Genocide Memorial: July 25, 2014, The First Brutal Military Attack On Islamic Movt In Zaria

In memory of the Nigerian army attacks of July 25, 2014, in which 34 members of the Islamic Movement were killed in cold blood in Zaria, including 3 sons of Sheikh Zakzaky and an Igbo man, we recount how it all started, which with the benefit of hindsight now, appears to have been a rehearsal of the ultimate. Background: A group of soldiers led by one Lt. Col. Oku opened fire at members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria on 25th of July 2014 while the latter was in a…

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Martyrs’ Foundation Pays Condolence Visit To Kaduna, Sympathize With Survivors Of State-sponsored Violence

Members of the Martyrs’ Foundation of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria headed by Sheikh Abdulhameed Bello, during the weekend, visited victims and survivors of previous weeks’ police and military brutality during free Zakzaky processions in Kaduna. Accompanied by other members of the Foundation including Prof. Abdullahi Danladi and Sheikh Aliyu Tirmizy of Kaduna, the delegation first paid condolence visit to the relations of the late victim, Shaheed Hussein, who was killed by the police during this year’s International Quds Day procession some weeks earlier in Kaduna. The delegation also visited…

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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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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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Bloodbath, Heavy Casualty Characterize Latest Attacks By Nigerian Army In Abuja

Abuja is today witnessing a bloodbath as the savage Nigerian Army in their cowardly acts waylaid peaceful Arbaeen mourning procession. Soldiers, who take to their heels when they sight armed bandits and Boko Haram terrorists, would gleefully attack unarmed women, children and boys, shooting to kill.  

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The Zaria Quds Massacre Of July 2014 And The Role Of The Military 3

In continuation of our commemmoration of the brutal state-sponsored terror attack of July 2014 by the Nigerian military, we continue with our reflection on the series of events that kickstarted what has now been known to be the begining of a well-orchestrated plot to wipe out the Islamic Movement, its leadership and structures in Nigeria. Outpour of Condolences: The response of the World to the July 2014 massacre was unprecedented. Condolences poured in from all nooks and crannies of the World. Friends, well-wishers as well as sympathizers were not left…

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The Tale Of Two Buharis: The Wild And The Wicked

This is the tale of two Buharis. One is wild (Buharin Daji) and the other is wicked (Buhari Azlamu). One, until just last weekend, ruled supreme in the forests of Zamfara and the other rules on the rocky mountain of Aso. Between them is the blood of thousands of innocent Nigerian souls. That is not all. One was used by the other, and having outlived his usefulness, is discarded. The other of course will take the ‘credit’ for discarding the first, having already used him to achieve what both did…

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Update On ICC Investigation: Cautiously Optimistic

The ICC report for 2017 contained an important update in relation to the Zaria massacre. They stated that they had reached a preliminary finding and that they would seek further clarification from the Nigerian government. The Islamic Movement globally and Rights groups remain cautiously optimistic. The text about the Zaria case: During the reporting period, the Office further continued its factual and legal analysis of other allegations of crimes unrelated to the armed conflict between Boko Haram and the Nigerian security forces. In that regard, the Office carefully examined the…

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The US’s Invasion of Africa That Nobody Knows About

Today, we will reflect on a post dating back to April, 2014 that appeared in antiwar.com blog. Although it appears to be an old piece, it is still very relevant today as it was then. Furthermore, it is noteworthy that the piece was at about the same time there was an upsurge in US military activity in Nigeria, and coincidentally, of insecurity and abductions or kidnaps in the Country. U.S. Army Spc. Tyler Meehan observes Kenyan trainees The U.S. is assembling the rudiments of imperial infrastructure throughout Africa, and hardly…

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