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Daily News Analysis

Canadian Right Activists Hold Rally in Ottawa to demand Shaykh Zakzaky's Release

A Special Correspondent

Dhu al-Qa'dah 17, 14402019-07-20

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.


Nigerian army attacks IMN, again

Zafar Bangash

Rabi' al-Awwal 01, 14382016-12-01

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.

News & Analysis

The Nigerian army’s bloodbath in Zaria

Tahir Mahmoud

Rabi' al-Awwal 20, 14372016-01-01

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.

Daily News Analysis

Toronto rally condemns army massacre of Muslims in Nigeria

Crescent International

Rabi' al-Awwal 07, 14372015-12-19

The massacre of Muslims may have occurred in Nigeria but it aroused the concern of people from all walks of life worldwide. Rallies protesting the horrific massacre have been held in London (UK), Washington DC and New York (US) and Toronto (Canada). There have also been protest rallies in Iran, Pakistan, India and a host of other countries. In each locale, there were calls for the arrest and trial of the Nigerian army chief Tukur Buratai.

Daily News Analysis

Nigerian army’s massacre of Quds rally participants

Crescent International

Shawwal 02, 14352014-07-30

The zionists are slaughtering innocent Palestinians in Gaza while their agents around the world are busy killing those that protest such crimes. This is what happened in Nigeria when the army opened fire on Quds Day rally participants killing 25 instantly. Another 12 people were arrested and executed at an army compound. The dead included three sons of Mallam Ibrahim Zakzaky, leader of the Islamic movement in Nigeria.

Daily News Analysis

Kidnapped Girls Become Tools of US Imperial Policy in Africa

Glen Ford

Rajab 16, 14352014-05-15

“The Boko Haram, like other jihadists, had become more dangerous in a post-Gaddafi Africa – thus justifying a larger military presence for the Americans,” writes Glen Ford, Executive Editor of Black Agenda Report


Sierra Leone’s quest for peace continues, even though government and rebels come to terms

Ramzy Baroud

Jumada' al-Akhirah 21, 14201999-10-01

Nigerian troops cancelled their planned withdrawal from Sierra Leone last month, after the rebel Revolutionary United Front failed to disarm as agreed in the July peace deal. Fears remain of a resumption of the brutal fighting that has killed thousands and left many more deliberately maimed.


Nigerian president playing with ethnic fire

M.A. Shaikh

Rabi' al-Thani 19, 14201999-08-01

The Nigerian president Olusegun Obasanjo - former military dictator and retired general before his controversial election as head of state last February has stepped up his purge of Hausa and Fulani officers in the security forces, largely replacing them with members of his own Yoruba tribe.


Nigerian strongman to swap palace for barracks to rule by remote control

Mahmoud Ahmed Shaikh

Rajab 11, 14191998-11-01

Nigeria’s president Abdulsalami Abubakar appears to have convinced doubters that he is indeed prepared to vacate Aso Rock, the presidential palace in the capital Abuja, as soon as a successor is elected on May 29, 1999 - a date the general insists is ‘sacrosanct.’


Abacha, part of Nigeria’s ills, rides to the rescue

Our Correspondent in Abuja

Muharram 04, 14191998-05-01

All the five registered political parties in Nigeria have adopted general Sani Abacha, the military ruler, as their candidate for the August presidential elections.

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