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Zakir Abdul Karim Naik

Zakir Abdul Karim Naik

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Zakir Abdul Karim Naik Crown Prince & Rich Descendant of Osama BinLaden: By Dr. Hussain
Times always teach the human beings but human ignore the past and try to live happily in present anddream future. 9/11 and many other misfortunes taught us several lessons to protect ourselves on priorityand do not leave a room for any terrorism but our basic needs for survival deprive human from this mostimportant elements.Naik, the descendant of a terror legend Osama has been trying to evaluate him a right replacement of Osama Bin Laden and successfully delivered thousands of anti-moderate world lectures through his self-owned TV Channel Peace TV.It has been observed that Naik never allowed entering Europe, Canada and USA but his mission is thereand he is working well to create the hell for human beings.He is very intellectually brain washing the youth of a particular sect who has roots around the world.Osama Bin Laden was alone danger but Naik is having a large force for implementation of his so calledself-determining aspects of Islam of his adopted sect which can harm the world anytime.Naik advocated Osama as right persons and if world call Osama as terrorist, Niak said, all of Muslim(belong his sect) are terrorist.Naik is collecting about Pakistan Rupee over 5 Billion a year from overseas Pakistanis and from the samesect living in Pakistan. His fund raising ceremonies are widely sponsored by other terrorist organization,to destruct the world peace and harmony.Naik, a poorly born person! How he became a trillioner in a short time and how he established hisnetwork in a Hinduism own country? Who have been his sponsors for establishing Peace TV a full timerisk for rest of the world? Who is behind this man? How he can insult the religions adopted by majority of human beings? Islam never allow anyone to do so, Islam is a religion of peace and harmony.Why and how he alone can object the religions of the world? Why he is hiding his face undercover of inter-religion dialogue.He is the right person who can lead the Taliban Salfi sect while due to his media propaganda he isdeveloping anti-USA youth force in the world.Osama Bin Laden was a handicap who was not having the modern tool of war as compare to Naik! Whohave knowledge about modern world and their religions, he has his own media channel, he does not mindto go to Mander or Church because he is a juggler who has well commands over his show. I would like towrite few of the new Osama saying with timeline and reference for the sake of discloser of secrets of Naik: Newly Born Osama Bin Laden from the face of Naik admitted the followings facts and bravely said:Naik's views and statements on terrorism have at times been criticized in the media. In aYouTubevideo,speaking of Osama bin Laden,Naik said that he would not criticize bin Laden. He added that, "If binLaden is fighting enemies of Islam, I am for him," and that "If he is terrorizing the terrorist, if he isterrorizing America
 –
the terrorist, biggest terrorist
 –
I am with him. Every Muslim should be a terrorist.The thing is
that if he is terrorizing the terrorist, he is following Islam. Whether he is or not, I don’t know,
but you as Muslims know that, without checking up, laying allegations is also wrong."
 
 According to Naik, Taliban has been demonized by channels like BBC and CNN. He claims that Talibanrespect women a lot and fake videos of Taliban are being shown on the T.V. channels.
 In 2010, Naik said that he had been quoted out of context regarding the remarks on terrorism. "As far asterrorist is concerned," he said, "I tell the Muslims that every Muslim should be a terrorist. ... What is themeaning of the word terrorist? Terrorist by definition means a person who terrorizes. So in this contextevery Muslim should be a terrorist to each and every anti-social element.In a lecture delivered on 31 July 2008 on Peace TV, Naik commented on theattacks of 11 September:"it
 
is a blatant, open secret that this attack on the Twin Towers was done byGeorge Bushhimself".
 
Propagation of other faiths in Islamic states
Naik says that propagation of other religions within an Islamic state is forbidden while he appreciatespeople of other religions allowing Muslims to freely propagate Islam in their country. Naik explains this bysaying that, for example, mathematics teachers must teach that 2+2=4 and not 2+2=3 or 5. Likewise,
Naik argues, “regarding building of churches or temples, how can we allow this when their religio
n is
wrong and when their worshipping is wrong?
 
In August 2006 Naik's visit and conference inCardiff caused controversy when WelshMPDavid Daviescalled for his appearance to be cancelled. He said Naik was a "hate-monger", and that his viewsdid not deserve a public platform
2010 exclusion from the UK and Canada
Naik was denied entry into the United Kingdom and Canada in June 2010.
 He was banned fromentering the UK byHome SecretaryTheresa Mayafter arranging to give talks in London and Sheffield.
 
May said of the exclusion order, "Numerous comments made by Dr Naik are evidence to me of hisunacceptable behavior".
 Naik argued that the Home Secretary was making a political decision and not
 
a legal one, and his lawyer said the decision was "barbaric and inhuman". He also claimed that hiscomments were taken out of context.
 Film producer Mahesh Bhattsupported Naik, saying the ban constituted an attack onfreedom of speech.
 It was reported that Naik would attempt to challenge the
 
ruling in theHigh Court.
 His application for judicial review was dismissed on 5 November 2010.
 Naik
 
was forbidden from entering Canada after Tarek Fatah,founder of theMuslim Canadian Congress, 
 
warned MPs of Naik's views.
 Naik was ranked 89 on 
s list of the "100 Most Powerful Indians in 2010".
 He wasranked 82 in the 2009 edition.
  According toPraveen Swami,Naik is "perhaps the most influentialSalafiideologue in India".
Sanjiv Buttoosays he is acknowledged as an authority on Islam,
 
but is known for making negative remarks about other religions.(My Question is that how a poor class person without having any wealth or good back ground reachesthis position by his own?)In 
,Sadanand Dhumecriticized Naik for recommending the death penalty for homosexuals and for apostasy from the faith.
 He also criticized him for calling for India to be ruled by
 
Shariah law. He added that, according to Naik, Jews "control America" and are the "strongest in enmity toMuslims." He maintained that Naik supports a ban on the construction of non-Muslim places of worship inMuslim lands as well as the Taliban's bombing of the Bamiyan Buddhas. Dhume argues that peoplereportedly drawn to Naik's message include Najibullah Zazi, the Afghan-American arrested for planning
 
suicide attacks on the New York subway; Rahil Sheikh, accused of involvement in a series of trainbombings in Bombay in 2006; and Kafeel Ahmed, the Bangalore man fatally injured in a failed suicideattack on Glasgow airport in 2007. He concluded that unless Indians find the ability to criticize such aradical Islamic preacher as robustly as they would a Hindu equivalent, the idea of Indian secularismwould remain deeply flawed.
 published a profile of Naik entitled "The controversial preacher" after he was bannedfrom the United Kingdom. According to 
,"the fact is that barring the band of Muslims whosebruised egos Naik suitably massages through his Islam supremacist talks, most rational Muslims andnon-Muslims find his brand of Islam a travesty of the faith". 
 also claimed that "the Wahabi-Salafist brand of Islam, bankrolled by petro-rich Saudi Arabia and propagated by preachers like Naik,does not appreciate the idea of pluralism."
 The article quotes Muslim scholar Wahiduddin Khan:"Dawah, which Naik also claims to be engaged in, isto make people aware of the creation plan of God, not to peddle some provocative, dubious ideas as Naikdoes". He adds: "The wave of Islam-phobia in the aftermath of 9/11 and the occupation of Iraq and Afghanistan have onl
y added to the Muslims’ sense of injury. In such a situation, when a debater like
Zakir Naik, in eloquent English, takes on preachers of other faiths and defeats them during debates, the
Muslims’ chests puff with pride".
 Indian journalistKhushwant Singhsays he "disagree[s] with almost everything [Naik] has to say about
 
misconceptions about Islam". Singh argues that Naik's pronouncements are "juvenile", and said "theyseldom raise above the level of undergraduate college debates, where contestants vie with each other toscore brownie points".
 Singh also says Naik's audiences "listen to him with rapt attention and oftenexplode in enthusiastic applause when he rubbishes other religious texts".
 Yoginder Sikandwrote in 2011 that influential sections of theDeobandicommunity in India were
 
beginning to hold a negative view of Naik. They said he was not abiding by 
 (Islamic consensus)
 
and 
 (analogical deduction of the Quran and Hadith), and therefore, in Sikand's view, was
 
undermining their authority.
 Torkel Brekke,a professor of religious history in Norway, calls Naik a "very controversial figure" becauseof his rhetorical attack on other religions and other varieties of Islam.
 He writes that Naik is "stronglydisliked" by many members of the Indian
ulema 
for ignoring their authority and stating that anybody caninterpret the Quran.
 ConservativeDeobandimullahs have accused Naik of "destroying Islam" by
 
driving Muslims away from the correct religious authorities.
 While being lauded by some of his Muslim contemporaries for hisdawahwork and for the fact he hasbrought people to Islam, he has been criticized for his opposition totaqlid;that is, the following of one of 
 
the four acceptedmadhabs,or schools, of Islam.
Taqlidis one of the established principles of Islam, so
 
fundamental in fact that some have accused those who reject it of "deviancy",
 a much weightier claim
 
than the word might otherwise indicate. However, Naik's claims have been repeatedlychallenged.
 Khaled Ahmedcriticized Naik for "indirectly support[ing]"Al-Qaedaby referring toOsama bin Ladenas a "soldier of Islam".
 In 2008 an Islamic scholar inLucknow,shahar qazi Mufti Abul Irfan Mian Firangi
 
Mahali, issued afatwaagainst Naik, saying that he supportedOsama bin Laden,and that his teachings were un-Islamic.

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