Who was the woman that influenced Iraq's history by her martyrdom?

In our time there was a young, brave, intellectual, artistic lady called Bint al-Huda al-Sadr, Martyr Sadr’s sister, who managed to influence history by playing a role in the oppressed Iraq.

April 8th marks the martyrdom anniversary of Martyr Bint al-Huda al-Sadr and Martyr Ayatollah Mouhammad Baqir al-Sadr who were executed by Saddam for their revolutionary activities in 1980. On this occasion Khamenei.ir published parts of Ayatollah Khamenei's remarks on these two noble personalities:

Bint al-Huda Sadr​ led a feminine movement

DETENTION OF EL-ZAKZAKY AND WIFE IS THE WORST CASE OF HUMAN RIGHT VIOLATION SINCE COLONIAL ERA – FALANA

What is your take on the continued detention of the likes of El-Zakzaky, Nnamdi Kanu and Sambo Dasuki, whom the courts have granted bail, but are still under detention. What do you think about their continued detention? Unfortunately, the Buhari administration does not seem to appreciate that we are operating a democratic dispensation, otherwise, once a court has ordered that somebody be released on bail as in the case of Col. Sambo Dasuki and Nnamdi Kanu, the government cannot dance around it.

National Assembly to Revisit Shaikh Zakzaky’s Case

By John Chuks Azu

The National Assembly has directed its relevant committees to revisit the allegations surrounding continued detention of the leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Shaikh Ibraheem Zakzaky.

The Chief Whip, Alhassan Ado-Doguwa, said this yesterday, while receiving members of the Academic Forum of the Islamic Movement In Nigeria (AFIMN), who were protesting Zakzaky’s detention 125 days after a court ordered his release.

Abul Fadl Foundation/Academic Forum of Islamic Movement in Nigeria staged peaceful protest in Abuja

PRESS RELEASE
125 days gone : Democratic Government Disregard The Laws Of The Land
It is exactly one hundred and twenty five days today after a Federal High
Court sitting in Abuja presided by Honourable Justice Gabriel Kolawale
ordered the immediate and unconditional release of the leader of the
Islamic Movement in Nigeria, Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, but those holding him
in illegal detention under the guise of “protective custody” have
absolutely taken no notice of that important verdict or rather disregarded

Re:Nigerian govt re-arraigns El- Zakzaky’s chief security officer, two others

My attention was drawn to the above News report that appeared in the Premium Times News website and I saw lots of mischievous and malicious insinuations by the Buhari-led government. I took a decision to write a rejoinder to debunk the lies and straighten record. Excerpt from the Premium Times report stated: “The Federal Government on Monday re-arraigned Haruna Abbas, the chief security officer to Ibraheem El-Zakzaky and two others, before Justice Anwuli Chikere of the Federal High Court Abuja.

IMN members continue the protest against the illegal detention of its Leader Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky (H)

Members of the IMN continue to show their protest on the illegal detention of its leader His Eminence Sheikh Ibraheem Yaquob El Zakzaky (H) who has been in detention since December, 14th 2015 despite a Federal High court order ordering his release since December 2016.

Free Sheikh Zakzaky protest Staged in Nigerian city of Kaduna+picture

Fresh protest held today Friday 31/03/2017 in Nigerian city of Kaduna by Brothers and Sisters of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria, The protesters demanding Nigerian government to Obey the Court order and Release Sheikh Ibraheem Zakzaky, his Wife and hundreds of the detained members of the movement by the Nigerian government since 12-12-2015

3 key duties of a believer, recommended by Imam Mohammad al-Baqir (as)

The narration is from Imam Baqir (a.s.): "There are three things which are among the most important obligations of believers." One of these things is that one should treat other people in a fair way. That is to say, when one has to decide between observing justice at the cost of sacrificing oneself and not sacrificing oneself at the cost of ignoring justice, one must opt for the former. Whenever your opponent is in the right and you are wrong, act justly and accept that you are wrong although this means you have to swallow your pride. This is very difficult, but very important.

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