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Upendra Bharti | HENB | Mumbai | Aug 15, 2016:: The Mumbai Police report says Naik’s Islamic International School ‘brainwashing’ students, urging parents to keep kids away from ‘un-Islamic environment’ and hinted a hate mongering so that Muslims students in tender age can easily separate themselves from mainstream society with an outlook to create an Islamic environment on their own.
The Mumbai Police, in their report on the controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik, have raised “serious concerns” over the kind of education imparted to students at his Mazagaon school, called the Islamic International School (IIS).
The investigating team of Mumbai police have gathered sufficient documents which suggest that Zakir Naik’s School used to deliver the incitements for its Muslim students to hate the Hindus, Christians and Jews as ‘Kaffir’ and groomed their syllabus for making a ‘fanatical mechanism in man hood’.
The report, which has been forwarded to the chief minister’s office and the Home Ministry, said there was enough material in the syllabus to indicate that the school was not only “brainwashing” students into rejecting other faiths, it also urged them to convert people to Islam.
The state government ordered a probe against Naik, who allegedly inspired Daesh (ISIS) terrorists in Dhaka and members of its Hyderabad module, to know whether he was a threat to the society. Legal experts said that at best, he could be booked for hurting religious sentiments. The school angle, however, could lead to serious trouble for Naik, Mumbai Police sources said.
The police investigation said the school, which also has a branch in Chennai, and which, according to its website, is “conceived, planned, and developed by Dr Zakir Naik”, asks Muslims to stay away from non-Islamic schools.
The police report, running into 71 pages, quoted from the school’s literature to highlight how it aimed to ‘insular’ students.
“Societal influences upon a child should be analysed critically. An un-Islamic environment can result in the corruption of a virtuous Muslim’s Islamic understanding, upbringing and values. It is therefore recommended that Muslim parents educate their children in an Islamic school to prevent them from falling prey to the bad influences and immorality prevalent in society,” the report quotes the school’s literature as saying.
“Some of the school’s literature, which is also available on its website, is highly controversial and objectionable, and could produce indoctrinated individuals,” a senior police officer said.
The officer pointed to a paragraph on the school’s introduction on its website, which says the school aimed to look after its students’ needs even in ‘afterlife’. The paragraph, according to the officer, talks about Naik’s visits to ‘Islamic’ and ‘other’ educational institutions worldwide to grasp their approach towards Islamic orientation, teaching methodology, curriculum implementation and management.
“The pragmatic insights gained from these meetings and latest research and learnings on effective education strategies help in the continuous improvement and development of IIS, to be contemporary and Islamic… to fulfill the students’ educational needs for this duniya and the Aakhirah’ (hereafter),” the paragraph reads.
State Education Minister Vinod Tawde said that he was aware of the Mumbai Police report, and was awaiting instructions from the Home Ministry. “The police report has been submitted to the Home Department. We will decide the course of action based on the Home Department advice,” he said.
The school management denied all allegations. A senior functionary of the school said, “The curriculum of the Islamic International School is a combination of modern academics and Islamic studies. Nowhere does it promotes any kind of extremism.”
Messages sent to Naik remained unanswered. However, his aide Mansoor Shaikh from the Islamic Research Foundation (IRF) said, “The IRF is not privy to the police report.”
In a separate communication, the IRF said, “Allegations against Dr Naik are false and baseless. Dr Naik firmly believes in promoting peace and harmony and has been doing that for decades. The IRF is a research body that promotes greater awareness of Islam and its tenets. Dr Zakir Naik is an expert in comparative religion and has been conducting well- researched talks on Islam and other religions across the world.”
However, law enforcement departments are investigating on the matter, How and why Zakir Naik got Rs 60 crore in last 3 years from abroad?
The controversial televangelist Dr. Zakir Naik now dares to return India after a revelation of his terror angle with Dhaka Bakery Blast and some other Terror plots and obviously with the strict probe against him in India linking his pro-terror Islamic Research Foundation, his team’s alleged involvement with forced Islamic conversion in Kerala and now his Mazagaon Islamic school.
As per report Zakir was now on his tour in some Arab and African countries and Indonesia.
The concerned IGCSE (UK) Board must cancel the accreditation of Dr. Zakir Naik’s Islamic International School immediately.
Grossly based on Munish Pandey’s report in Mumbai Mirror and IIS site.