Islamic Movement In Nigeria Wishes All Christian Friends Worldwide Merry Xmas

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has sent a Merry Christmas message and best wishes for the New Year to all its Christian Friends worldwide. The message was contained in a designer card sent in both soft and copies to Christians across the globe. The card has the message “Fellow Christian friends, we wish you well and share your joy this day, and we hope you accept our heartfelt warm wishes and prayers. Merry Christmas and a happy Prosperous New Year in advance!” The message further said, “With sincere appreciation for…

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I feel deeply honored to represent my Islamic brothers – A Christian Friend Of Islamic Movement In USA

ASKING FOR FREEDOM OF RELIGION AND SANCTITY OF LIFE FOR ORDINARY NIGERIANS This past Monday, 17th December 2018, I was in Washington DC – again. I was invited by the US Commission for International Religious Freedom. I was given the interesting responsibility of speaking on behalf of Shiites and Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. They could not get their Visa in time for the Consultation so I was pressed into Service in their place. I made a case and stood as an Advocate for our Islamic Brothers who…

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Femi Falana Urges Army To Stop Attack An Amnesty International

Human rights lawyer, Mr. Femi Falana (SAN), has asked the Nigerian Army to end “attack, harassment and intimidation of Amnesty International (AI) and focus instead on addressing the several allegations of serious human rights violations and abuses by the Army.” The Army had on Tuesday said it would make a case for the closure of Amnesty International offices in Nigeria, alleging the human rights group “is working hard to destabilise the country.” Falana, in a statement in Lagos yesterday, said: “The Nigerian military has also been indicted by the Economic…

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Eight Incontrovertible Facts The NY Times’ Video Evidence Showed The World

Eight incontrovertible facts were exposed by the 8 minutes video investigation and evidence produced by the New York Times on the Nigerian army’s killing of peaceful Shiite protesters in the outskirts of Abuja, the national capital, at the end of October. Let us examine them: 1. The Shiites were on a religious march that is done at such time of the year in all the Shiite communities worldwide. New York Times indeed acknowledged this much. It was a religious march that didn’t have to be attacked. 2. The procession did…

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Islamic Movement Makes A Case At US Commission On International Religious Freedom

Yesterday, Monday 17th December 2018, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria made its case for religious freedom during a panel discussion between religious and civil society leaders on opportunities and challenges for Religious Freedom in Nigeria hosted by the United States Commission on International Freedom (USCIRF) in Washington D.C. A report on the 3 years of brutal persecution of the members of the Islamic Movement by the Nigerian government, prepared by the Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee, was presented at the discussion panel. The US Commission on International Religious Freedom is an independent,…

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76 Apathetic Boos For President Buhari

He celebrates 76 years, we are mourning 3 years of brutal suppression and contemptuous detention. @MBuhari celebrates 76 years, but unjustifiably & brutally terminated the lives of over a 1000 innocent citizens. The pains & anguish @MBuhari has put us through… We boo Buhari because: 1. He has shown us that the rule of law is a myth. 2. He has redefined corruption and gave it a new perspective and narrative 3. He has repeatedly shown us that equality before the law is non existent 4. He promised Public declaration…

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Nigeria Says Soldiers Who Killed Marchers Were Provoked, Video Shows Otherwise – New York Times Report

ABUJA, Nigeria — The message sent on Twitter was clear: When Nigerian soldiers opened fire on rock-throwing protesters in late October, Nigerian officials swiftly defended them, saying their forces had simply done what President Trump told American soldiers to do in the same situation. https://nyti.ms/2GwdKAW The Nigerian military justified its actions by including a video clip of Mr. Trump’s remarks about migrants heading toward the American border, in which he warned: “They want to throw rocks at our military, our military fights back.” Nigeria’s defense came after its soldiers had…

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Visual Investigation: How Elite Nigerian Soldiers Turned A Religious March Into A Massacre

Nigeria Says Soldiers Who Killed Marchers Were Provoked. However, investigations using video evidence shows otherwise. Watch the video here: https://vp.nyt.com/video/2018/11/03/78565_1_25-abuja_wg_720p.mp4 By New York Times

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Genocide Memorial: How Gov El-Rufai Went On Supervisory Visit To Soldiers Who Carried Out The Heinous Crimes Moments Before

Watch the video evidence of the moment on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at dusk when the Kaduna state Governor Nasiru Ahmed El-Rufai came to the Islamic centre of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Hussainiyyah Baqiyatullah on a supervisory visit to the soldiers moments after they laid siege on hundreds trapped within and only a few hours before they brutally invaded the complex killing at least 300 people inside. The video was taped by the brave (now martyred) members who were trapped inside and transmitted to those outside before their ultimate…

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“Their Main And Only Strategy Against Us Is To Plant Their Men To Do Terrorist Acts So They Could Attribute It To Us” – Sheikh Zakzaky

The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, had said that Nigerian Security forces had long desired how they would plant their men within the Movement to carry arms or do some terrorist act so that it could be attributed to the Movement. That has been their main and only strategy and they have never varied it. The Sheikh narrated measures taken to avert such plot in one such previous occasion, when he instructed that no member of the Islamic Movement should appear at a location where…

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