Malaysia ups the heat: Is it game up for radical Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik

zakirnaikKuala Lumpur, Aug 16: Malaysia has barred controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik form addressing an Islamic event that is being held between August 16-18. The move comes in the wake of Malaysian authorities stating that he would be summoned for questioning.

Authorities in Malaysia have summoned Naik after he made a sensitive comment. Several ministers in Malaysia have now been demanding the expulsion of Naik after he said that Hindus in Malaysia have 100 times more rights than the Muslim majority India.

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Nabbed just in time: ISIS module inspired by Zakir Naik’s speeches planned Mumbai Mayhem

These persons from Mumbra were running a module called the Ummat-E-Mohammaddiya and were devising a sinister plan to undertake mass killings in Mumbai.

Apart from adding poison to the prasad at a temple, they also planned on poisoning the water sources. Their interrogation by the Maharashtra ATS revealed that they were in the process of undertaking the lethal plan when they were caught.

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Inspired by Zakir Naik’s speeches, ISIS module planned mass killing of Hindus at a temple

New Delhi, July 26: Investigations have found that members of an Islamic State module, who were inspired by the speeches of controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik had planned mass killing of Hindus at a temple.

The chargesheet filed by the Anti-Terrorism squad said that the members of the ISIS arrested in January had tried to poison the maha prasad at the temple. Further these members had undergone training to make explosives. They had also taken part in blast trials at Mumbra, Maharashtra.

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Denial to extradite Zakir Naik, clearly shows Malaysia is hit by radical Islamic bug

zakirnaikNew Delhi, June 29: India’s tryst to extradite controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik would continue. On Friday, foreign minister, Datuk Saifuddin Abdullah confirmed the receipt of India’s formal extradition request for Zakir Naik.

He however said that the government is maintaining its refusal to deport the controversial Naik to India. For now there is no new decision. We are sticking to the original decision, he said.

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Zakir Naik gets an ultimatum: Show up or face the consequences

zakirnaikMumbai, June 20: Controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, who has been accused of inspiring terrorists has been given an ultimatum by a special court.

The Special Money Laundering Act (PMLA) court has ordered him to physically appear on July 31, failing which he would have to face the consequences. The court said if he failed to appear, a non-bailable warrant would be issued against him.

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Tracking the roots of Islamic radicalisation in Kerala by Zakir Naik

zakirnaikNew Delhi, June 11: In recent developments, the Enforcement Directorate (ED) has said that it would be moving the Interpol to bring back controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik from Malaysia to India.

Malaysia on the other hand said that it reserved the right to refuse an extradition. However India and Malaysia both have extradition treaties. For India bringing back Naik is crucial as he is being investigated for several crimes by the Enforcement Directorate and National Investigation Agency (NIA).

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Income source unknown, but Zakir Naik got crores of rupees to draw Muslim youth to terror

New Delhi, June 03: The Enforcement Directorate (ED) has learnt that controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik had moved funds to the tune of crores of rupees despite not having a known source of income.

The ED says that he had moved more than Rs 49 crore to bank accounts in India. “Zakir Naik, an Islamic preacher who keeps travelling around the world to deliver speeches, does not have any known source of income through any known source of employment or business. Even in such a situation, he has managed to transfer Rs 49.20 crore to his Indian bank accounts,” the ED said.

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Dubious transfers of Rs 64.86 crore get mention in ED chargesheet against Zakir Naik

New Delhi, May 03: The Enforcement Directorate has identified properties belonging to Zakir Nail in Dubai and London. In its chargesheet, the ED has said that it attached properties that included investment in mutual funds, the Islamic International School building in Chennai, three godowns, land in Pune and Mumbai and two buildings.

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Zakir Naik a centric figure for every Islamic State recruit in India, abroad

New Delhi, Apr 29: The raids conducted by the National Investigation Agency (NIA) in various places in Kerala have led to the seizure of Zakir Naik related literature. This is however not for the first time that literature relating to the controversial Islamic preacher, Zakir Naik has been seized. The fugitive who is in Malaysia has had his name taken several times in the past by radical elements. He has however maintained that he has nothing to do with these incidents and India is indulging in a witch-hunt against him.

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A poison called Zakir Naik and his role in radicalising Kerala detailed by an ISIS recruit

zakirnaikNew Delhi, Nov 12: The heat is back on Dr. Zakir Naik, the controversial Islamic preacher, who is hiding in Malaysia. His name has emerged right on the top of the investigations being conducted by the National Investigation Agency, which is probing the case of the missing persons from Kerala, who have joined the Islamic State in Afghanistan.

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