OPINION: The Case Of Zakzaky And Nigerian department Of State security

The House of Representatives was forced to adjourn plenary on Wednesday April 24, 2019 as some members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) broke into the premises of the National Assembly (NASS) forcing federal lawmakers to adjourn plenary. IMN members forced their way into the premises because the leader of the group, Sheikh El-Zakzaky, has been in the custody of the Department of State Security (DSS) since December 2015. That is four years in detention. What can possibly be the reason for this lengthy detention? Is this another case…

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Shi’ite Nightmare Won’t Go Away Easily

TWICE this week, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), aka Shiites, has protested the continued detention of their leader, Ibraheem El-Zakzaky, and his wife Zeenah. The two have been in detention since December 2015 when members of the sect clashed with troops in Zaria, Kaduna State. During the clash, one soldier was killed, allegedly by Shiite members, for which Sheikh El-Zakzaky and his wife are facing trial in a Kaduna High Court, while about 347 Shiite members were killed by troops, according to a Kaduna State government inquiry. IMN leaders…

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El-Zakzaky: We’re not at odds with Buhari govt – Shi’ites

Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) has said it is not at odds with either the federal government under President Muhammadu Buhari or any other constituted authority in Nigeria in spite of intense provocation by agents of the present administration. Members of the Muslim sect also referred to as Shi’ites, however, vowed to continue in their expression of dismay over the refusal of the government to obey multiple Court orders directing the release of their leader, Shiekh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenat, through every legitimate means at their disposal. Sheikh…

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Tens Of Thousands Throng Abuja To Mark Sheikh Zakzaky 68th Birthday With Renewed Demand For His Release

Tens of thousands of members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and their supporters and sympathizers today thronged Abuja to mark the 68th birthday of the leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, whose birthday was marked at the weekend, with a renewal of the unequivocal call for his immediate release. The ailing Sheikh and his wife remain unjustifiably in detention since December 2015 after the Nigerian Army attacked their residence killing more than a thousand people including three of his sons despite an Abuja Federal High court judgement…

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Featured Martyr Extraordinary: Fatima Waziri

Name: Fatima Waziri Gwantu Qualification: She was an undergraduate Student of A.B.U. Zaria studying Computer Science until her untimely brutal death in the hands of Nigerian Army. Age: 20+ Comment: She was assassinated on 13/12/2015 at Husseiniyya Baqiyatullah, Zaria along with her elder brother and two younger brothers (twins), all undergraduates of the same university. The army then secretly buried their bodies at night in mass grave at Mando Kaduna on the orders of President Muhammadu Buhari. She (and her martyred brothers) left behind her father, who is a Senior…

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Buhari govt, Army, Police, killing Its Citizens – US Govt

The United States has accused the Federal Government of Nigeria of murdering citizens. US said the current administration and its agents were committing arbitrary and unlawful killings. This was contained in a recent report entitled, “2018 Country Reports on Human Rights Practices” published on the Department of State website. It said: “The national police, army, and other security services used lethal and excessive force to disperse protesters and apprehend criminals and suspects and committed other extrajudicial killings. Authorities generally did not hold police, military, or other security force personnel accountable…

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Like Zaria Massacre, Like Christchurch Mosque Massacre, But Much Worse In The Former Case

New Zealand condemnable mosque shooting has been likened to the Zaria massacre in many respects and has been described as a sad reminder of Zaria massacre of December, 2015. Both are said to have been based on hate for a people simply based on their faith. However, the two massacres also differ in many respects. The Zaria Massacre of 2015 was unquestionably worse than the Christchurch Mosque Massacre of 2019. Firstly, the former was state-executed while the later was carried out by an individual. Secondly, the Zaria massacre led to…

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As Sheikh Zakzaky’s Illegal Imprisonment Hits 39 Months, Zionist-Aligned UAE Reveals Itself As One Of His Tormentors

It gets more and more excruciating to write about Sheikh Ibrahim Yaqoub al-Zakzaky month in and month out… Knowing that he, his wife Sayyeda Zeenat, and hundreds of other Islamic Movement of Nigeria political prisoners remain in the dungeons of the psychopathic, tyrannical, US-‘Israeli’-owned Abuja regime. We are now in month 39 of his unjust detention following the massacre of 1,000 Shi’a Muslims in Zaria on December 12th-14th, 2015. And it seems as time continues to pass by, and the torment of the Khomeini of Africa rages on, we uncover…

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Beware: All That Glitters Is Not Gold – Drawing Lessons From The Life Of The Son Of Hamas

In the Son of Hamas, a gripping account of terror, betrayal, Political and covert defection, there are great lessons for the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, and all that glitters is not gold. The story goes thus: Mosab Hassan Yousef was born on May 5, 1978 in Ramallah, a city 10 kilometers north of Jerusalem. He is a Palestinian who worked undercover for Israel’s internal security service Shin Bet from 1997 to 2007. His father, Sheikh Hassan Yousef, was a Hamas leader who spent many years in Israeli prisons. Yousef is…

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Beware Of “Contractors Of Infighting” Within – Sheikh Zakzaky

The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky had cautioned members of the Movement to beware of “contractors of infighting” within the Movement only a few weeks before the brutal Zaria massacre According to the Sheikh, some eight people had been given a twenty-five million Naira (N25m) contract each, to infiltrate the Movement and cause infighting severe enough to cause commotion and bloodshed. He prophetically said these eight people will cause infighting and “that will be used as an excuse to shoot and kill some people.” It…

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