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Iran welcomes El-Zakzaky to India, reveals next plan

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By Toby Prince

The Iranian foreign ministry has welcomed the leader of the Islamic Movement of Nigeria (IMN), Ibrahim El-Zakzaky and his wife to India.

In a statement by Foreign Ministry spokesman, Seyed Abbas Moussavi, on Tuesday, Mr El-Zakzaky’s trip could help resolve the problems with the Nigerian government.

“We hope that presence of Mr. Zakzaky outside the country will provide a better opportunity for resolving the problems of the last few years between the Islamic Movement of Nigeria and the government to guarantee the Shi’ites’ rights, removing the restrictions on the IMN and freedom of the prisoners,” Foreign Ministry spokesman, Seyed Abbas Moussavi, said on Tuesday.

“The Islamic Republic of Iran supports this process and declares its readiness for any assistance,” he added.
Moussavi also wished full health for Sheikh Zakzaky.

Quoting a statement, Fars News states that the IMN said Ibraheem Zakzaky and his wife had left for Delhi, accompanied by a government security escort to ensure their return.

“Sheikh Zakzaky, a prominent Shiite leader, has been in detention along with his wife for close to four years despite the deterioration of his health conditions.

“Last Tuesday, in an exclusive interview with FNA, Dr. Pourrahim Najafabadi, MD, said Sheikh Zakzaky needs to be cured by an experienced medical team of physicians in a specialised multi-specialty hospital outside Nigeria, since there is no such medical center in the African country.

“Meanwhile, there is a need for special medical care even in case of complete medical treatment. There is serious risk to Sheikh’s life if he is kept under detention,” said Najafabadi, the founder and spokesperson of a group of expert physicians who have volunteered to treat Sheikh Zakzaky.

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