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HENB | Mumbai | July 7, 2016:: The most communal, anti-Hindu and controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik faced more heat today with the government saying “appropriate action” will be taken against him over his speeches that were reported to have inspired some of the Dhaka attackers, calling it “highly objectionable”.
Various Hindu Forums including HEF (Hindu Existence Forum), HJS (Hindu Janajagruti Samiti), VHP (Vishwa Hindu Parishad) and Patriotic Media welcome the action against most communal and anti-Hindu Zakir Naik.
As Mumbai-based Naik came under the scanner, senior Congress leader Digivjaya Singh was in the BJP’s line of fire after a 2012 video showing him share a dais with the 50-year-old televangelist praising him at an event to promote communal harmony surfaced today.
Security personnel were deployed outside Naik’s ‘Islamic Research Foundation’ office at Dongri area in South Mumbai as a precautionary measure in the wake of the escalating row over his alleged hate speeches. It is also believed that Zakir Naik had also secret connection with Raza Academy and their alleged role in Azad Maidan violence on 11 August 2012.
The communal faces of Zakir Naik was exposed many times earlier whether it was an attack on Lord Ganesh or in a process of humiliation of renowned Hindu Guru Sri Sri Ravi Shankar.
Hindu Existence Forum raised the voice in many times earlier against this Islamic moron in its reporting like:
Hindu Janajagruti Samiti also conducted various trail against Naik to nail him before the law enforcement in their important campaign as below:
Agniveer challenged Dr Zakir Naik various times for having a discussion to know his own faults, but Zakir never turned up. Series of questionnaires were sent to Zakir but not answered yet.
And the unique stand taken by the Sudarshan TV Channel with a series of programmes under Pardafansh (पर्दाफाश) which exposed the Zakir’s satanic face to the public ultimately.
Even then, the shameless Zakir Naik was allowed to run his programmes with the help of anti-Hindu Congress conspirators and unfortunately BJP Govt in Delhi was also in dilemma to act strictly. But, after the revelation of Zakir’s alleged incitement and brainwashing of the Dhaka Bakery ISIS attackers put this so called Islamic preacher in an iron hand of NIA (National Investigation Agency) particularly.
“The Home Ministry will study (his speeches). It will take appropriate action after studying them. His speeches, as being reported in the media, are highly objectionable,” the new Information and Broadcasting Minister M Venkaiah Naidu told reporters in Delhi.
Naidu’s remarks came a day after Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju hinted at action against the preacher after looking into whether Naik through his speeches glorifies terrorist acts by Muslims. Naik yesterday asserted that his speech on Islam and terror has been taken out of context and claimed that he had only said Muslims should terrorize anti-social elements.
Naik’s speeches are believed to have inspired some of the Bangladeshi militants, who killed 22 people, mostly foreigners, at an upscale restaurant in Dhaka last Friday. Digvijay Singh, who was seen praising Naik in the 2012 video, defended himself, saying if there was any evidence against the preacher, then the Indian and Bangladeshi governments should take action against him. In the video, Singh told Naik that he should take his message of peace world over.
“I have appealed for communal harmony and opposed religious fundamentalism and terrorism by either Hindus or Muslims,” the Congress leader added.
However, BJP was quick to target Singh and also demanded action against Naik, saying he was a “threat” to national security as it was clear from his speeches that he “incited” people.
“Terrorism is enemy of humanity. Anybody who directly or indirectly abets it is guilty. People like him (Naik) are a threat to our national security. Government agencies should decide on action against him under the existing legal system. It is clear that he incited people,” party national secretary Shrikant Sharma said.
Coming to the defence of Singh, Congress Chief Spokesperson Randeep Surjewala said his senior colleague has himself stated that he only appealed for peace, harmony and brotherhood.
Surjewala said the NDA government should take decisive action against Naik or any other individual or organisation found indulging in anti-India activities.
“There is no place in our society for obscurantist & extremist thoughts. Congress party has always fought the forces of hate and division who have threatened India’s integrity,” he added.
Zakir Naik is also a big threat to Indian constitution, judiciary and also the multi-cultural society here as he wants an Islamic supremacy in Indian soil and also wants to Sharia Law defying the constitution of India.
TN Raghunatha reports from Mumbai in Daily Pioneer (July 7th) that “*”The Shiv Sena on Wednesday demanded that controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik be banned from indulging in preaching and that all his activities be investigated in the wake of reports that two of the seven terrorists responsible for the recent Dhaka attack were “inspired” by him.
In a letter written to Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh, senior Sena functionary and party MP from south Mumbai Arvind Sawant asked to impose a ban on the activities of Zakir Naik and his affiliated organisations and prevent his movement across the country.
Alluding to news reports that two of the seven terrorists who hacked to death 20 people at a Dhaka cafe last week were “inspired” by Naik, Sawant said, “This is not the first incident that terrorists have named Zakir Naik for such inspiration. The boys who joined ISIS from India have also made the same statement as that of terrorists behind the Dhaka attack”.
Naik, in his lecture aired on Peace TV, an international Islamic channel, had reportedly “urged all Muslims to be terrorists”. Two attackers Rohan Imtiaz and Nibras Islam were purportedly “inspired” by Naik.
Naik, who is the founder of Mumbai-based Islamic Research Foundation, has been banned in the UK and Canada for his hate speech aimed against other religions.
Apart from demanding steps to prevent Naik’s movements across the country, Sawant urged the Union Home Minister to order investigations into all the activities of the controversial preacher, the sources of funding for his organisation and the manner in which he utilised the funds. “In addition to ban on him (Naik) in India, we have to further ban his private channels through he will continue to spread his inhuman and revengeful speeches…,” Sawant stated in his letter to Singh.
Sawant clarified, “When I wrote to the Union Home Minister seeking a ban on Zakir Naik, I did not mean that he be banned individually. What I mean is all his activities be banned and he be investigated thoroughly”.”*”
It has come to light that Zakir Naik’s Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) was listed as religious learning resource on JuD website, according to an expose done by CNN-News18.
Noteworthy, 26/11 mastermind Hafiz Saeed is chief and founder of Jamaat-ud-Dawah (JuD) outfit.
Zakir Naik’s IRF is the only South Asian centre listed on JuD website.
It is important to note that JuD website has been banned in India. The website was banned after 26/11 Mumbai terror attacks.
Input from PTI, Daily Pioneer & Zee News. ***Pics taken from Google search, authenticity could not be verified.