Shi’ites, Christians chart sustained peace in Kaduna

Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) and the Christian Community in Kaduna State yesterday vowed to ensure that the principle of peaceful coexistence is established. The two groups agreed on this after the IMN members visited some churches to join them in the Christmas celebration. The Shi’ites who were at the ECWA Church Marafa Estate, said Islam is a religion of peace and living in peace with one’s neighbours is one of the directives of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH). The leader of the team, Dr. Shuaibu Musa said,…

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Members of the Islamic Movement Visit Archbishop Emeritus Peter Jatau on Christmas

Delegates from the Islamic Movement in Nigeria today 26th December, 2017 paid a courtesy call on Archbishop Emeritus Peter Jatau in his Kaduna home to wish him a Merry Christmas. Welcoming the visitors, Archbishop Peter Jatau said he felt compelled to come down to receive them, even though he was not feeling quite well, because he has always held members of the Islamic Movement in high esteem because of their peaceful disposition and exceptional interfaith relationships. Archbishop Jatau lamented the way the society is very corrupt and devoid of justice.…

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Christmas: Shiites Visit Churches, Advocate Peaceful Coexistence

Members of the Islamic Movement In Nigeria (IMN) also known as Shiites group yesterday visited some Churches in Kaduna as part of Christmas celebration and advocated for peaceful coexistence among all and sundry in the country. The Shiites group who were at the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) Marafa Estates, said Islam is a religion of peace and living in peace with one’s neighbours is one of the directives of the Prophet Mohammed (PBUH) The leader of the team Dr Shuaibu Musa said, “We are here to merry with our…

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Islamic Movement sends Christmas message to Christians across Nigeria

This is the full text of the Christmas Goodwill Message Delivered By Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria on 25 December, 2017 read at different Churches across Nigeria. The leaders and worshipers of this and all other Churches, I greet you in the ways and manners that Prophets (AS) greet; Shalom. Salam, Peace unto you. Today 25th December, 2017 we are here, as we usually do over the years in various places, to felicitate with you on the auspicious occasion of the birth of Jesus (AS), whom we also so…

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President Buhari’s Christmas and New Year Wishes, Gifts to All Nigerians

[VIDEO] President Muhammadu Buhari is a very practical man, who says little but shows much! Again this year at Christmas and New Year, his wishes and gifts are better felt by Nigerians than all the sweet talks he will later murmur on TV. Just watch this:

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Islamic Movement Wishes You A Merry Christmas, Magical and Blissful New Year

From all of us here at the Islamic Movement, with sincere appreciation for your kind thoughts, friendship, support and goodwill, we would like to wish you and your loved ones happy holidays by sending you the Greetings of the Season and Wish you a Magical and Blissful Holiday! We hope that the New Year brings us all new opportunities and new possibilities. Warmest wishes, Merry Christmas! Islamic Movement in Nigeria

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Seventy-five Hearty Boos For President Buhari at 75

He celebrates 75 years, we are celebrating 735 days in unconstitutional, illegal and contemptuous detention. @MBuhari celebrates 75 years, but unjustifiably & brutally terminated the lives of 1000+ 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 of assets and…

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Sights and Sounds of the Second Year Commemoration of the Zaria Massacre in Abuja

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria, commemorated the second year since the horrendous attack in Zaria that resulted in the brutal massacre of over a thousand innocent people by the Nigerian army in a little over 36 hours. The commemoration held in Abuja between the 12th and 14th December, 2017 and involved peaceful #FreeZakzaky processions over the three days, letter writings to the National Assembly and the National Human Rights Commission, engagement with the media, activists and the general public. Other activities peacefully conducted include advocacy visits to Embassies of foreign…

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Violence Simply Not In Our Character

It has become expedient to make this clarification that the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has never employed the use of violence or the issuance of threats of violence in its entire four decades of existence to anyone, group or authority. This is not about to change. Some recent false flag calls issued reminiscent of previous calls used to attack us and disrupt our peaceful events seem to be again sounded recently. The security forces appear to be bent on carrying out series of attacks and subsequently attribute same to us…

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Islamic Movement to mark second year anniversary of Massacre in Abuja

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has completed arrangement to mark the second year anniversary of the Zaria massacre in Abuja between the 12th and 14th of December, 2017. The solemn anniversary is scheduled to coincide with the 12th to 14th of December, the days in which the massacre took place in Zaria in 2015. A lot of activities have been earmarked to take place during the period, including media engagements, Twitter storm and Free Zakzaky rallies. Other activities include advocacy visitations, open enlightenment campaigns and so on. Only last weekend,…

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