Free Zakzaky Protest by Children in Lafia, Nasarawa state
Children staged protest in Lafia, Nasarawa State demanding the release of the leader of the Islamic movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H), Wife Malama Zeenah and other brothers & sisters. The Procession took place in major streets in Lafia the capital city of Nasarawa Sate on Tuesday 9 February, 2016
By Saminu Azare The pain and agony of Zaria massacre will continue to remain indelible in the heart of the followers of Sheikh Ibrahim El-Zakzaky in Gwagwalada Area Council of FCT, daughter of Mallam Abubakar Zaki, Nusaiba (mujahida) Abubakar Zaki was among the innocent Muslim faithfuls
Zaria Massacre: The Assessment of President Buhari in Power
By Saminu Azare
The Leadership in Nigeria, either Military or Civilian, always claim to uphold the liberty and spirit of Nigeria constitution which they have sworn with the holy books to protect, obey as well as the interest of all Nigerians irrespective of their political, religious, races and ethnic background, but in most cases the reverse is the case.
Children stage Free Zakzaky Protest in Bauchi, Katsina
By Khalid I Doya and Basiru Abubakar
On Tuesday 9th of February, 2016, children who are below 14 years of age staged a peaceful protest demanding unconditional release of Sheikh Ibeaheem Zakzaky, his family and hundreds of his followers who are in detention since the crack down on Islamic Movement in
Nigeria on 12th and 13th December, 2015.
Children in Kano take Free Zakzaky Protest to NHRC
By Muhammad Isa
Children staged Procession to National Human Right Commission Kano Branch to Summit Memmrandum, on Tuesday 9th of Feb. 2016. It Contains Photographs and list of missing brothers and sisters of ISlamic Movement mission and those killed in Zaria Massacre by the Nigerian Soldiers and those at various Prisons in Nigeria.
Who Is Investigating The Mass Graves Found In Kaduna?
By Dr. Peregrino Brimah
Mass graves were reported found in Kaduna, location of the recent military action against the Islamic Movement. On February 6th “activists” found a mass burialb ground at Mando Kaduna cemetery along the Birnin Gwari road near Hajj camp, that had been ploughed by caterpillars.
By Shuaibu Isa Ahmad
On the 6th of February, 1997 I visited my sister Amina and I saw her on praying mat in an unusual mood.I asked her what was wrong? I categorically remembered these statements from her: “I think I’m about to have a baby, can you help me up, and tell our mother that I'm about to be blessed ”.
Re:Abdullahi Mahadi's Memo To The National Human Rights Commission (NHRC)
By Haroun Elbinawi My attention was drawn to a Memo by Prof.Abdullahi Mahadi, the former VC of ABU, Zaria, to the National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) on the recent Zaria Massacre. This is the content of the Memo:
Graphic Video: Buratai's Soldiers Burnt people at Sheikh Zakzaky's Resience
Please This video is higly graphical: Evidence of the genocide committed by Nigerian soldiers at the residence of Shaikh Zakzaky
Brothers and Sisters apper before NHRC Panel of Enquiry, reiterates their demands
By Isah K.
Brothers and Sisters of the Islamic Movement have appeared before a Panel of Inquiry into Zaria Massacre set by National Human Rights Commission (NHRC) in Abuja . The special Panel held its sittings at National Human Rights Commission in Abuja on 2nd and 3rd of February 2016.
Life in Gyallesu Before the Arrival of Sheikh Zakzaky/pics
By Khalid Idris Doya and Ammar M. Rajab
Introduction: In the name of Allah, the most merciful, the most high, may the peace of Allah be upon his noble prophet (saww), his purified progeny, obedient and trusty companions. This insightful write-up is a reflection that sheds light on the life of the residents of Gyallesu, Zaria, Kaduna state.
By Mansur Usman
Shaheed Ukasha Idris Ibrahim, 27, is the member of Mu'assatu Abul Fadl Abbas and a teacher in Fudiyya School. shahid Ukasha is alos the chairman of youth forum of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Bauchi chapter. He attained martyrdom during Nigeria army attac at arur Rahama on 13th December2015 along with other brothers.
Zaria massacre: How I lost my husband, 6 children-Maimuna Abdullahi Abbas
By Ammar Rajab & Mahdi Garba In this interview with our reporters in Zaria, Malama Maimuna Abdullahi Abbas gives an insight on her ordeal, losing her soul mate and six children during the clamp down on the Islamic movement in Nigeria. Below is the interview.
Peaceful protest was staged in Zaria on Monday the 1st of Feb 2016 calling for the immediate release of Sheikh Zakzaky and his followers. Similar protest was held in Damaturu, Yobe state the previous day.
Kaduna:Behind John Danfulani’s Suspension and Victimization for Condemning Zaria Massacre
By Mahdi Garba
In any state that democracy prevail, activists and members of the opposition party are the antagonists to the incumbent. Dr John Danfulani, the convener of a right movement known to be Centrum initiative for development and fundamental rights advocacy (CEDRA) and a lecturer of International studies at state-owned Kaduna state University was suspended by the governing council of the school for alleged Facebook ‘hate speech and anti-government posts.
A program was organized by Anjumane Haidariya at Karbala Jor bagh -New Delhi India in solidarity with Allamah Shaikh Zakzaky(H) , Shaikh Nimr , people of Bahrain, Yemen and Hijaz (occupied by saudi family), to honour Shaheed shiekh Nimr who was executed by saudi monarch
'We are still Waiting for Justice'- Members of Academic Forum
By S.I Ahmad
It is known that JUSTICE has been used with reference to a standard of uprightness and fairness, ability to judge without reference to one’s interest, what is legally right or wrong; it is known that JUSTICE cares about people’s rights when those rights are violated.
Free Sheikh Zakzaky Protest by Children and Youths in Kano
By Muhammad Isa Children and youths of the Islamic movement in Kano were not left out in coming out to voice their demand for the unconditional release of His Eminence Shaikh Ibraheem Yaquob El Zakzaky (H), today evening 21st Rabiul Thani, 1437 (30/1/2016).
The Army Economical With the Truth; 750 Missing in Zaria
Following the unfortunate Army clampdown on the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, IMN, that took place in Zaria on the 12th to 14th of December 2015, in which hundreds were killed, hundreds more injured and property worth millions demolished by the Kaduna state government to complement the attack,
PRESS STATEMENT: The Judicial Commission Inaugurated by Kaduna State Government Will Not Be Fair To Us
Today the Kaduna state government of Nasiru Elrufa’i inaugurated the Judicial Commission of Inquiry into the army’s onslaught on the Islamic Movement in Nigeria last month. Before now we have written a petition against the commission and its composition, which unfortunately is not addressed by the state government.
“Our weapon is positive reasoning, truth and good conduct. Guns are for the reckless and foolhardy. We have been conducting our affairs peacefully, calling people to the truth for the last 36 years. So you cannot come overnight and attribute violence to us, that we now resort to killing people. This is impossible. We save lives, not kill them." -Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (h).
Nigerian Military First Attack Triggered Road Blockade
Sheikh Zakzaky Interview with AlManar TV
On 25 July 2014 Nigerian soldiers attacked the annual al-Quds Day procession in support of Palestine in Zaria, a city in Kaduna State in northern Nigeria. The following day, soldiers drove to the Husainiyyah Baqiyyatullah and opened fire on supporters of the Islamic Movement within the precinct of the main building. IHRC remembers the tragic event with the release of the new documentary: 'The Zaria Massacres' Last year a fact-finding mission was sent by IHRC and led by chair Massoud Shadjareh. Complete with interviews, expert testimony and more; we attempt to unearth the reasons behind the horrific killings.
Quds Day Killing by Nigerian Soldiers making headlines around the world
Placards displayed at Nigerian High Commission London on 28 July against Quds Day killings by Military.
“As far as I am concerned, the Zaria killing is a National disaster. I expected the President to have declared a national mourning, especially because of the number of people that lost their lives.“There is no way the President would not be held responsible because the buck stops at his table,” Bishop Kukah said.