More details, including the sessions scheduled and the official poster HERE, at Atlas Shrugs. Note the terminology being used: "change," "revolution," and "Democracy..?"
Information about Hizb ut-Tahrir HERE, at Discover the Networks. Brief excerpt:
...Former Hizb-ut-Tahrir member Ed Husain, who left the organization and denounced it in his 2007 book The Islamist, says: "The only difference between Islamists from Hizb ut-Tahrir and jihadists, is that the former are waiting for their state and caliph before they commence jihad, while the latter believes the time for jihad is now."...Additional information HERE, at Stop Radical Islam.
UPDATE from 1389 Blog: Rolling Meadows now apparently refuses to hold the conference in their facility.
The U.S. Caliphate Conference 2012 is seeking another venue.
Excerpt from "Unified Islam: Unlikely But Not Entirely Radical," which appeared in the Washington Post in 2006:
...[T]he caliphate is also esteemed by many ordinary Muslims [in addition to "radical Muslims," who frequently cite the caliphate as their ultimate goal]. For most, its revival is not an urgent concern. Public opinion polls show immediate issues such as the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and discrimination rank as more pressing. But Muslims regard themselves as members of the umma , or community of believers, that forms the heart of Islam. And as earthly head of that community, the caliph is cherished both as memory and ideal, interviews indicate....Is it any wonder, then, that so few "moderate Muslims" are coming forth to protest Al Qaeda and the like?