Sisters’ Forum Of The Islamic Movt Renew Call For Freedom For Sheikh Zakzaky

Members of the Sisters Forum of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) on Monday renewed their call on Federal Government to respect the court order by releasing the leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenatuddeen Ibraheem from detention detention. This was contained in a passionate address by one of the prominent members of the forum, Malama Jummai Korofi while addressing journalists in Kaduna to mark three years of the Zaria massacre during which over a thousand members of the Movement were brutally killed by the Army…

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Sheikh Zakzaky Challenges Nigerian Govt To A Contest On A Fair Level Playing Ground

The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has again thrown a huge challenge to the government and their security agencies to drop guns and come to a fair level playing ground of use of sanity and intellect. He said “our own weapons are sanity and the intellect while yours are madness and use of brute Force and the gun.” According to Sheikh Zakzaky, “let us come to the same playing ground of sanity and use of intellect, where “they write, we write, they talk we talk, and we allow…

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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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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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Death Toll Hits 50 In The Heinous Attacks By The Nigerian Army In Abuja

The death toll following the heinous attacks by the Nigerian Army over three days in Abuja has passed 50, with the death this afternoon of one of the victims who was fatally shot and was on admission at the University of Abuja Teaching Hospital, Gwagwalada. Imrana Abdullahi, was one of those murderous Buhari army shot and wounded, but survived the fatal shot only for a few days afterwards.

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We refute any mischief by the Nigeria Police to link us with terrorism – Islamic Movt

Islamic Movement in Nigeria has strongly refuted the allegations of terrorism leveled against it by the Nigerian Police Force, following spates of brutal attacks by the Nigerian Army on its members that resulted in the death of over 20 over three days. It said it was a quick response from the Nigerian authorities to confuse the public by calling the victims of state terrorism as the assailants. Read the full report: Sequel to the recent brutal clampdown on members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria by a joint security force…

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Martyrs Killed At Zuba By The Army Gloriously Laid To Rest

The six people killed by the Nigerian Army at Zuba while on a solemn religious procession of Arbaeen last Saturday have been buried this afternoon. Final burial rites were conducted, with the Head of the Martyrs Foundation of the Islamic Movement , Sheikh Abdulhamid Bello leading the funeral prayers. Those buried were; 1 – ABDULAZIZ MAIGANA 2 – SA’EDU KHALIL JIKAMSHI 3 – ABU DUJJANA IBRAHIM SULEJA 4 – UKASHA ISA MADALLA 5 – MILA’ILU KUDAN KADUNA 6 – RABI’U ABDULWAHAB MALUMFASHI.

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17 Confirmed Killed In The Military Show Of Shame In Abuja Yesterday

Seventeen members of the Islamic Movement were confirmed killed by the Nigerian military when they were attacked without provocation at point blank range as they embarked on the Annual Arbaeen mourning procession in Abuja, Monday the 29th of October, 2018. At least 40 others were known to have been injured, some very seriously, in this show of shame and cowardice by the Nigerian Army. These figures may rise as data on the affected are still being counted. Pictures and video clips showed unarmed members of the Islamic Movement comprising women,…

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The Military Went Away With Majority Of Their Victims

In a desperate attempt at hiding the exact number of victims of their savage actions today, the Nigerian army retrieved majority of those they shot dead and took them to an undisclosed location. The army brutally clamped down on unarmed men, women and children who were exercising their rights to practice the faith of their choice through the conduct of the Arbaeen symbolic trek, a key religious observance of the Shi’ah faith. As a result, the exact number of those killed or maimed remains unclear. “We have four corpses with…

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