In February 2012, the Goldsmiths’ Islamic Society held a panel debate entitled ‘Is There Rational Proof for Belief in a Creator?’  One of the Muslim speakers invited was Hassan Choudray, a Hizb ut-Tahrir ‘sympathiser’.
- Abdur Raheem Green, a British presenter and lecturer, as well as chairman of the iERA. He has advocated domestic violence, saying that a husband has the right to “apply some type of physical force” against his wife. He has also argued, “Islam is not compatible with democracy”. He has expressed support for the killing of adulterers and homosexuals. Green has also written posts in support of convicted terrorist Ali Tamimi. 
- Hamza Tzortzis, a lecturer and reportedly a former member of Hizb ut-Tahrir. He has said that “we as Muslims reject the idea of freedom of speech, and even the idea of freedom”, and that Muslims should strive to re-establish the Islamic caliphate, where “this idea of freedom was redundant, it was unnecessary”. Tzortzis wants to criminalise homosexuality, which he has likened to paedophilia and cannibalism.