There are hundred of women gathered near Tunis on Saturday to call the Islamic system of governance which they believe that only caliphate returns guaranteeing their rights.
The party members came from Islamic countries countries including states, Turkey and Indonesia to participate in that event.
“This conference raises questions about the secular liberal way of life and asks whether it is a system that has succeed in securing the dignity and rights of women,” chief spokeswoman Nasrin Nawaaz of the British branch of the party told AFP.
“Muslim women are gathering together saying that we no longer want to live under secular liberal democratic systems,” she added.
“We want a new system, we want the khalifa system that historically has been tried and has succeeded in securing the rights of women.”
Nawaz said that countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran that promote themselves as Islamic states “in reality they implement nothing but the rules of dictatorship.”
Men were banned from the conference, which opened with a film castigating Western political systems and calling for “patient and determined work to re-establish the law of Islam.”