Sisters’ Forum Of The Islamic Movt Renew Call For Freedom For Sheikh Zakzaky

Members of the Sisters Forum of Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN) on Monday renewed their call on Federal Government to respect the court order by releasing the leader of the Islamic Movement, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenatuddeen Ibraheem from detention detention. This was contained in a passionate address by one of the prominent members of the forum, Malama Jummai Korofi while addressing journalists in Kaduna to mark three years of the Zaria massacre during which over a thousand members of the Movement were brutally killed by the Army…

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Third Year Anniversary Seminar Series Of Zaria Massacre Goes To Jalingo

Jalingo was today host to the Seminar Series of the third year anniversary of the Zaria massacre. The Seminar was anchored by the representative of Jalingo center of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Malam Ishaq Muhammad Shedo. Others who graced the occasion included Malam Abdullahi Hassan from Iware Centre, who offered the opening prayers and Abdullahi Muhammad. Sheikh Usman Shehu karkaku and Sheikh Aliyu Tirmidhi were the discussants while Dr Ibrahim Sulaiman served as the moderator. Questions and suggestions were also entertained. The program ended successfully.

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Zaria Massacre 3rd Year Anniversary: Islamic Movement Kick Starts Regional Review Seminars

The Islamic Movement in Nigeria today kick started regional seminar series in Yola in commemoration of the third anniversary of the December 2015 Zaria massacre by the Nigerian government. The Seminar has as its theme: “Prospects, Problems & Progress of the Free Zakzaky Campaign Three Years On”. Organized by the Free Zakzaky Campaign Committee, the Seminar drew Speakers and participants from Yola and environs including zonal representatives of the Campaign Committee and other members of the Movement. The Seminar appraised the campaign to free Sheikh Zakzaky and the gains and…

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Genocide Memorial: How Gov El-Rufai Went On Supervisory Visit To Soldiers Who Carried Out The Heinous Crimes Moments Before

Watch the video evidence of the moment on Saturday, December 12, 2015 at dusk when the Kaduna state Governor Nasiru Ahmed El-Rufai came to the Islamic centre of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Hussainiyyah Baqiyatullah on a supervisory visit to the soldiers moments after they laid siege on hundreds trapped within and only a few hours before they brutally invaded the complex killing at least 300 people inside. The video was taped by the brave (now martyred) members who were trapped inside and transmitted to those outside before their ultimate…

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Islamic Movement Marks 3rd Anniversary Of Zaria Genocide

Arrangements have been concluded by members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria to commemorate the 3rd anniversary of the heinous Zaria massacre, which was executed by the Nigerian Army in the weekend of 12th -14th December 2015 during which over a thousand innocent souls were killed and were hurriedly buried in mass graves by the rampaging soldiers. Activities earmarked to be conducted include mass street actions and processions, rallies and prayers in mosques, symposia and exhibitions. Others include visitations to the graveside of some of the martyrs of the genocide…

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Zaria Genocide & Illegal Detention, Three Years After

“Between Dec. 12-14 2015 soldiers carried out mass slaughter of hundreds of men, women and children #Shiites in Zaria, Kaduna State. Our investigation revealed how the Nigerian military burned people alive, razed buildings and dumped victims’ bodies in mass graves.” – Amnesty International What happened at Zaria, Northern Nigeria, was just not a killing. It was a brutal and inhuman slaughter of 1000+ innocent and defenseless children, women and men between 12th – 14th December, 2015. They shot, they bombed, they stabbed, they burnt, they raped and they buried Shia…

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Who Is Investigating The Mass Graves Found In Kaduna?

Mass graves were reported found in Kaduna, location of the recent military action against the Islamic Movement. On February 6th “activists” found a mass burial ground at Mando Kaduna cemetery along the Birnin Gwari road near Hajj camp, that had been ploughed by caterpillars. They said it contained some of the bodies of movement victims that had been killed by what has been regarded as an overhanded military “honour killing” reaction. When mass graves are found, it is a humanitarian alarm and trigger for immediate investigation. But frankly, who will…

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Understanding The Attack Against The Islamic Movement In Nigeria on 12-13 December 2015 in Zaria

Executive Summary The Nigerian army carried out massive attacks over the course of the 12th and 13th December 2015 which targeted the Islamic Movement of Nigeria in Zaria. The operation resulted in the deaths of at least 1000 unarmed civilians, mostly IMN members, killed by gunshots attributed to soldiers. Hundreds more were injured. There were reports that the military blocked access to medical care for the injured and shot at and killed wounded persons. Witnesses and victims reported signs of widespread force and cruelty with allegations of looting, arson, mutilation,…

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Elrufa’i Tempering With Evidence, Digs Another Mass Grave At Mando Site

It has come to the notice of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria that the Governor of Kaduna state, Nasiru Elrufa’i, has on Monday, 22/10/18 ordered for the mass burial of a large number of people presumably killed during the recent mayhem at Kasuwan Magani, Kaduna at the Mando site of an earlier mass grave he buried at least 347 members of the Islamic Movement. We unequivocally condemn this clear attempt at tempering with evidence by the Kaduna state government desperately out trying to obliterate this invaluable crime scene perpetrated by…

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