THAT MISADVENTURE: Trump Thought Iran is Iraq, Now He Thinks Nigeria Is Iran

He wanted to use Iran to booster his ego. He thought war is about weapons. He thought the noise they make of American invisibility was real. When his weapon defence system failed, those who knew called him into a room and gave him a bit by bit account. That Iranian missiles rain, put the living fear into him. America was about to be demystified. So, he beat a hasty retreat. Today America is still counting its casualties. Of course apart from loss hardware, America is losing its grip on the…

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Soleimani’s Killing: Iranians, Iraqis And Americans Take To The Streets

There have been massive protests, understandably in Iran and Iraq as they process in honour of the martyred top Generals, but paradoxically in the United States too, where tens of thousands of Americans in over seventy locations came out to oppose their terrorist government. Thousands of people in dozens of cities across the United States on Saturday took to the streets to condemn the Trump administration’s “reckless acts of war” against Iran and demand that the U.S. withdraw its troops from the Middle East. From New York City to Chicago…

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Millions Of Iranians Pay Tribute To General Soleimani In Ahvaz

Millions of Iranians have poured into the streets of Ahvaz, holding massive funeral processions for the Iranian anti-terror commander, Lieutenant General Qasem Soleimani, who was martyred by US terrorists in Baghdad on Friday. The bodies of the martyred commander and his companions have arrived in the southern Iranian city of Ahvaz, the main city in Iran’s eight-year battle against the forces of the former Iraqi dictator Saddam Hussein, which was the scene of braveries of General Soleimani and thousands of other Iranians. From Ahvaz, the cortege will be heading to…

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Hundreds Of Thousands Of Nigerian Muslims Protest US Terror Attack On Gen. Soleimani

Protests broke out today, Friday soon after afternoon prayers in various towns across Nigeria by hundred of thousands of Muslims condemning the US terror attacks that resulted in the martyrdom of top Iranian General, Qaseem Soleimani and a couple of others just outside Baghdad airport. Holding posters and banners with the portrait of Soleimani, the protesters chanted slogans severely criticizing the cowardly and provocative airstrike ordered by the US president. Earlier, the Islamic Movement in Nigeria issued a press statement condemning the US action.

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Islamic Movement Condemns Provocative US Strike, Commiserates With Iranians, Iraqis

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has strongly condemned the provocative airstrike ordered by President Trump that led to the death of the Iranian top general and Guards Commander, Quaseem Soleimani and the Iraqi Commander, Abu Mahdi al-Muhandis. These were martyred following a drone strike specially ordered by president Trump, whose action has dangerously made the world on the edge of a very destructive war. For quite sometime now, President Trump has been looking for ways to drag the Iranian nation to a senseless war. Assassination of General Qaseem Soleimani is…

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FGN Resorts To Propaganda: AGF Paid N2m To Each Select Journalist To Make IMN False News Hit Front-Page

The office of the Attorney-General of the Federation (AGF) assembled a select team of journalists from some major Nigerian print and online media houses and gave them two million Naira (N2m) each to ensure that the cooked up story about Iran’s alleged support for the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) hits the front-page of their respective dailies. Our impeccable source, who was one of the beneficiaries told our correspondent on condition of anonymity, that the AGF was keen on pushing the story and giving it a preeminent place across the…

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Surviving Sister Who Lost Husband, Six Children During The Zaria Genocide Honoured

A Nigerian lady, Muallima Zainab Isa, whose husband and six children were martyred the same night during the infamous Zaria genocide, was among seven ladies worldwide chosen for honouring. The honour was conferred on her, along with six other women at an international symposium on the World Heroines that held at the Imam Ali Arridha (AS) sacred place in Mashad, Iran last Monday. Among those honoured is Rukhsan Keti, from Myanmar, who only recently converted to Islam but has already been able to translate the prayer masterpiece book Saheefah Sajjadiyyah.…

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Iran Summons Nigerian Envoy over Sheikh Zakzaky’s Conditions

The Iranian Foreign Ministry has summoned Nigeria’s envoy to voice the Islamic Republic’s concern over the conditions of top Shiite cleric and leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) Sheikh Ibrahim al-Zakzaky, the ministry’s spokesman said. Recently, the Nigerian charge d’affaires was summoned to the Foreign Ministry and was informed about Iran’s concern over Sheikh Zakzaky’s conditions in the African country, Seyed Abbas Mousavi said at his weekly press conference in Tehran on Monday. “He (the top cleric) is a prominent and knowledgeable figure,” he said, adding, “We hope…

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Fire On Iran And Open The Gates Of Hell – Former British MP, Galloway Warns Trump

The renowned British politician, a former Member of Parliament, who represented four different constituencies and a famous Presenter, George Galloway, has warned the President of the United States not to contemplate attacking the Islamic Republic of Iran, because that would amount to opening the gates of hell. Mr. Galloway said, “if they fire on the Islamic Republic of Iran, they will be opening the gates of hell. This is not Iraq in 2003.” In another development, observers and experts believe that provoking Iran could start a war and crash the…

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Tehran Stands Still As Massive Free Zakzaky Procession Rocks Iranian Capital

A huge Free Zakzaky procession was today staged in Tehran, the Iranian capital, to commemorate the one thousandth day since the brutal Zaria massacre and the unlawful detention of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. The procession, which was attended by thousands of people including several Nigerian students studying in Tehran university, took place soon after the Friday prayers and was led by Professor Shoja’e Fard of Tehran University.

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