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  3. Many questions have been asked about the background of the latest campaign to get medical treatment for Shaykh Zakzaky and why the choice of India was made. Below is a summary to help explain some of the circumstances: 1. In early 2019, news was circulating that the health of the Shaykh was deteriorating in prison and pressure was put on Nigerian authorities by the Shaykh’s legal team to allow for an independent assessment to be made by private doctors. This continued pressure brought about a decision from the Nigerian courts to allow the Shaykh a visit from doctors of his choice. 2. In extraordinary circumstances, in April 2019, IHRC sent a group of doctors to Nigeria with the hope of assessing Shaykh Zakzaky. This was a dangerous mission and it was unknown whether it would reap any fruit. In fact, even seeing the Shaykh was unlikely. However, with persistence, Massoud Shadjareh, the head of IHRC, along with a group of doctors from India, were able to persuade authorities to visit Shaykh Zakzaky. This was the first time any foreigners were allowed to see Shaykh Zakzaky and even the first time an independent photograph was taken of the Shaykh since the Zaria massacre. This allowed for an opportunity to medically examine the Shaykh, take samples for the labs and with rudimentary equipment do some tests. The group was only in Nigeria for a short number of days and their limited access to the Shaykh ended. 3. Weeks later, the results of the medical assessment became apparent and we were told that Shaykh Zakzaky had many health complications, including bullets lodged in his body, eyesight problems, diabetes and heart problems. But most worrying was the significantly high amounts of lead poison found in his blood. We were told that untreated, this would kill him within a short period of time. 4. The legal team made their case to the Nigerian courts that Shaykh Zakzaky needed urgent medical attention. Their initial demands were rejected as unfounded, without evidence. Thereafter, following much negotiation, a medical report was made by the group of doctors who initially assessed him and was presented to the Nigerian court. The report proved that the Shaykh was in need of urgent medical treatment and that such treatment was unavailable in Nigeria. 5. The courts agreed to hear the case and the legal team prepared its documentation. Multiple countries were approached to see which could provide Shaykh Zakzaky with the required travel permission and medical treatment. However, based on the legal team’s assessment and after various considerations, India became the only viable country to consider. There were reasons for this: Firstly, the situation was time critical due to the Shaykh’s deteriorating health. Secondly, by chance the group of doctors that initially managed to assess the Shaykh, came from India and they were the people who wrote the medical report and offered further assistance. Thirdly, the Shaykh himself trusted these doctors and asked that his medical treatment be done through them. And fourthly, India was a well known destination for medical tourism. In any case, IHRC were looking for other viable options as well, and the factors to consider were the expertise of the doctors, their familiarity with the case, finding a suitable hospital, and to have doctors that could be trusted to handle this important personality. However, at this junction, the courts had already agreed to hear the case based on the findings from the Indian doctors. To change paths would mean that the window of opportunity could shut and not be opened again. From a legal standpoint, this was the only opportunity and as such things proceeded. In spite of this, various other countries were being worked on as secondary options, in case of a scenario where they could be viable options. 6. Knowing full well that the situation was critical, the Free Zakzaky Global campaign was mobilised with activists around the world starting their campaign. It was clear to us that Shaykh Zakzaky and his legal team were asking for him to be freed in order to receive urgently needed medical attention, and as such those were the campaign demands too. The global campaign focused on protests in different world cities including in London where activists started a permanent protest outside the Nigerian High Commission. Meanwhile in Abuja, thousands of Shaykh Zakzaky’s supporters protested in the streets unfortunately resulting in the Nigerian army killing scores of them. In addition to protests, a sustained online social media campaign was underway which internationalized the case of Shaykh Zakzaky. 7. In Nigeria, court proceedings included many adjournments, deliberations between the legal team and the Nigerian government’s prosecution and out of court negotiations. Admist these sessions, another court decided to issue a statement proscribing Shaykh Zakzaky’s movement as a terrorist organisation further complicating matters. Nevertheless, the judge finally concluded and issued a verdict on Monday 5th August granting Shaykh Zakzaky permission to travel for medical treatment. However, this permission restricted his travel to India alone and more specifically to the Medanta Hospital. In addition, the court said that Nigerian officials would ‘supervise’ his visit. Although Medanta was not the preferred choice, and it was chosen by the Nigerian authorities, the Shaykh was left with a decision, either to stay in detention in Nigeria or to embark on this trip to the Medanta Hospital in India. He chose to travel to India. The understanding was that Shaykh would travel on his own expense to India and receive treatment from his own trusted doctors. 8. Upon hearing this news, campaigners around the world were joyous at the breakthrough. Shaykh Zakzaky was to get the urgent medical treatment he sought after, and for us that was a victory. It was a breakthrough in a campaign which included London activists finally ending their 24/7 protest that lasted 33 days outside the Nigerian High Commission. 9. On Monday 12th August, Shaykh Zakzaky was released from his detention facility and travelled from Kaduna to Abuja and then to India via Dubai. However, upon arriving to India, a series of complications transpired that made it apparent that this trip may not achieve its goals. Most noteworthy was that Nigerian officials from the Embassy and their security personnel were no longer simply ‘supervising’ but rather had taken control of all affairs related to the Shaykh’s treatment. They had liaised with Indian authorities such that they could act with impunity. Indian authorities were informed that Shaykh Zakzaky was a terrorist who needed heavy handed treatment. This was supposed be a trip for medical tourism, in which Shaykh had been granted permission to travel. It was not supposed to be a political or inter-governmental initiative with interference from government agencies and armed personnel who would harass the Shaykh and be abusive. The circumstances created by the Nigerian and Indian authorities ultimately prevented Shaykh from his chosen doctors, his legal team, his own security and his advisors, and thereafter tried to appoint their own doctors for him. Shaykh described his hospital room as yet another detention facility but even stricter than that in Nigeria. 10. At this point Shaykh could no longer trust the treatment he was being offered. The people who were responsible for poisoning him, killed his 6 sons, massacred thousands of members of his movement and who kept him unlawfully in detention for the last 3 and a half years, could not possibly be solely given the responsibility of his treatment in a foreign country without any supervision from his close advisors and legal team. This was unacceptable. The role of the cruel Nigerian security services went above and beyond simple ‘supervision’ and the actions of the Indian authorities in facilitating the harassment at the hands of the Nigeria security services was extraordinary, violating medical ethics and human rights of a patient. These circumstances were something no sensible person could continue to trust or have faith in. 11. The Shaykh put out video messages from his hospital room, describing his situation, explaining that he has been prevented from receiving adequate medical treatment for his needs due to the interference of the Nigerian authorities and declared his intention to return to Nigeria. 12. It is important to note here that Shaykh Zakzaky is an intelligent scholar and revolutionary who makes his own decisions. He is the leader of millions of people and is a wise decision maker. In no way, should anyone think that the respected Shaykh has other people or organisations telling him what to do or what to think. He receives advice from a number of sources, including from IHRC, IMN and others, but he was the person who decided to travel to India and he was the person who decided to return to Nigeria. And true to his word, he returned without medical treatment even though it meant walking back into his prison cell. #FreeZakzaky - Ahlulbayt Islamic Mission (AIM) & The Free Zakzaky Global Campaign
  4. Im Namen Allahs, des Gnädigen, des Barmherzigen Man kann beides sagen. Es ist sogar empfohlen beides zu sagen bzw. noch mehr zu sagen. Die -meiner Meinung nach- beste Form wäre: In Ruku: 1× Subhana Rabbi al Azim wa bi Hamdi 3× SubhanAllah 1× Segensgruß (Salawat) auf den Propheten und seine reine Familie In Sadschda: 1× Subhana Rabbi al Ala wa bi Hamdi 3× SubhanAllah 1× Segensgruß (Salawat) auf den Propheten und seine reine Familie Man kanns auch kurz halten und einfach 3× SubhanAllah sagen, aber diese längere Form die vielleicht 5-10 Sekunden länger dauert, bringt viele Vorteile mit sich und ist deswegen sehr empfohlen. Mögen wir die Zufriedenheit Allah 's (swt.) İnşaAllah erreichen.
  5. Yesterday
  6. Salam aleykum, ich glaube man sagt Subhana Rabbi yal-a wa bihamdi oder 3x Subhanallah und nicht beides. Wasalam
  7. Salam Aleykum, Man sagt ja während des Ruku's "Subhana rabbi-yal-a' wa bihamdi" oder 3× "Subhanallah". Ich habe aber auch schon gesehen, dass man das auch beides macht? (Bei Sujood dann auch erst "Subhana rabbi-yal-a' wa bihamdi" und dann noch 3× "Subhanallah" ) Kann man das so machen?
  8. wer noch keinen Twitter-Account hat, kann sich ja noch einen anlegen, inshaALLAH!!!
  9. Salam aleikum Im Unterforum Namens ,,Off-Topic" hab ich auch ein paar Sachen bezüglich Sheikh Zakzaky gepostet wie zum Beispiel zur Hashtag Aktion für Sheikh Zakzaky am Montag den 19.08.2019 (wer noch keinen Twitter-Account hat, kann sich ja noch einen anlegen, inshaALLAH!)
  10. *Twitter Storm For Sheikh Zakzaky* Be ready to storm Twitter to debunk the lies of the Nigerian Government against #SheikhZakzaky (H) with regards to his medical trip to #India *Hashtag :- #FGLiesAgainstZakzaky* Date And Time :- 19/08/2019 Nigeria: 4:00pm Palestine: 6:00pm Pakistan 8:00pm Iran: 6:30pm Iraq: 6:00pm India: 8:30pm UK: 3:00pm (GMT) Turkey: 6:00pm Canada: 11am (Ottawa) USA: 11am (New York) Lebanon: 6:00pm. Germany: 5:00pm #FreeZakzaky #FreedomForZakzaky #FreeZakzakyForTreatment #DeathToBuhari 📱 Telegram.me/FreeZakzakyEnglish 📱 Telegram.me/ResistanceMedia313 💬 Twitter.com/ResistMedia313
  11. Salam, Dua Allahumma kun li waliyyik – Bittgebet zum Erflehen der Rückkehr des 12. Imams Im Namen Gottes des Erbarmers, des Barmherzigen Oh Allah segne Muhammad und die Angehörigen Muhammads Oh Allah, sei für Deinen Vertrauten, dem (beweiskräftigen) Argument, Sohn des Hasan (al-Askari) – Deine Segnungen seien auf ihm und auf seinen Vätern – sowohl in dieser Stunde als auch in jeder Stunde, ein Vertrauter und ein Hüter, eine Führung und ein Siegesbringer, ein Wegweiser und Vorausschauer, bis Du ihn (schließlich) in Deine Erde gütig einziehen lässt, in dem Du ihm (dann) lange darin Genuss gewährst. Wasalam ⚘
  12. Salam Bittgebet der Erlösung [dua-ul-faradsch] Aus Mafatih-ul-Dschinaan Oh Allah, furchtbar war das Unglück, und seine üblen Konsequenzen sind sichtbar, die Verhüllung wurde entfernt, (alle) Hoffnungen wurden abgeschnitten, die (massenhafte) Erde ist geschrumpft (sodass nur wenig verschont ist), die himmlischen Segnungen wurden zurückgehalten. Du allein kannst helfen, wir wenden uns mit unserer Sorge und unserem Kummer an Dich, wir haben volles Vertrauen in Dich, in der Zeit der Bedrängnis, wie auch in guten und glücklichen Zeiten. Oh Allah, sende Deine Segnungen auf Muhammad und seine reine Nachkommenschaft, denen wir aufgrund Deines Befehls gehorchen müssen, durch welchen wir ihrem Rang und Stellung gewahr werden, und lass Freude dem Schmerz für uns folgen, um ihren Willen, sofort, im Handumdrehen, noch rascher als das. Oh Muhammad, oh Ali, oh Ali, Oh Muhammad, gebt mir genug, denn ihr beide versorgt genügend. Helft mir, denn ihr beide helft und schützt. Oh unser Herr, oh Imam der Zeit, Hilf! Hilf! Hilf! Erreiche mich! Erreiche mich! Erreiche mich! Sofort, zu dieser Stunde! Sofort, zu dieser Stunde! Sofort, zu dieser Stunde! Schnell! Schnell! Schnell, Oh Allbarmherziger, um den Willen Muhammads und seiner reinen Nachkommenschaft Wasalam💖
  13. Last week
  14. Salam, Das Berühren von Urin und Blut macht die Gebetswaschung nicht ungültig. Ich denke nicht, dass man dazu jetzt extra eine Fatwa gegeben hat. In den Fiqh Büchern wird das erörtert, was alles den Wudu bricht. Wichtig hierbei ist, dass die Kleidung des Betenden rein ist. Also sollte deine Kleidung in Berührung mit Blut oder Urin kommen, müsstest du deine Kleidung wechseln zum beten. Wa Salam
  15. Salam, Hat niemand eine Fatwa dazu?
  16. Howal Ahad Salam Aleykum Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei (möge Allah ihn uns lange erhalten): „Wenn ein Mensch sich in der Dunkelheit befindet, wird er hiernach das Licht intensiver wahrnehmen und fühlen. Es sind eben diese Leiden, durch die man Gott von Nahem erblicken kann. Die verschiedenen Ereignisse dürfen den Menschen nicht brechen. Der Mensch darf nicht denken die Welt sei zum Ende gekommen."
  17. Assalamu alaykum Bismillah al-Rahman al-Rahim Sie verlangten von ihm (Sheikh Zakzaky), dass er die Entscheidungen der nigerianischen Regierung zustimme, damit er medizinische Versorgung in Indien erhalte, doch er lehnte ab und kehrte zurück nach Nigeria, um wie Imam Hussein keinen Treueid dem unterdrückerischen Yazid des Nigerias zu geben, weswegen er (Imam Hussein) mit seinem Leben im Kampf für die Gerechtigkeit bezahlte und als Sieger hervorging. #FREEZAKZAKY Wasalam
  18. Die totalitäre Vision - Der Internationale Währungsfonds plant, schrittweise den vollüberwachten Zahlungsverkehr einzuführen und Bürger zukünftig für Bargeldzahlungen zu bestrafen https://www.rubikon.news/artikel/die-totalitare-vision
  19. Howal Ahad Salam Aleykum Der Sprecher der jemenitischen Ansarullah, Mohamad Abdu-Salam, hat beim Treffen mit Imam Sayyed Ali Khamenei Folgendes verkündet: „Wir erachten Ihre Statthalterschaft als eine Fortsetzung der Linie des Gesandten Allahs und der Statthalterschaft des Fürsten der Gläubigen."
  20. ich hoffe es geht euch gut . Meine Frage lautet, ob das erlaubt ist, dass man einem Freitag ein anderes Ghusl verrichtet als Ghsul für den Freitag. Also z.B Ghsul im Dschanaba Zustand? Genauer gesagt nicht die Niyya von Ghusl Freitag, sondern niyya dschanaba oder dass man sogar beides gleichzeitig machen darf? ich glaube schon das man das darf aber ich wollte zur Sicherheit fragen ,
  21. Amin und tut mir leid war nicht meine Absicht . salam
  22. Salam Aleykum, Herr Sayyed Kamal Bagherzadeh hat das veröffentlicht. Nachrichtenseiten wie mashreghnews haben darüber auch berichtet: https://www.mashreghnews.ir/news/983834/پیام-معنادار-رهبر-انصارالله-به-رهبر-انقلاب
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  24. Erlaubst du mir die Frage, durch welche Wege, Quellen, Bücher etc. dieses Geschehnis bestätigt wurde?
  25. Howal Ahad Salam Aleykum, Hojjatol Eslam Sayyed Kamal Bagherzadeh erzählt, dass vor einigen Jahren ein Abgesandter von Sayyed Abdul Malik Al-Houthi aus dem Jemen zu Sayyed Hassan Nasrollah nach Libanon ging um ihm als ihren Imam den Treueschwur (Baya’a) zu geben. Sayyed Hassan sagte, statt Beirut hättet ihr nach Tehran gehen müssen. Ich reichte die Hand für den Treueschwur einem anderen Sayyed (Imam Khamenei)
  26. Salam, @Ghadeer mich würde rein aus Neugier interessieren, wie deine Geschichte weiter verlief, nun ein paar Monate später, wenn du die Frage erlaubst. wasalam
  27. Salam alaikum Nichts zu danken. Aller Dank gebührt nur Allah swt Wasalam
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