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The Tragedy of State Violence: Kantian Reflections on Government Responsibility – Mahfuz Mundadu

Once again, and again, and again, we are sadly awakened to the rude shock of a state violence that echoes...
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Quds Day 2024 Killings: Funeral of Shahid Ahmad Mustapha in Zaria

The funeral of Shahid Ahmad Mustapha took place in Zaria on Saturday the 6th of April 2024 who was brutally...
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Quds Day 2024 Killings: Funeral of Shahid Ahmad Mustapha in Zaria

Update on Quds Day in Kaduna State: Seven People Killed by Police in Kaduna and Zaria.

The extrajudicial killings of Pro-Palestinian Protesters by the Nigerian Police in Kaduna state reached 6 people following the additional death...
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Update on Quds Day in Kaduna State: Seven People Killed by Police in Kaduna and Zaria.

Intl Quds Day in Kaduna: We wish Police shall use such force on Kidnappers and Bandits Not Peaceful Protesters – Sheikh Tirmidhi

Sheikh Aliyu Tirmidhi who spoke on behalf of those 5 people killed by the Nigerian police in Kaduna during the...
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Intl Quds Day in Kaduna: We wish Police shall use such force on Kidnappers and Bandits Not Peaceful Protesters – Sheikh Tirmidhi

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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.

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