By Abdullahi Isah Wasagu
Tens of thounsands of pro-Zakzaky protesters in some Nigerian cities have began a 9-day flag fly, streets protests and twitter storm, with colourful pictures, in soliderity with evicted Plestenians.
As Islamic Movement in Nigeria announced the temporal suspension of nationwide international Qudus Day protests in the forthcoming last Friday of the month of Ramadan amid change of stuations due to covid-19 deadly disease, on Wednesday 13/5/2020, many cities have staged protests demanding an unconditional release of Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, meanwhile, showed their soliderity with the oppressed people of Palestine from the Israeli ursurpation.
In cities like Jos, Kaduna, Abuja, Sokoto, Birnin Kebbi among others, numerous brothers and sisters stormed the streets of the cities raising posters and banners of Qudus Mosque afixed with photos of leader of the Movement Sheikh Ibraheem El-Zakzaky (H).
Hujjatul Islam Adam Ahmad Jos who led the protest in the city of Jos explained in brief ane concise the old-aged oppression of the Israelite Government on the weak Palestinians that led them to forcefully moved out from their inherited land.
This year’s int. Qudus Day varies following the unexpected covid-19 pademic that brought about change in all affairs globally. International Qudus Day in Nigeria is not going to be a one-day nationwide street protests like previous years, instead, various towns and cities would staged protest base on conditions warrant. This followed inter-state and nationwide restriction of Movement stipulated by authorities in measures to avoid rapid spread of covid-19 deadly disease.
After protest on varying days, brothers of the Movement will use their various local meeting points and centres to fix Qudus Day banners and posters in soliderity with the oppressed people of Palestine.
In addition, social media platforms would be stormed with pictures of Int. Qudus Day for 8 consecutive days from 21st of Ramadan to 29th of the holy month.
The changes in the 2020 Qudus Day is not only in Nigeria but contries across the globe following the current covid-19 pandemic.
It can be recalled that Muslims all over the globe consecrate the last Friday of the holy month of Ramadan "Al-Quds Day" to proclaim the international solidarity of Muslims in support of the legitimate rights of the Muslim people of Palestine.
For many years, clerics across the globe have been notifying the Muslims of the danger posed by the usurper Israel which today has intensified its savage attacks against the Palestinians.