Death Of Former Egyptian President In Court Sparks Unease Among IMN Members

The sudden and unexpected news of the former first democratically elected Egyptian President, Mohammed Morsi, who was reportedly said to have slumped and died in court has been causing considerable unease and agitation among members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, whose ailing leader and his wife are standing trial at a Kaduna High Court for framed up charges. Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife have been unjustifiably detained by the Department of State Security (DSS) since middle of December of 2015 when the Nigerian Army spent the most of…

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Axis Of Evil: The Obnoxious Link Between Senator Ahmed Lawan, Elrufai, Ganduje, Sanusi And PMB (2)

In continuation of the above-titled piece, we will focus on Senator Ahmed Lawan and the pivotal role he played in the Zaria genocide, and why the Buhari government deems it right to reward him with Senate Presidency. His importance to the Buhari government is such that he has been anointed by the maximum tyrant himself, by the party hierarchy and above all, by the cabal. The fable about fighting against corruption by Buhari was even sacrificed when a corruption-laden rival was forgiven so he could withdraw his candidature to enable…

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Axis Of Evil: The Obnoxious Link Between Senator Ahmed Lawan, Elrufai, Ganduje, Sanusi And PMB (1)

These ignominious men all have one thing in common, and that is their various roles in the heinous Zaria genocide of December, 2015. By the time these series of write-ups are completed, perhaps Senator Ahmed Lawan would have been rewarded for his role in the genocide and both Ganduje and SLS would have been reconciled by Buhari at the instance of Elrufai. But how just do they relate? That will be clear by the time this piece is completed. On December 12, 2015 the Nigerian Army launched an unprecedented series…

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Breaking: Police Violently Attack Quds Procession In Kaduna

The police in Kaduna have violently attacked this year’s Annual International Quds Procession by members of the Islamic Movement in solidarity with the oppressed people of Palestine. The procession had been peaceful before the disruption by the police and in spite of this extreme provocation, the procession was carried to its logical conclusion. Some photographs taken by our reporters during the event are given below: The President of the Media Forum of the Islamic Movement promptly issued a press statement, reproduced below: PRESS RELEASE Many feared injured, arrested as police…

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Islamic Movement Set To Mark International Quds Day

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria is set to mark this year’s International Quds Day celebration on Friday 31st May, 2019 in different parts of the country. This year’s event is coming on the heels of an audacious invitation to the the Israeli Prime Minister, Benjamin Netanyahu to visit Nigeria a few days after even as the Zionist state continues to oppress the Palestinians. It will be the fourth straight year that the Movement will be conducting the Quds procession since the infamous brutal crackdown on the Islamic Movement. Details of…

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Sheikh Zakzaky’s Case: President Buhari Goes For Further Instructions Under Umrah Pretence

President Muhammadu Buhari is reportedly going to Saudi Arabia for further instructions over what further to do with what they term the “knotty” issue of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky. However, he is going under the pretense of accepting the invitation of King Salman Bin Abdulaziz, the ruler of Saudi Arabia to perform the Umrah (lesser pilgrimage) in the Kingdom. Saudi Crown Prince had in April last year caused a stir when he divulged that his country was responsible for the heinous Zaria massacre…

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IHRC Drafts Report For UN On Nigeria Rights Abuses

The London-based rights group, the Islamic Human Rights Commission (IHRC) has submitted a report to the United Nations highlighting systematic state abuse in the Nigerian authorities’ treatment of the country’s Islamic Movement. The report has been written for the upcoming review by the UN’s Human Rights Committee of Nigeria’s compliance with the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights. The report focuses on the persecution of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria and its leaders and supporters since 2014, a period which has seen two massacres and routine killings, torture, and…

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Falana Addresses Free Zakzaky Protesters, Commends Their Peaceful Disposition In The Face Of Persecution

The renowned human rights lawyer, a Senior Advocate of Nigeria and the lead Counsel to the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky has praised the peaceful manner the Free Zakzaky Campaigns has continued to be, even in the face of extreme persecution and provocation by state security agents. He made the commendation when he appeared in solidarity with the Free Zakzaky protest at the National Human Rights Commission earlier in the week. Falana said he was doing everything possible to see to the freedom of the…

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It is time to release El-Zakzaky, Dasuki, CAN tells FG

President, Christian Association of Nigeria (CAN), Rev’d Samson Ayokunle, has told the Federal Government that it is time to release leader of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, and former National Security Adviser (NSA) to former president, Dr. Goodluck Jonathan, Col. Sambo Dasuki(retd). …Renews call for freedom of Leah Sharibu, remaining Chibok girls He made the call when he addressed a press conference to kick-off the national convention of the Nigerian Baptist Convention (NBC), at the seminary of the church in Ogbomoso, Oyo State, at the weekend. Ayokunle, who…

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What Has DSS Done To Deserve Our Gratitude Or Commendation? Sheikh Zakzaky Queries

The leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, had only a few days before the heinous Zaria massacre, said DSS should be held responsible for any attacks should it occur. He was reacting to a “warning” purportedly given by the DSS of impending terror attacks in mosques and churches anywhere between Abuja and Kano” at the time, and the bomb that was subsequently detonated between Kano and Zaria killing scores of members of the Islamic Movement then. It has become absolutely necessary to reflect on his words…

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