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Hurender Bal Singh, four others revert to Islam during Zakir Naik's lectures in Malaysia
Siasat Daily

Hurender Bal Singh, four others revert to Islam during Zakir N...

Bukit Jalil city (Malaysia): Dr. Zakir Naik after converting Christian teenager to Islam in Kemaman (Malaysia) last Thursday, converted another four non-Muslims including Hurender Bal (23). They recited Shahada (declaration of the Islamic faith). ... Siasat Daily, 2 weeks ago
Penuntut UTeM peluk Islam pada ceramah Dr Zakir The Malaysian Times, 2 weeks ago
Free Malaysia Today

MIC: Ban Dr Zakir from entering country

PETALING JAYA: MIC believes that controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik should be banned from entering the country altogether. In a statement, party youth chief C. Sivaraajh said stopping Dr Zakir from giving a speech was not enough. "MIC Youth ... weeks ago IGP lauded for stopping Zakir's talk  Free Malaysia Today3 weeks ago MIC Youth to lodge police reports nationwide to prevent Dr Zakir Naik from entering Malaysia  Malay Mail3 weeks ago MIC Youth all out to stop controversial orator's programme weeks ago
The Malaysian Times

IGP grateful organisers change topic of Zakir Naik forum

KUALA LUMPUR: Inspector-General of Police Tan Sri Khalid Abu Bakar is grateful to the organisers of the talk by preacher Dr Zakir Naik for changing the topic of the forum. "Everything went smoothly. I would like to congratulate the organisers for ... weeks ago 20,000 turn up for Zakir Naik's lecture at UTeM  New Straits Times2 weeks ago IGP hails organiser's topic change for Zakir's talk  The Malaysian Times2 weeks ago HOW SILLY OF THE MALAYS: CAN DR ZAKIR SOLVE THEIR PROBLEMS & MALAYSIA'S  Malaysia Chronicle2 weeks ago
Free Malaysia Today

PM hopes Zakir will spread word of moderate M'sia

KUALA LUMPUR: Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak hopes renowned Muslim preacher from India, Dr Zakir Naik, will tell the world that Malaysia is a nation that practises moderation. In a Facebook post, the Prime Minister said Malaysia was constantly ... weeks ago Najib invites preacher Zakir Naik for breakfast  Free Malaysia Today2 weeks ago Najib hopes Zakir would deliver message about moderate Malaysia to the world  New Straits Times2 weeks ago Najib Hopes Dr Zakir Would Deliver Message About Moderate Malaysia To The World  Malaysian Digest2 weeks ago


PETALING JAYA - Tourism and Culture Minister Datuk Seri Nazri Aziz questioned the need to invite controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik to give talks noting that Malaysians have their own Islamic scholars to refer to. Nazri said while those who ...
 Malaysia Chronicle2 weeks ago Unnecessary to bring Zakir Naik here, says Nazri  Free Malaysia Today2 weeks ago Nazri Aziz questions need to invite Dr Zarik Naik for talk weeks ago Nazri queries invite to preacher; Zahid differs  Sabah Daily Express2 weeks ago
Borneo Post Online

Is There Reason For Malaysians To Be Afraid Of Preacher Zakir Naik?

:08 View Comments When police barred the talk by prominent international preacher from India, Dr Zakir Naik, scheduled on April 17 and to be held at University Technical Malaysia Melaka (UTeM), it stirred a commotion and sent many debates ...
 Malaysian Digest2 weeks ago Malaysia politician's office attacked after he describes Zakir Naik as 'Satan'  DAWN Group3 weeks ago Firebomb thrown at Penang DCM office after Satan preacher jibe  Borneo Post Online3 weeks ago Controversial Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik barred from giving talk in Malaysia  Asian Correspondent3 weeks ago

Dr Ramasamy removes article on preacher Zakir Naik

GEORGE TOWN: Penang Hindu Endowment Board chairman Dr P. Ramasamy (pic) has removed a Facebook post where he used the word "satan" in an article on controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik. In my posting on Sunday, I called him satan and pointed out ... weeks ago After calling Zakir Naik Satan, Penang DCM's service centre firebombed  Malay Mail3 weeks ago Molotovs hurled at Ramasamy's service centre weeks ago Molotov cocktail hurled at Penang DCM's service centre  The Sun Daily3 weeks ago

Dr Zakir claims allegations against him untrue

BESUT: Preacher Dr Zakir Naik (pic) says the allegations against him with regard to degrading other religions are untrue. He said Muslims are not allowed to degrade any religion and so he had never done such a thing. As for the allegations ... weeks ago
Free Malaysia Today

Organisers invite Dr Ramasamy to Dr Zakir talk, all expenses paid

KUALA LUMPUR: The organisers of a series of talks by controversial speaker Dr Zakir Naik has invited all Dr P. Ramasamy to attend the event here, and will even pay for his flight ticket. Hidayah centre foundation program director Abu Shariz said ... weeks ago Ramasamy invited to Zakir Naik's lecture  Free Malaysia Today3 weeks ago Organisers offer plane tickets, special seats to non-Muslim critics of Dr Zakir talk  Malay Mail3 weeks ago

Zahid Hamidi: Dr Zakir Naik allowed to speak after change to topic of talk

PUTRAJAYA: The Government has given the green light for controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik to talk at a event organised by Universiti Teknikal Malaysia in Malacca. Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi (pic) said authorities ... weeks ago PLAYING TO THE ISLAMIC HARDINERS GALLERY: Zakir allowed to speak after agreeing to change topic of t…  Malaysia Chronicle3 weeks ago Putrajaya reverses ban on Zakir's Malacca talk after change of topic  Malay Mail3 weeks ago
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