Sheikh Zakzaky’s Daughter Set To Feature In World Women Day Celebration In Turkey

The daughter of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Nusaiba Ibrahim Zakzaky, has arrived Istanbul to attend the “World Muslim Women’s Day” activities scheduled to take place tomorrow, Sunday 11th March, 2018. The event is part of activities marking the auspicious occasion of the birthday of Sayyedah Fatima (AS), the leader of all the women of the World ever, which this year coincided with the International Women’s Day marked worldwide on March 8. She was accompanied by some other sisters from the Islamic Movement in Nigeria. They were…

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Islamic Movement Set To Mark International Women’s Day With Fun And Funfair

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria, in conjunction with other women’s groups is set to mount a formidable International Women’s Day celebration on 8th March, 2018 in Abuja. This year, the International Women’s Day coincides with the birthday of Sayyedah Fatima (SA), the daughter of the Prophet (SAW) regarded as the most appropriate day to mark as a day for women, being the leader of women of all time. Consequently, the Sisters of the Movement will host other women groups in her honour and as a means of projecting Sayyedah Fatima…

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Sisters Move Audience To Tears At Daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out

Today, the Daily Free Zakzaky Sit Out campaign attendees at the Unity Fountains were moved to profuse tears when Muslim sisters took the stage narrating their harrowing experiences during the daily December 12-14, 2015 Zaria massacre. Among the sisters that narrated their stories were one sister Ruqayyah from Giwa, a young girl in her early twenties, who narrated how she lost her husband. There was also Sister Amina, the wife of Dr. Mustapha Saaed, a very senior medical practitioner, whom she lost along with three other children. As she narrated…

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Daily Sit Out: Sisters Forum Get Their Day Monday January 22

Monday January 22nd, 2018 has been set aside at the daily free Zakzaky sit out campaign to highlight the plight of Muslim Sisters who were victims of the Zaria massacre and the extraordinary contributions and sacrifices made by Sisters in carrying the banner of free Zakzaky since that brutal attacks. Sisters were particularly affected in more ways than any other group. They were victims themselves as martyrs and as victims of enforced disappearances. Additionally, they suffered as wives of victims, as mothers of victims as well as sisters and other…

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Sisters Of The Islamic Movement To Process In Abuja Monday

Sisters of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria will conduct a free Zakzaky procession in Abuja on Monday 22nd January, 2018. In an announcement given by the free Zakzaky Campaign Committee, the procession is expected to take place by 1:00pm and would be carried out entirely by sisters.

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