Police Kill IMN Member As They Protest Govt Negligence On Health Of Detained Leader In Kad

At least one member of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has been shot dead by police when they attacked a peaceful protest by members calling for the need for serious medical attention by the detained leader of the Movement Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. Members of the Movement of were on a peaceful protest along Kano road by Ahmadu Bello Way when police clamped down on them without any warning shooting with life bullets and firing teargas randomly. Police were seen by members of the public aiming and shooting at unarmed protesters…

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Police Open Fire On Peaceful Free Zakzaky Protesters In Kaduna, Zaria

Police in Kaduna State this evening opened fire on peaceful protesters calling for freedom of Sheikh Zakzaky whose health situation worsened in illegal detention in the last few days. Members and sympathizers have taken to the streets in several towns and cities to demand for the release of the ailing Sheikh since the news filtered out that the Sheikh’s health situation has nosedived for the worst. In a procession that thousands came out to fill the popular Ahmadu Bello Way in Kaduna to demand for the immediate release of the…

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An Urgent Call To Action Over Sheikh Zakzaky’s Health Situation

A call has been issued globally for action alert on Sheikh Zakzaky’s deteriorating health situation while in illegal detention. Campaign for Zakzaky’s immediate release for medical treatment. The Sheikh has suffered a suspected stroke, Background Sheikh Ibrahim el-Zakzaky, his wife Mallima Zeenah Ibrahim and hundred of members of the Islamic Movement have been illegally detained in Nigeria for more than two years since the Zaria massacres in December 2015 (details of this can be found on IHRC’s submission to the ICC here). Both the Sheikh and his wife are still…

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Free Zakzaky Protests Break Out In Major Cities To Call Attention To Deteriorating Conditions Of The Sheikh

Free Zakzaky processions were carried out in major towns of Northern Nigeria to press for the freedom of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky because of the news of his deteriorating state of health. Protests had taken place in Kaduna, Kano and Bauchi among several other places this evening. In Kaduna, hundreds of members of the Movement and sympathizers came out on at least three occasions to demonstrate in demand for immediate freedom for the Sheikh to enable him go to seek urgent treatment. The Sheikh who was severally shot before he was…

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Emir Sanusi’s Diatribe Against Shi’ah and The Islamic Movement

In the wake of the Zaria massacre of December, 20115 so many people had brought out their age-long animosity towards the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzkay and the Movement. One of such rants emanated from  no other than the Emir of Kano, Muhammadu Sanusi II (Popularly called SLS). The flamboyant Emir, who was initially mislabeled a Shiite, by his opponents  at the initial stages of his tumultuous reign, was overhead declaring that this country was a Sunni one from inception and must not tolerate any…

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President Buhari’s Kaduna Visit: Harbinger of Doom For The Islamic Movement?

President Muhammadu Buhari’s visit to Kaduna State has always portended some form of doom for the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. From the inception of his regime in May 2015 to date, the President has officially visited Kaduna on three occasions. In all his visits, he leaves a trail of blood and anguish for the members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. Buhari’s first official visit was on 12th December 2015. The day his government chose for the genocide against the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. His visit was primarily to supervise…

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Timeline of a massacre: A review of the Zaria attacks 2014 – 2016

Undoubtedly the Zaria massacre of December 2015 was a premeditated, well planned and meticulously executed plot to eliminate Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and to exterminate the Islamic Movement completely. We reflect on the timelines between 2014 and 2016. What a timeline of a massacre: July 25 2014 The Military attacked a peaceful Quds procession, killing a total of 34 people. The dead included three sons of Mallam Ibrahim Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic movement in Nigeria. July 26 2014 Military arrived Hussainiyyah and opened fire, killing a further 3 people and…

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Sheikh Zakzaky Speaks Against Rampant Extra-Judicial Killing of Citizens With Impunity By Government [Video]

Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, had spoken against the way and manner in which government and its so-called security agencies, simply kill without following due process of the law, describing such impunity as outright murder! Murder, he said, is a great sin. “It doesn’t matter if you are the President, Governor, Commander of the Army or police.” This unfortunately has become so rampant that even the Sheikh himself, was the victim of such official rascality, with six of his sons murdered in cold blood…

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“Nigerian soldiers violated women, Girls then Killed them” – Witnesses, Survivors of Zaria Massacre 2015 relate their experiences [Video]

The level of bestiality exhibited by Nigerian Army during the Zaria 2015 genocide is only now being fully appreciated. Witnesses and victims have narrated horrific experiences. In one such narration at a press conference addressed by the Sisters’ Forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria in Kaduna early in 2016, they disclosed that some of their members were violated, then shot! A few of those who survived this savagery of the Nigerian army are available to testify. Watch the video of the press conference:

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Islamic Movement Shares Its 12 New Year Resolutions With The Public [Video]

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has shared its 12 New Year Resolutions for the year 2018, with members of the public. The resolutions were issued in video format by the Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee, detailing the clear stance of the Movement for the New year, the unshakable resolve as well as a tenacity that is unwavering in the struggle for freedom and justice. Watch the resolutions here:

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