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​Fulani “Herdsmen” …the Way Forward By Prof Abdussamad Umar Jibia

 “Recently there was an attack in Benue state that claimed many lives. The claim by the state Government is that the attack was carried out by Fulani herdsmen, whatever that means. But this is not the first time lives were lost in Benue due to the problem of clashes between farmers and herders encroaching upon their farmlands.  Continue reading

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​(ROHINGYA MUSLIMS) FORGOTTEN BY HISTORY AND AN ABANDONED RACE BY THE WORLD.​

In 1799, Francis Buchanan, a​surgeon with the British East India Company, traveled to Myanmar and met members of a Muslim ethnic group “who have long settled in Arakan [Rakhine], and who call themselves Rooinga, or natives of Arakan.” 
That would indicate there were self-identified Rohingya living in Rakhine at least 25 years before the 1823 cut-off for citizenship.
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​MURIC knocks Fayose on proposed Mosques demolition, berates pseudo-critics …says Fayose has murdered sleep

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The Muslim Rights Concern (MURIC) has condemned the planned demolition of some mosques in Ekiti state, by the state Governor, Ayodele Fayose ,describing as an act of aggression against the peace-loving and law-abiding Muslims of the state.​​ Continue reading

Pastor Ibitoye Reuben Idowu Refused to apologise for slandering Muslims of Kwara State 

Muslims in Nigeria have been collectively going through hate attacks and overt total intolerance from Christians. As one would have expected, Christian clerics should be those mentoring it’s flocks on good behavior and refusal to use vile comments and attacks on Muslims. Nay, from verbal abuse to verbal accusation to actual attacks plus media propaganda, all 4 chain of oppression had been used on Muslims and is still been used. 

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IGBO Christians are now Analyst of Hijab that doesn’t concern them

As usual, since Muslims are at the receiving end on this issue of Amasa Firdaus hijab, some Christians (The Biggest haters of any thing Muslim and Islam), “Igbo Christians” have taken it as a job to point, criminalize ,prosecute, prosecute again and throw into prison bring out and prosecute then finally throw to prison a Muslim without sincerety and honesty. 

But than God they are mere humans who possess not a whif of supernatural ability. Below are Christians comment and counter comment by a Muslim .
 

Christians One Comment 

   Chukwuma James says:

December 19, 2017 at 8:16 AM

Amasa Firdaus a Muslim faithful just graduated from the Nigerian Law school but was not called to bar because she refused to remove her hijab. This Issue Continues To Linger and it deserves some consideration and an objective discussion.

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​HIJAB SAGA AT THE CALL TO BAR: AN EYE WITNESS ACCOUNT (a non Muslim).

All through my life I have never experienced the kind of hatred and disgust towards a fellow human being as what I saw on 12th December, 2017. I arrived the ICC for the call on time, followed the queue and entered the hall.
When the BOB filed in, we all stood up as a sign of respect and followed the instructions as expected of aspirants to the Bar. Every thing was going smoothly until the time a lady approached the podium to receive hand shake and collect her certificates. As she moved down the podium and made to return to her seat, I noticed Mrs. Mevayen Jemialu, a lecturer at the Nigerian Law School, Abuja campus, walking at a very fast pace towards this lady.
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Rahmat Goldfish shouldn’t have spoken against Amasa Firdaus 

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“…My position on Ms. Fidaus and the hypocrisy of religious persons nationwide.

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Hypocrisy of Muslims she meant.

 Is she a Muslim? What temerity does she imbibed to call Muslims hypocrite? Let’s see what she has for us. 

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My name is Rahmat, a practising muslim.

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A Muslim don’t call himself or herself practising, it is those in his or her surroundings that point this out. 

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 Most days I am covered and once in a while I am not.

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