Buhari Obey the Law, Release Sheikh Zakzaky!

Today Wednesday 14th February, 2018 marks the 794 days since the murderous attempt on the life of our Leader, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his eventual illegal detention by Buhari administration leading to the loss of 1000+ civilian lives in Zaria alone. Varios forms of oppression and suppression has been visited on the Islamic Movement by this administration since then, that are unquantifiable and beyond description. The latest being that Sheikh Qaseem was shot by Buhari police while engaged in a peaceful free Zakzaky procession in Abuja and attained martyrdom in…

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How Saudi Channel Was Used To Psyche The Public For Zaria Genocide

A few weeks before the infamous Zaria pogrom, an influential Saudi Satellite Channel, Al-Wisal invited some foreign Wahabi zealots to feature in a program  entitled KHALAYAS SAFAWIYYEEN, with a popular lecturer from Ummul Kura University in Saudi Arabia, Dr. Muhammad Albarrak, invited to discuss what they term ‘the problem of the rapid spread of Shiah in Nigeria and berated its Nigerian Wahabi scholars for weakness for their inability to curtail the rising popularity of Shia and profile of Sheikh Zakzaky. It described Nigeria as being an “unparalleled dangerous place” with a…

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She Was Killed Along With Her Three Undergraduate Brothers, For Their Faith

She was called Fatima Waziri Gwantu, She was studying Computer Studies at Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria. She was aged just above twenty. She was brutally assassinated on 12th December, 2015 at Husseiniyya Baqiyatullah, Zaria along with her elder brother, Muhammad and both younger twins brothers, Hassan and Hussein by officers of the Nigerian Army, supervised by the then General Officer Commanding (GOC), 1st Division of Nigerian army, Maj. General Oyebade and a host of others having received orders from the Commander in Chief. All her brothers were also undergraduates of…

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Why Nigeria’s Buhari Is Denying Urgent Medical Care To Zakzaky

A panel of experts comprising of a journalist and International Human Rights activist take a closer look at the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and its leader and try to decipher why Nigeria’s President is defying court judgment and also denying urgent medical care for Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky.

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