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184 Doctors From 7 Countries Write President Buhari Over El-Zakzaky (See Names)

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One hundred and eighty -four physicians from seven Islamic countries in a letter to the Federal Government called for the transfer of jailed Shiite leader, Sheikh Ibrahim el -Zakzaky , to a well – equipped hospital due to his critical conditions.

As reported by the Fars News on Sunday , the group of doctors from Pakistan , India , Iran, Afghanistan , Syria , Lebanon and Iraq in the letter pointed to el -Zakzaky ’s physical conditions , and asked the Federal Government of Nigeria to transfer him to a well -equipped hospital as soon as possible .

The full text of the letter is as follows:-

In the name of God, the healer, From the community of doctors To the President of the Republic of Nigeria , Mr. Buhari.

In the past several months , the world has constantly received troubling news regarding the health of one of the prominent figures in Nigeria , Shaikh Ibrahim Zakzaky .

Both Shaikh Ibrahim Zakzaky and his wife are kept in prison and the health status of both of them is very alarming .

We have chosen to be doctors even after knowing that this job is very difficult and troublesome, but we chose to save people ’ s lives and preferred the health of the society over our personal interests.

According to the medical reports regarding the health status of Shaikh Ibrahim Zakzaky:-

1 . He is suffering from a total blindness in the left eye , and is also suffering from vision problems in the right , eye including glaucoma and progressive macular atrophy. According to the diagnosis of the visiting physicians , Shaikh Zakzaky will lose his vision sooner or later if the current circumstances do not change .

2 . He has shown symptoms of Ischemic heart disease which can lead to Myocardial Infraction .

3 . He is also suffering from severe cervical spondylosis which has resulted to nerve root compression and symptoms are progressive causing insomnia .

4 . The experiments show that he has heavy metal toxicity including Lead and Cadmium .

Laboratory tests that are performed on May 31 st , 2019 show that blood lead level is 171 .94 µg / dl . Later on June 18 th, 2019 this level was reported to be 231. 48 µg while in the last laboratory test the blood lead level was three times more than the toxicity level ( grade 5 of poisoning ) .

“ Based on the points highlighted above , Shaikh Ibrahim Zakzaky should be transferred to a well – equipped medical center that has Neuro -ophthalmologist , glaucoma specialist and low vision expert , cardiologist , orthopedist and neurologist . Also he may need to have a surgery to reduce intraocular pressure .

“ We , doctors of different nationalities cannot take the health of any human for granted . This is something that is inherent in our obligation as doctors . Ignoring the critical health status of Sheikh Ibrahim Zakzaky can end up in irreparable consequences .

“ We request the government and parliament of Nigeria to immediately transfer him to a well -equipped hospital to prevent any unfortunate incidents .”

The News outlet then listed the doctors who signed the letter as follows:-

1 . Dr Abbas alahmad , Pediatrician , Syria
2 . Dr Abd alkrim Hariri , Neurosurgeon, Syria
3 . Dr Abd almonaam hsanato, Radiologist, Syria

4 . Dr Abdo salami , Dentist , Syria
5 . Dr Addel maheiri , Maxillofacial Specialist , Syria

6 . Dr Ahmad alrahal , Otorhinolaryngologist, Syria

7 . Dr Ahmaad alzien , Thoracic Internist , Syria
8 . Dr Ahmad nasrullah , Dentist , Syria

9 . Dr Ajmal Farooq , General practitioner , India
10 . Dr Alla Aldrin Hassan , Neurosurgeon, Syria

11 . Dr Allaa allnassan , General Surgeon
12 . Dr Amar kiali , Ophtalmologist , Syria

13 . Dr Anas hellali , General Surgeon , Syria
14 . Dr Asma Khalid, General practitioner , Pakistan

15 . Dr Bakri dablloni, Orthopedic Surgeon , Syria
16 . Dr Bassel alshaher, Dentist , Syria

17 . Dr Bsam kedeh , Gastroenterologist, Syria
18 . Dr Fadi alaar, Vascular Surgeon , Syria

19 . Dr Farhat , General practitioner , Pakistan
20 . Dr Fizza Batool Zaidi , General practitioner , Pakistan

21 . Dr Furqan Ali khan , General practitioner , Pakistan

22 . Dr Hania Batool Zaidi , General practitioner , Pakistan

23 . Dr Hassam Saleem , General practitioner , Pakistan

24 . Dr Hassan alkhatib , Vascular Surgeon , Syria
25 . Dr Hassan Khalil, Internist , Syria

26 . Dr Houda abdalhadi, Internist , Syria

27 . Dr Ibrahim hadid, Urologist, Syria
28 . Dr Idrak Hussain Bhat , General practitioner , India

29 . Dr Iftikar Hussain, General practitioner , India
30 . Dr Kashaf Zehra Durrani, General practitioner , Pakistan

31 . Dr Mamdoh zitoni, Orthopedic Surgeon , Syria

32 . Dr Manaaf sharbjii , Orthopedic Surgeon , Syria

33 . Dr Mhmmod Nasser, Gastroenterologist, Syria

34 . Dr Mirza Arsalan , General practitioner , India
35 . D . Mohamad mohiedin , Pediatrician , Syria

36 . Dr Mohanad battal , Pediatric Surgeon , Syria

37 . Dr mohanad naasan , General Surgeon , Syria
38 . Dr Mohanad zanoube , Ophtalmologist, Syria

39 . Dr Mohd Yaseen Mir, General practitioner , India

40 . Dr Motaz alhmod , General Surgeon , Syria

41 . Dr Muhammad Ajmal Hussain, General practitioner , Pakistan

42 . Dr Muhammad Ali Kazmi , General practitioner , Pakistan

43 . Dr Muhammad ali raseed , General practitioner , Pakistan

44 . Dr Muhammad Amjad Hussain, General practitioner , Pakistan

45 . Dr Muhammad Baqir, 4 year resident internal medicine , Pakistan

46 . Dr Mouhamad batikh, General Surgeon , Syria

47 . Dr Muhammad Farhan , General practitioner , Pakistan

48 . Dr Myllad zahlloq , Vascular Surgeon , Syria
49 . Dr Ossama attar , General Surgeon , Syria

50 . Dr Owais Raza General practioner ( MBBS ) , Pakistan

51 . Dr Owais Siddique, General practitioner , India
52 . Dr Raja Munawa , General practitioner , India

53 . Dr Saman Fatima , General practitioner , Pakistan

54 . Dr Samer alhames , Thoracic Surgeon , Syria
55 . Dr Samer sharbo , Vascular Surgeon , Syria

56 . Dr Sami bitar , Nephrologist , Syria
57 . Dr Saqib Hussain , General practitioner , India

58 . Dr Sharaf ud deen , General practitioner , Pakistan

59 . Dr Showkat Hussain Dar , General practitioner , India

60 . Dr Shyar mostafa , Neurosurgeon, Syria
61 . Dr Suhail Ahmad Mir, General practitioner , India

62 . Dr Syed ali kuamil , General practitioner Pakistan

63 . Dr Syed Muntazir Mousavi , General practitioner , India

64 . Dr Syed Wafadar Hussain Naqvi , General practitioner , Pakistan

65 . Dr Syeada Maimoona Batool Rizvi, General practitioner , Pakistan

66 . Dr Taher farfotli , Neurologist , Syria
67 . Dr Tahssin hmidi , General Surgeon , Syria

68 . Dr Waael akari, General Surgeon , Syria
69 . Dr wisaam dieb, General Surgeon , Syria

70 . Dr Yamen yousuf , Neurosurgeon, Syria
71 . Dr Yassin alrahal , Orthopedic Surgeon , Syria

72 . Dr Yousef sabsabi, Orthopedic Surgeon , Syria

73 . Dr Zaher and allaziz , Vascular Surgeon , Syria

74 . Dr Zaher batal , Nutritionist , Syria
75 . Dr Zaid Jeelani , General practitioner , India

76 . Dr Zeeshan Hadier , Liver transplant surgeon , Pakistan

77 . Dr Arezoo Mohtasham , Radiology Resident , Iran

78 . Dr Azadeh Hashemi , Radiology Resident, Afghanistan

79 . Dr Abolfazl Mohammadi , Orthopedic Surgeon , Iran

80 . Dr Amanollah Karami , Ophtalmologist, Iran
81 . Dr Amir Rahmanian , Emergency Medicine Resident , Iran

82 . Dr Amirhossein Izadyar , General PractitionePractitioner, Iran

83 . Dr Aniseh Aliabadi , Dermatology Resident, Iran

84 . Dr Hamed Abdi , Internist , Iran
85 . Dr Hojjat Madarshahi , otorhinolaryngologist , Iran

86 . Dr Hasan Boskabadi , Pediatrician and Neonatal Specialist , Iran

87 . Dr Hasan Rajabi , Iran
88 . Dr Hasan Sezavar, Iran

89 . Dr Hossein Amirzargir , Urolohist , Iran

90 . Dr Hossein Mohaddes Ardebili , Psychiatric Resident , Iran

91 . Dr Hamidreza Safaei , Radiology Resident , Iran

92 . Dr Hourieh Soleimani , Radiology Resident , Iran

93 . Dr Rahil Daghmagh , General Practitioner , Lebanon

94 . Dr Rose sadat Shamsa, General Practitioner , Iran

95 . Dr Reyhaneh Aminorroaya , Elderly Medicine Specialist , Iran

96 . Dr Zahra Behnam Rasouli , Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident, Iran

97 . Dr Zahra Jafar, General Practitioner , Lebanon

98 . Dr Zahra Joshaghani , Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist , Iran

99 . Dr Zahra Khalili Matinzadeh , Pediatrician , Iran

100 . Dr Zahra Movahedinia , General practitioner , Iran

101 . Dr Zahra Moaddab Shoar , Dentist , Iran
102 . Dr Zeinab Babasafari, General Practitioner , Iran

103 . Dr Sajedeh Mousavi, Physical Medicine Resident, Iran

104 . Dr Saiedeh Khatami , Dentist , Iran
105 . DT Soleiman Heidari , Toracic Surgeon , Iran

106 . Dr Samaneh Rahmani, General Practitioner , Iran

107 . Dr Seyed Javad Hosseininezhad , Neurologist , Iran

108 . Dr Syed Zaker Hossein Naqvi , General Practitioner , Pakistan

109 . Dr Syed Omran Hyder Zeidi , General Practitioner , Pakistan

110 . Dr Seyed Mohammadreza Parizadeh , Biochemistry Ph .D , Iran

111 . Dr Seyed Mohammadsadegh Mirzaei , general Practitioner , Iran

112 . Dr Seyed Moadkazem Mozaffari , General Practitioner , Iran

113 . Dr Seyed Naser Emadi , International Dermatologist , Iran

114 . Dr Seyedeh Afsar Sharafi , Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist , Iran

115 . Dr Seyedeh Zeinab Hashemi Javaheri, General Practitioner , Iran

116 . Dr Saeb Aliabadi , General Practitioner , Iran
117 . Dr Seddigheh Ayati , Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist , Iran

118 . Dr Tahereh Labbaf , Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist , Iran

119 . Dr Arefeh Edalatian , Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident, Iran

120 . Dr Atefeh Kermanshahi , General Practitioner , Iran

121 . Dr Abbas Shojaei , Otorhinolaryngologist, Iran

122 . Dr Azra Rashidnezhad , Neurology Resident, Iran

123 . Dr Afraalshahrstani , Pediatric Resident, Iraq

124 . Dr Atieh Mohebbi , Radiology Resident, Iran
125 . Dr Atieh Mohammadzadeh Vatanchi , Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist , Iran

126 . Dr Ali Ebrahimzadeh, Iran
127 . Dr Ali Anjomshoa , Anesthesiologist , Iran

128 . Dr Ali Taghiparvar , Epidemiologist, Iran
129 . Dr Ali Rezazadeh, Internist , Iran

130 . Dr Ali Fazli , Anesthesiologist , Iran
131 . Dr Ali Madarshahi, Internal Surgeon , Iran

132 . Dr Fatemeh Ouchi Ardebili , General Practitioner , Iran

133 . Dr Fatemeh Taghizadeh , Physical Medicine Resident , Iran

134 . Dr Fatemeh Joshaghani , Dentist , Iran
135 . Dr Fatemeh Dadelahi , Radiology Resident , Iran

136 . Dr Fatemeh Mehrparvar , Dentist , Iran
137 . Dr Fouzieh Takhari , Obstetrics and Gynecology Resident , Afghanistan

138 . Dr Ghasem Amini , Surgery Resident, Iran

139 . Dr Kamal Heydari , Dentist , Iran
140 . Dr Leila Moaddab Shoar , Radiotherapy and Oncology Specialist , Iran

141 . Dr Majid Habibzadeh Moghaddam, General Practitioner , Iran

142 . Dr Majid Abdollahi , Emergency Medicine Specialist , Iran

143 . Dr Majid Ghayour Mobarhen , Nutritionist, Iran

144 . Dr Mohammad Ebrahimi , Iran
145 . Dr Mohammad Sajjadi , Psychiatrist , Iran

146 . Dr Mohammad Sadeghi , Iran
147 . Dr Mohammadtaghi Rajabi Mashhadi, Surgeon , Iran

148 . Dr MohammadJafar Modabber Azizi, General Practitioner , Iran

149 . Dr Mohammadreza Behrouz , Iran
150 . Dr Mohammadreza Javdani , Family Medicine Resident , Iran

151 . Dr Mohammadali Kiani , Gastroenterologist, Iran

152 . Dr Mahmoud Jozhaghani , Cornea Specialist , Iran

153 . Dr Mahmoud Fatemi , Radiology Resident , Iran

154 . Dr Mahya Yargholi , Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist , Iran

155 . Dr Morteza Amiri Soleimani , Orthopedic Surgeon , Iran

156 . Dr Morteza Tajaddodi, General Practitioner , Iran

157 . Dr Maryam Sadat Paknezhad , Iranian Traditional Medicine Specialist , Iran

158 . Dr Maryam Rezaeian , Dentist , Afghanistan

159 . Dr Maryam Yargholi , Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist , Iran

160 . Dr Mozhgan Mahmoudian , Radiology Resident , Iran

161 . Dr Masoud Maleki, Dermatologist , Iran
162 . Dr Masoud Mahdavi , Radiologist, Iran

163 . Dr Mostafa Jafari , Internist , Iran
164 . Dr Malihe Akbari , General Practitioner , Iran

165 . Dr Malihe Hatefipour, General Practitioner , Iran
166 . Dr Mahdi Oughli , Internist , Iran

167 . Dr Mahdi Mokhtari , Ophtalmologist, Iran
168 . Dr Mahdieh Pouryazdanpanah, Nutritionist, Iran

169 . Dr Mahdi Miri , Internist , Iran
170 . Dr Mahsa Kia , General Practitioner , Iran

171 . Dr Milad Hadadi , Dentist , Iran
172 . Dr Najmeh Khodadadi , Iran

173 . Dr Najmeh Zamani , General Practitioner , Iran

174 . Dr Narjes Khatoun Movahedi Rad, General Practitioner , Iran

175 . De Narges Salehi , Cardiologist , Iran
176 . Dr Narges Arabzadeh , Internist , Iran

177 . Dr Nasrollah Hamraz , Internist , Afghanistan

178 . Dr Nafiseh Kazemi Rad , Radiology Resident , Iran

179 . Dr Nafiseh Aliabadi, Pediatric Resident, Iran
180 . Dr Nayerreh Khadem Ghayebi , Obstetrics and Gynecology Specialist , Iran

181 . Dr Hadi Hasanzadeh , General Practitioner , Iran

182 . Dr Hadi Sherouni , Otorhinolaryngologist, Iran

183 . Dr Hadi Jalali , General Practitioner , Iran
184 . Dr Rezaei , Interventional Cardiologist , Afghanistan ”

 

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Hawa Abdu, a 38-year old Nigerian mother of two was abducted by Boko Haram in 2014 and spent four years with the outlawed terrorist group moving around the north-east of Nigeria.

 

She has been living in Minawao, a camp for Nigerian refugees in the Far North region of Cameroon, since January 2018.

 

“In 2014, my mother was in Bama, a town in between the state capital of Borno State, Nigeria, and the border with Cameroon, so I went to see her.

 

One day, we were told by the local authorities that it was not safe to stay, but I refused to move my mother because she was sick.

 

The terrorists entered the town at 4 a.m. the next day and gathered in the market. It was beyond our power to prevent them.

 

“I heard gun shots from all sides, and in the confusion, my two children ran in one direction and I went with my mother in another. We were caught by terrorists and my mother was slapped and left on the ground.

 

“I was taken, many of us were taken, by the terrorists. We were driven to the town of Zamaimaya and then had to walk 10 kilometres into the bush.

 

“All but the young girls were forced to marry a Boko Haram fighter. I refused to begin with, however after three days I realized I had no choice but to agree, because they said if we did not marry, we would be executed.

 

I was ordered to convert to Islam, which I did before the marriage.

 

“After I married, I was beaten a lot and given very little food. One time I spent seven days without food. Sometimes I was given dindiri or beans to eat. I suffered a lot from hunger. I hated being married to a Boko Haram fighter.

 

“The terrorists killed many people in front of us. We did not have the power to stop that happening.

 

We moved around the bush a lot, changing locations day by day. God saved me during these harsh times.

 

“One day, my daughter Hadiza who is 13-years old managed to escape. I have not seen her since. I pray every day that she is still alive. I do not know where my mother is. And then later soldiers came and chased away Boko Haram, and they helped me and my other daughter, Fatima, who is now 14 years old, to escape.

 

“She is with me in Minawao camp today.

 

“I have spent over a year in this camp and have been given food and clothes by my neighbours. I have not eaten chicken since I have been here. I sell groundnuts to make a little money. I need a mat, a pot and more clothes.

 

“I am suffering from heart disease and anxiety and cannot forget how I was separated from my parents and brothers and the killings I saw. I think about this every day.

 

“One way, I can relax is by listening to music to Hausa Fulani songs. I sometimes borrow my neighbour’s phone to listen. It makes me happy; it gives me piece of mind.”

 

 

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An estimated 35,000 persons have lost their lives in the ongoing Boko Haram insurgency in Adamawa, Borno, and Yobe States and other parts of Nigeria since the beginning of the conflict in 2009, the United Nations has said.

 

“These are 35,000 too many deaths,” it said in a statement.

 

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“In total, 37 aid workers have lost their lives in service of humanity since the beginning of the conflict. We are here together to honour them and their grieving families, relatives, and children surviving them.

 

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“As respect for the laws of war weakens, aid workers are increasingly vulnerable, though they are more needed than ever before,” it added.

 

 

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Leader of the Islamic Movement in Nigeria (IMN), Ibrahim El-Zakzaky, has said that he enjoyed more freedom in Nigeria than in India.

 

El-Zakzaky and his wife, Zeenah, arrived in Nigeria on Friday after a botched medical treatment in India.

 

In a video made public on Saturday, the seemingly healthy-looking El-Zakzaky, during his trip to India, is seen talking with an unidentified Indian official.

 

“I have been about four years in prison now; a house fully furnished.

 

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The Federal Government once said it was spending N3.5 million monthly to feed El-Zakzaky and his family.

 

The IMN leader said he made the trip at his own expense, but that the Nigerian government told Indian authorities that they were “the ones bringing us.”

 

The Federal Government had said on Friday that El-Zakzaky’s repatriation became necessary after he attempted to seek asylum, Igbere TV reports.

 

 

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