Sign Petition

Muslims Towards the Re-establishment of the Islamic Caliphate

7 Signatures Goal: 100

Muslims all over the world are suffering, and without one voice standing up to the oppression faced by our dear brothers and sisters, there is no resolution to the many conflicts, wars and calamities. Ummah Wahida is a movement to get Muslims to come together as One United People with One Voice.


This one voice can happen if we Muslims, all over the world, come together and call for the Islamic Caliphate to be re-established once again, and bring us all under one system, under Islam. With one voice, we can achieve amazing feats. We can reduce poverty, hunger and suffering amongst our Muslim brothers and sisters, and beyond that, throughout the entire world.

Yes, when the dolphins die, we made sure no more died. When the oil spilled, we got mad with the oil companies and made sure they cleaned up the mess, and never repeat such an act. When Muslims die and suffer, we sigh. Is that all we can do? Why can't we act as one body, as one people. With this petition to call for the oneness of our people, we can as 1.2 billion people come together and resolve issues that have deep roots.

This Petition is calling out all the Muslim countries and states in the world to recognise an Islamic Caliphate that serves all Muslims all over the world, regardless of dominations, sects or groups. As one, the next time we see or hear Muslims suffer in another part of the world, our Khalifa will know what to do.

With a Caliphate, we can take this world into the Golden Age, where peace will triumph over war and suffering. Together, we definitely can realise this.

Links

http://www.ummahwahida.com

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Signatures

  • 3 years ago
    Zeyad Mohamed United States
    3 years ago
  • 4 years ago
    'Terrorist' United Kingdom
    4 years ago
  • 4 years ago
    Aisa Maswarie Singapore
    4 years ago
  • 4 years ago
    Aaron Michael United States
    4 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    Abdul Khan Qurashi United States
    5 years ago
  • 5 years ago
    Mohammad Nizam Bin Abdul Kadir Singapore
    5 years ago