Islamic Movement Visits Bishop Matthew Kukah At Xmas

In continuation of the furtherance of interfaith harmony through the annual visitation of churches and key Christian leaders at Christmas, members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria paid a visit to His Eminence Bishop Matthew Hassan Kukah, the Bishop of the Catholic Diocese of Sokoto, Nigeria. The reception was very warm by the Bishop and discussions very cordial. Advertisements

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Christmas Message To Christians From The Islamic Movement In Nigeria

This is the full text of the Christmas Goodwill Message Delivered by Members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria on 25 December, 2018 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, 2018 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…

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Christmas: Rapturous Applause As Islamic Movement Members Sing Jesus Songs In Kaduna Church

There was a rapturous applause at the ECWA GOODNEWS (PASTURE GARDEN), Karji, Kaduna as members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria joined Christian faithful to felicitate with Christian friends and neighbours, and in the process sang songs eulogizing Jesus. The congregation was sent to ecstasy as they heard the Muslims talk of the return of Jesus. Earlier, the team lead of the Muslim visitors to the church, Shuaibu Musa, had explained the reasons for their presence on Christmas day. “We are here to merry with you on the birth of…

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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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Muslims Across Northern Nigeria Dominate Kaduna Church for Christmas Celebration to Foster Peace and Unity

Over 300 Muslims scholars and various youth organization, peace Activists from Katsina, Kano, Zamfara, Sokoto ,and kaduna states assemble them serves this Afternoon, in other to join Christians world-wide in the celebration of Christmas festivity with their neighbours ,which is aimed at promoting peaceful co-existence and religious Tolerance for better understanding among Nigerian. The number of Muslims that attained the Christmas service triple the number of Christians in the church,and this is to boost interfaith activities,and religious tolerance. Pastor yohanna Buru the general overseer of Christ evangelical and life intercessory…

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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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Members of Islamic Movement in Nigeria Send Churches Ecstatic With Jesus Song on Christmas Day [Video]

Hundreds of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria who joined Christians in some churches today 25th December, 2017 for Christmas celebrations sent worshippers ecstatic as they sang songs in praise of Jesus, extolling his qualities. The churches visited were ECWA Gospel, Marafa Kaduna and the Christ Evangelical and Life Intercessory Ministry, Sabon Tasha, Kaduna. The song was about the mission of Jesus, his qualities and his expected return to team up with the Muslim Awaited Mahdi for a Divine mission of filling the earth with justice as it is…

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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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