Rape has become so widespread in Nigeria that it has been dubbed a pandemic. Even infants are not spared but so far there appears little serious effort to tackle this horrific social evil. The statistics are horrendous
The Nigerian regime is trying to kill Shaykh Ibrahim Zakzaky through slow poisoning. Dangerously high levels of lead and cadmium have been found in his blood. Justice-loving people worldwide must not allow this travesty to occur. Shaykh Zakzaky must be immediately released to receive proper medical care. The July 19 rally in Ottawa attended by hundreds of people made just such a demand.
Demand for the release of Shaykh Ibrahim Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), has grown worldwide. The campaigners demand proper medical care for the Shaykh and his wife Zeenat and their immediate release.
Shaykh Ibrahim Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria has been held illegally for nearly three years now. The Nigerian regime is beholden to Zionism and Wahhabism and the Shaykh is the victim of external pressure on the Abuja regime.
The Nigerian regime has no case against Shaykh Zakzaky and his wife but they are incarcerated because the regime is beholden to Zionist Israel and Saudi Arabia as well as afraid of the Shaykh’s popularity among the masses.
In prison since December 2015, a badly wounded Shaykh Zakzaky and his wife continue to be held illegally despite a court order to release them.
The spectre of famine haunts parts of Africa again, with more than 20 million people facing starvation across Somalia, Nigeria and South Sudan.
Nigerian army’s sole purpose of existence seems to be to attack and kill as many members of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria as it possibly can. Following the army’s massacre of 1,000 members of IMN last December, it embarked on another bloodbath last month.
The Islamic movement in Nigeria is the victim of a regime that is now completely in the pocket of the Wahhabi zealots. Our correspondent exposes this toxic nexus.1
On December 12 and 13, 2015, the Nigerian army slaughtered more than 1,000 members of the Islamic movement allegedly for blocking the road on which the army chief was traveling. On February 14, 2016, a Church group blocked a road in Abuja but the army chief took a detour instead of attacking the Christians. Why the different treatment?
By killing more than 1,000 (perhaps as many as 6,000) members of the Islamic movement in Zaria, the Nigerian army has proved, if proof indeed were needed, that it is an agent of Zionism and imperialism.
The Boko Haram terrorists have been rampaging throughout Nigeria since at least 2009. Instead of going after these terrorists, the army has targeted the Islamic movement that itself is the victim of Boko Haram terrorists.
Soldiers are trained to kill but their job is to do so against external enemies and in defence of the State. The Nigerian army, like that in Egypt and other parts of the Muslim world, revel in killing their own citizens. The December 12 attack on the Islamic movement in Nigeria has resulted in the cold blooded murder of nearly 1000 innocent Muslims. Will the murderers face trial for their crimes? It is not even being mentioned.
The Nigerian army, like armies in most Muslim countries, has perpetrated a massacre of innocent Muslims in Nigeria. It targeted the headquarters of the Islamic movement in Nigeria and murdered some 20 people in cold blood. Hundreds of others were injured.
The first annual International Quds Day Conference and Exhibition, is being organised by the Islamic Movement in Nigeria
Even while there are many problems afflicting the Muslim world, the issue of al-Quds and Palestine cannot be forgotten. That is what makes the annual Quds Day rallies so important.
Mohammad Buhari won the Nigerian presidential election fair and square. The US tried to interject itself into the fray not because it loves democracy but because it has an altogether different agenda. Beware the American benevolence!
Even before the votes were cast, Goodluck Jonathan’s cronies were predicting his victory in Nigeria’s election. Widespread rigging has been reported.1
The Nigerian regime postponed presidential elections scheduled for February 14 because the challenger Muhammad Buhari was set to win. It revived memories of a similar disruption in June 1993 when Moshood Abiola was deprived of his victory. In the earlier case, voting had taken place but the result was not announced.
President Goodluck Jonathan is brazen to the point of being obnoxious about pouring money into his own area while ignoring other parts of the country especially Muslim majority areas. Nigerians hope the February 14 elections will consign him to the dustbin of history.