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Nigerian Army Arrests Sheikh Zakzaky, Kills Sons

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Some reports are there , more then 3000 people got killed by Nigerian Army.

Zeenat, the wife of the leader of Islamic Movement of Nigeria, Ibrahim Zakzaky, and Aliy, Mr. Zakzaky’s son, were among the scores of people killed during a siege on the sect’s enclave by the Nigerian Army on Saturday, the group has said.

The movement in a statement by Ibrahim Musa, head of its Media Forum, said apart from Mr. Zakzaky’s son and wife, other prominent leaders of the group were also killed.

 

Graphic Video : Nigerian army brutally killing Shiite members in Zaria, Kaduna state

http://en.abna24.com/service/africa/archive/2015/12/14/724795/story.html

 

Thousands of Nigerian Shiite Muslims protest killing of their leader’s family, others by bloodthirsty Army / Pics

http://en.abna24.com/service/africa/archive/2015/12/14/724783/story.html

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On 12/16/2015 at 4:09 AM, FalconofMisk said:

[..], he was detained. Nobody was killed. Anyways that is price you pay if you try spreading Iranian agenda and turning the region into Persian Empire. We all know how it starts, you try spreading your ideology until you become at least 10%. Then with Western support you take the country into civil war and try conquering it. No more of that. 

Stupid meme, Iran's leaders could care less about Israel. Obama is their best friend. You should be thanking Obama..[inappropriate language removed]

So Iran incites civil wars with Western support, Iran doesn't care about Israel, and Iran and Obama are best friends.

Prove it. Just a slither of evidence. If you don't mind. kthx

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British papers takes every opportunity to portray Shiism as a Safavid creation :        

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http://www.theguardian.com/world/2015/dec/16/human-rights-groups-demand-probe-into-nigerian-army-raid-on-shia-muslims

Iran, seen as the guardian of the Shia Muslim faith, condemned the killings'.....

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Nigeria’s Shia Muslims, a movement of millions, started 37 years ago by Zakzaky, who dresses in the robes and turban of an Iranian ayatollah.'

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On 12/16/2015 at 12:20 PM, baradar_jackson said:

So Iran incites civil wars with Western support, Iran doesn't care about Israel, and Iran and Obama are best friends.

Prove it. Just a slither of evidence. If you don't mind. kthx

Of course Iran incites wars, Yemen and Iraq for example. Iran refused to allow Iraqi government to run its pace independently. It sponsored militias there to threaten the government if they go against Iranian interests. US is bombing your enemy in Iraq, without US bombing Syrian regime would have collapsed by now. Northern/Northeastern Iraq would be taken by ISIS too. In Yemen US is bombing AQ and ISIS every time they launch offensive against Houthis or pro-Hadi forces. Iran bought weapons from Israel during the war with Iraq. t

As for Israel, Iran has anti-Israel rhetoric for domestic purposes to try spreading Shiasm. It's ultimate goal is is resurgence of Persian Empire. This is not Islamic and Iranian nationalist. No matter what evidence is put forth over and over again, you will keep towing your line. Because you're an Iranian with Iranian agenda. Iranian regime just like Arab secular regimes will be destroyed and are all enemies of Islam and Muslims. Sunni islamists will form the Islamic State. 

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On 12/16/2015 at 3:20 PM, FalconofMisk said:

Iran bought weapons from Israel during the war with Iraq. t

. It's ultimate goal is is resurgence of Persian Empire.

 Iranian regime just like Arab secular regimes will be destroyed and are all enemies of Islam and Muslims. Sunni islamists will form the Islamic State. 

^I don't whether my reaction should be :hahaha: or this  :cry:

God help us all. 

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13 minutes ago, Sumayyeh said:

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^I don't whether my reaction should be :hahaha: or this  :cry:

God help us all. 

 

This guy gets hefty paycheck from Iran. Putting posters of a leader who graduated from France. It's mind boggling that Shia's think we buy their nonsense drivel and pleas. Actually Shia's know we don't buy their horse[Edited Out], so they become 10% start forming militias and try conquering the country. 

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FalconMisk:

Is that really all you got? Iran was buying weapons from some private American arms dealers. There is a difference between buying weapons from private American arms dealers, and being in cahoots with Israel. In fact, there is even a difference between buying weapons from private American arms dealers and being in cahoots with the US. The fact is: Iran was in a desperate situation and had to pay more than market value for those weapons. This is, again, not indicative of an alliance. It's indicative that certain people will do anything for a fast buck. Either way, those times have passed, and alhamdulillah Islamic Iran's arms industry is at the point where it is not dependant on any foreign power.

Also, what does it mean to "graduate from France?" Is France a university? Also, if France is a university, is there a problem to graduate from this university? Is it haraam? Does it instantly make one some sort of munafiq or shady character? Didn't Sayyed Qutb study in a university in the US? Is this really the logic you are using, bruh? You should think about what you are saying before you repeat a slogan.

Netanyahu gives takfiri terrorists medical care for a reason.

Netanyahu keeps barking to congress to wage war against Iran for a reason.

The US doesn't want to give Iran the right to develop nuclear energy for a reason.

The US sent their navy to the Persian Gulf in the 80s for a reason.

The US provided AWACS and satellite imagery to Saddam for a reason.

The US shot down an IranAir civilian airliner for a reason.

Iran's position on Palestine and "Israel" has been consistent; morally, politically, financially, militarily. Palestinian resistance leaders have said as much. There are plenty of people in Iran who grumble about this unwavering support, but the Leadership does not sway. He even said: Palestine is the key of the zuhoor of Imam Mahdi (AJ).

These things all have reasons. Unless you want to believe everything is a conspiracy or a show. If you want to go that far to defend an illogical viewpoint, you will have a hard time proving your own existence, even. You will end up saying your own existence is a conspiracy. The evidence is there for those who reflect.

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On 12/17/2015 at 6:54 AM, alirex said:

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I love Bilal (ra) and all, and this poster was made in good faith, but Sh. Zakzaky's stance is closer in line with Imam Hussain (as) than Bilal (ra). Just because they're both African it seems the subconscious has been conditioned to make the association.

An oppressed Shia, whatever their race, are all Imam Hussain (as), and Imam Hussain (as) is them.

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Joan might be a better example,  the black slave in Imam Husayn (a)'s little army, who was martyred and while on the ground, the Imam put his blessed face on his blood-covered face.

Before martyrdom he recited this poem:

امیری حسین و نعم الامیر

سرور فواد البشیر النذیر

My master is Husayn and a good master he is

He is the joy in heart of the Prophet (sw)

Edited by mesbah

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I'm really tired of typing out words to these most hideous, most infuriating of news. When will we be able to clean the world or die trying? All these luciferians their puppets and their joint rule of tyrrany need to be decomissioned for good, and not governments or armies but rather only the common people around the world lead by a certain leader are needed to do it. Obviously it means that there is still need of comprehensive disillusionment through suffering or awareness and around the whole world in order to mobilize this army and for its leadership to appear.

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On 12/16/2015 at 5:32 PM, alirex said:

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This picture is a rowzeh for me.

لا یوم کیومک یا اباعبدالله

السلام علی الشیب الخضیب

It's so sad, especially when it's compared with the reaction of our world's people to somewhat similar events in some other countries like France. But do they (those who are behind this) think they can stop the Shia movement in Africa? Don't they know it will backfire on them?

Stupid people never know how stupid they are!

الحمدالله الذی جعل الاعدائنا من الحمقاء

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They wanted to put an end to this movement. But now they should see how silly they are. Alhamdulilah, much more people know Sheikh Zakzaki and his movement now. People are taking to street to support him. We are posting his pictures....He has become a hero now.

Some more pictures from different cities:

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http://fa.abna24.com/service/pictorial/archive/2015/12/17/696315/story.html#

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Nigerian Army Published Sheikh Zakzaky's Second Painful Image while Carrying him on a Wheelbarrow!

December 16, 2015 - 6:43 PM

Ahlul Bayt News Agency -ABNA- The fate of Nigerian Shiite cleric is still shrouded in mystery and so far just some indirect quotations have been published about him.

Earlier, the Nigerian army published a harrowing image of Sheikh Zakzaky to show he is alive. Publishing the photo was after international pressure of Muslims and was done in order to calm public opinion.

The second photo has just been sent to Ahlul Bayt News Agency and indicates his very bad situation.

The following image shows how Nigerian army moves Sheikh Zakzaky, leader of Islamic Movemnet in Nigeria, with a poor wheelbarrow!

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