusalem, and the person who revealed the existence of the secret negotiations with Israel, fled to Cairo, where he made known his participation in the plot against Abdullah. Egypt refused to extradite him to Jordan.

Some have speculated that the authority behind Abdullah's assassination came from Egypt, but a lack of evidence, along with Egypt's refusal to co-operate with the investigation, brought the subject to an end. Abdullah was succeeded by his son Talal, but within a year Talal, due to mental instability, was forced to abdicate in favour of his own son, Hussein. The Book of Assassins: "A Biographical Dictionary from Ancient Times to the Present" by George Fetherling

So Nabhani took part in a failed coup attempt that ended with the murder of the king, and he was never punished? I believe that an earlier article mentioned that he spent time in jail. Here btw is a picture of Abdullah Tal (?) Kfar Etzion massacre --BirgerLangkjer 12:23, 25 October 2005 (UTC)

Is it really neccessary to have 'son of' repeated so many times in the opening sentence "His full name is Sheikh Muhammad Taqiuddin bin (son of) Ibrahim, bin (son of) Mustafah, bin (son of) Ismail, bin (son of) Yusuf al-Nabhani." of background section? Xanin 13:23, 8 February 2006 (UTC)

To whom it may concern, I have removed the second batch of graffiti from this entry in the past couple of weeks. The most recent batch was from IP address 135.196.109.101 which is registered to the London office of Christian Aid.

Transliteration[edit]

Since the letter nun belongs to the solar letters class, I think the Arabic name should be rendered Taqiuddin an-Nabhani.

While it is correct that nun is a solar letter, what is written in Arabic is still al-Nabhani. For the uninitiated, this makes it quite clear that we are dealing with the same article of speech. Those who are initiated and know how to pronounce al-Nabhani (and indeed know what solar and lunar letters are) hardly need to be reminded.
I think the Manual of Style requires the assimilation to be rendered in the romanized lemma.

The transliteration "Taqiuddin al-Nabhani" is inconsistent as the first name is not written "Taqiuldin", which is correct, letter-by-letter. It should be changed to "Taqiuddin an-Nabhani" as set out in the link above. In fact, maybe it should be "Taqi ud-Din an-Nabhani", except that "uddin" is conventionally fixed to the preceding name as one word. Bendž|Ť 21:03, 31 December 2007 (UTC)

Plagiarism by some idiot[edit]

http://www.hizb.org.uk/hizb/who-is-ht/prominent-members/sheikh-muhammad-taqiuddin-al-nabhani.html

I guess that's why the article cites no sources.

LDH 15:06, 22 August 2007 (UTC)


This article is badly written and hagiographic. It is composed by what wikipedia considers as "personal research", from a point of view quite close to the subject himself and Hizb-ut-Tahrir. This is a good example of how a wikipedia article should not be written.

Giordaano 07:38, 12 October 2007 (UTC)

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His beliefs[edit]

What was his beliefs?? His creed? His jurisprudence?? His influence on modern scholars? His biography... Alma mater??? Where is everything?? Syed Hassan Raza Shah (talk) 09:00, 25 May 2016 (UTC)

A proposed Infobox[edit]

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al-Shaykh
Abū Kamāl al-Dīn Muhammad Taqi al-Din bin Ibrāhim bin Mustafā bin Ismā'īl bin Yūsuf al-Nab'hāni
محمد تقي الدين بن إبراهيم بن مصطفى بن إسماعيل بن يوسف النبهاني
Taqiuddin Al Nabhani.jpg
al-Imām al-Shaykh Abū Kamāl al-Dīn Muhammad Taqi al-Din bin Ibrāhīm bin Mustafā bin Ismā'īl bin Yūsuf al-Nab'hāni
Founder and 1st Leader of Hizb ut-Tahrir
In office
1953 - December 11, 1977
Preceded by Position Established
Succeeded by Shaykh Abdul Qadeem Zallum
Qadi of Haifa
In office
1938-1948
Title al-Imam, al-Shaykh, al-Nabhani, Abu Kamal al-Din
Born Muhammad Taqi al-Din bin Ibrahim bin Mustafa bin Ismail bin Yusuf al-Nabhani
1914 [1] (Some sources quote it to be 1909)
Ijzim, Haifa, Ottoman Palestine
Died December 11, 1977 (aged 63)
Beirut, Lebanon[2]
Cause of death Cardiac arrest
Resting place al-Auza’i Cemetery
Nationality
Citizenship
Ethnicity Arab
Era Modern era
Region Middle East
Occupation
Religion Islam
Denomination Sunni Islam
Jurisprudence Shafi'i
Creed Ashari
Movement
Political Party
Main interest(s)
Notable idea(s)
Notable work(s)
  • Inqadh Filasteen [Saving Palestine] – 1950
  • Rislatu al-Arab [Message to the Arabs] – 1950
  • Nidham al-Islam [The System of Islam] – 1953
  • Nidham al-Hukm fi al-Islam [The Ruling System in Islam] – 1953
  • Nidham al-Iqtisadi fi al-Islam [The Economic System in Islam] – 1953
  • Nidham al-Ijtima’i fi al-Islam [The Social System in Islam] -1953
  • Takattul al-Hizbi [Party Structure] – 1953
  • Mahafeem Hizb ut-Tahrir [Concepts of Hizb ut-Tahrir] – 1953
  • Dawlah al-Islamiyyah [The Islamic State] – 1953
  • Shakhsiyyah al-Islamiyyah [The Islamic Personality (in three volumes)] – 1960
  • Muqadimat al-Dustor [Introduction to the Constitution] – 1963
  • Nida al-Haar ila al-Muslimeen [A Warm Call to the Muslims] – 1965
  • Mahafeem Siyasiyya li Hizb ut-Tahrir [Political Concepts of Hizb ut-Tahrir] – 1969
  • Afkar Siyasiyya [Political Thoughts] – 1972
  • Tafkir [Thinking] – 1973
  • Sura’t al-Badiha [Presence of Mind] – 1976
Alma mater
Teachers
Sufi order Qadiriyyah
Disciple of Imam Yusuf al-Nabhani
Arabic name
Personal
(Ism)
Muhammad
محمد
Patronymic
(Nasab)
ibn Ibrāhīm ibn Mustafā
بن إبراهيم بن مصطفى
Teknonymic
(Kunya)
Abu Kamāl al-Dīn
Arabic-script kunya
Epithet
(Laqab)
Taqī al-Dīn
تقي الدين
Toponymic
(Nisba)
al-Nabhānī
النبهاني
Birth name Taqī al-Dīn
Other names Other name/left empty/none

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