Radicalisation of South India by Wahhabis who came and went before we knew it

zakir-naikNearly 1,800 Wahhabi preachers came to South India between 2006 and 2012. They preached, they radicalised, and they left, and the government sat over it.

The latest chargesheet by the National Investigation Agency paints a very grim picture about the state of affairs in Southern India. The growth of the Islamic State, extreme levels of radicalisation coupled with the problems of the Rohingya Muslims are the major issues that stare at the southern states, particularly Kerala and Tamil Nadu.

The latest chargesheet is with regard to the Kerala ISIS case. The NIA states that one of the accused, Riyas Aboobacker was radicalised in 2017 through social media platforms. Further the NIA says that he had held conspiracy meetings in Kochi in which it was decided to carry out a series of suicide attacks in India.

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Why Zakir Naik is now a menace to Malaysia

Over the past few days, calls have been mounting to act against Naik, who is primarily wanted in a series of cases in India, that range from radicalisation to money laundering to conversion.

Naik, who was being backed by Malaysia after fleeing India is suddenly facing the heat after he said that Hindus in Malaysia have 100 times more rights than Muslims in India and also suggested that Chinese Malaysians be expelled before he was.

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ED to move Interpol to get Islamic preacher Zakir Naik to India

New Delhi, June 09: The Enforcement Directorate is all set to send requests for an Interpol Red Notice against controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik for his extradition from Malaysia.

The ED would send the notice after securing a non-bailable warrant against from a special court in Mumbai. The move comes in the wake of the court taking cognisance of the chargesheet filed against Naik and others in connection with a money laundering case. The court would hear the matter next on June 19, following which an application seeking a non-bailable warrant would be moved.

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Prove Ganesha is bhagwan, then I will eat the Prasad, Dr Zakir Naik said

zakirnaikThe National Investigation Agency filed a chargesheet detailing the crimes committed by controversial Islamic preacher Dr. Zakir Naik. Investigations conducted by the NIA revealed that Naik through his organisation, Islamic Research Foundation had promoted hatred and enmity between different religious groups in India.

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Is Dr Zakir Naik a Saudi national now?

zakirnaikHas controversial Islamic preacher, Dr Zakir Naik been granted citizenship of Saudi Arabia. A report in the Middle East Monitor claims that the preacher wanted in a host of cases by India was given Saudi citizenship.

The report states that the citizenship was given to save him from arrest by the Interpol. However security officials in India were unable to independently confirm the report.

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