On the eve of the birthday of Hadhrat Imam Hassan Mojtaba (AS), the second Shia imam, a group of cultural figures, professors of poetry and Persian literature, young and veteran Iranian poets as well as a number of poets from Pakistan, India and Afghanistan met with Leader of the Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei.
Peaceful protest was held today 21/6/2016 in Nigerian city of Kaduna by Brothers and sisters of the Islamic movement in Nigeria, The protesters demanding the immediate and unconditional release of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H), his wife and hundreds of the detained members of the movement by the Nigerian government since 12/12/2015.<\p>
By Fatima Sidi
The grief journey has many emotional peaks and valleys and lasts far longer than society in general recognizes. Because each person's grief journey is unique, you may find that you, your spouse and your family are all processing their grief at different speeds and in different ways. The loss of a child isn’t something you will get over, it is something you will learn to go through.
The Islamic Movement in Nigeria has received intelligence reports indicating that Nigerian Security agents have planned to carry out false flag operations unleashing mayhem in some unmentioned cities in the country, in an attempt to scuttle the marking of Qud’s Day celebration in the country.
This annual event, the IMN had peacefully marked successively for the past three decades in solidarity with the suffering people of Palestine every last week of the Holy month of Ramadan.
People with conscience all over the world were baffled, when on Tuesday 14th June, 2016 the Directorate of State Services, DSS mentioned before a Federal High Court in Abuja that it is holding the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky "in protective custody" in order to fend him off from those who are hell bent on murdering him.
In contemporary times, one may never have a justification to use Cesare Lambroso as a reference for establishing a criminal case, you cannot easily identify a person as a capable offender due to his physical characteristics as opined by the Italian criminologist. Seeing a person with big nose, excessive jaw, small head or extra-large head does not qualify him to be a criminal, while in classical criminological thought, it is one of the methods applied in recognizing an offender.
Name : Khadija bint-e-Khawailad (SA)
Title : Umm-ul-Momineen
Agnomen : Tahira
Father : Khawailad bin Asad
Mother: Fatemah bint-e-Zaedeh
Death : 10th Ramadan 3 years before Hijrah at the age of 64 years. Buried: in Makkah
Birth and Geneology
Hadrat Khadija (SA) was the first wife of the Holy Prophet (pbuh&hf). She was born in Makka. Her father's name was Khuwaylid bin Asad and he was a wealthy trader.
Responding to charges enforcing the fundamental human rights of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, IMN Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, counsel to the Department of State Security, DSS Barrister Tijjani Ghazali said the Sheikh is being detained with own consent.
He explained that the IMN leader is being kept under ?protective custody? for his own safety and that the DSS had spent N5.1 million treating him of injuries he sustained when he was attacked last December by the Nigerian Army.