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“Ummah” Doesn’t Cry or Speak For Zakzaky ‘Cause Zakzaky Is Shi’a

by Jonathan Azaziah

Jummah Mubarak. Please do keep Sheikh Ibrahim Yaqoub al-Zakzaky, who remains unjustly imprisoned alongside his wife in a Nigerian regime dungeon, sincerely present in your prayers today, as well as all the families of the Zaria Martyrs whose hearts are still in shambles. “The Ummah” has not only forgotten them, but abandoned and betrayed them; the Saudi regime’s ever-corrupting money, fused with the heavy-handed brainwashing techniques of the US-‘Israeli’ Empire, has created the vilest of vile fitnah. Reflecting further on Zakzaky’s plight and the failure of the Muslim world as a whole to come to his aid, I am reminded of the Wahhabi-Salafi doctrine of fighting the “internal oppressor” or “immediate enemy”, prioritized by the likes of the “Muslim” Brotherhood, Hizb ut-Tahrir, CAIR, etc., before fighting the “external oppressor” or “enemy from afar”. One would think that the Islamic Movement of Nigeria’s bright-faced leader fits this description to the letter, for Zakzaky is one of the world’s premier ‘Ulama who has been monstrously persecuted by a secular tyrant for preaching Islam that is both anti-Imperialist and anti-Zionist in solidarity with the globe’s Moustazafeen. Muhammadu Buhari and Goodluck Jonathan before him are the very embodiment of “internal oppressors”. Continue reading “Ummah” Doesn’t Cry or Speak For Zakzaky ‘Cause Zakzaky Is Shi’a