The Nigerian State And The Islamic Movement In Nigeria, By Jibrin Ibrahim

#TrackNigeria –For most States in the world, groups that organize regular demonstrations challenging policies and practices of government are often seen as irritants who should be prevented from such action. In situations where such States have not been fully civilized by democratic forces, the tendency is to use excessive force to stop the activities of such demonstrators and abuse their human and civil rights. That is clearly the relationship between the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) and our security agencies. For too long, a pattern of behaviour has been established…

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Free Zakzaky protest in Abuja as BBC Cover Event

Today’s Free Zakzaky protest in Abuja remained so peaceful due to the absence of policemen who usually open fire indiscriminately in order to smear the name of the Islamic Movement and also partly because of the presence of foreign media coverage. The protest was attended by hundreds of members of the Islamic Movement with the BBC World and APF in attendance.

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Buhari Murdered My Five Sons, 3 Of Them Graduates – Distraught Father

A father who lost five sons during the Zaria genocide of December 2015 has said he still has a case with the President, Muhammadu Buhari, the Commander-in-Chief of the Nigerian army, who was the ultimate Commander on the night they were extrajudicially murdered. “We shall meet with you President Buhari in front of God Almighty where true justice shall ensue,” he said. Three of the sons killed on the night were graduates. It could have been much worse for this distraught family, as he could have easily lost the sixth,…

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A Huge Free Zakzaky Protest Held In Kargil, India

A huge free Zakzaky procession took place today in Kargil, India as thousands took to the street to demand immediate release of the leader of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria.

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Indians Deliver Free Zakzaky Demand To Nigerian Envoy

Indians that came out an masse today to protest the continued illegal incarceration of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Zakzaky and the denial of access to medical attention by the Nigerian authorities, have delivered their demand to the Nigerian government through its envoy in New Delhi. The protest was held at the Nigerian embassy at EP.4 Chanakyapuri, New Delhi, Delhi 110021 and was attended by hundreds.

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Three Additional Deaths In Police Custody – Islamic Movt

Reports reaching the Islamic Movement in Nigeria have confirmed the death in custody of 3 more detainees, who were shot during Free Zakzaky protest in Abuja earlier this week. The two were among those held in SARS custody at their headquarters, Abuja since Monday 22/07/19 without access to medical care. This brings to five the number detainees who died in custody since the mass arrest after the free Zakzaky protest. There appears to be fear that more could die in custody because there are not fewer than 15 others in…

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Free Zakzaky Protest Planned For Johannesburg

A Free Zakzaky protest has been called today for 12:00pm local time in Johannesburg, South Africa, to hold at the Nigerian Consulate, Illovo – 16 Rivona Road.

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Kashmiris Defy Heavy Downpour For Free Zakzaky Protest

The heavy rainfall that went on for hours was not enough to stop activists in the Nasl-e-Inqilab Kashmir division Magam from carrying out a peaceful Free Zakzaky protest yesterday, 25th of July 2019. The protest was to demand the immediate release of the leading Nigerian Muslim Cleric and head of Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky. The procession started from the Government Boys Higher Secondary School to Magam Bus stand. Protesters carried the placards bearin famous quotes of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. A protester, Irfan Hussain, explained, “We are protesting…

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