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Islamic preaching by Zakir Naik and provocation of Muslims in Bharat

“Islamic preaching by Zakir Naik and provocation of Muslims in India”, India Faith, April 18, 2023:

“A shocking incident occurred on April 2, 2023, when the passengers of the Alappuzha-Kannur Executive Express in Kerala were doused with petrol and set on fire. In connection with this incident, police arrested one Shahrukh Saifi from Ratnagiri District in Maharashtra. He was a resident of Delhi’s Shaheenbagh. A total of three people died in this incident. During the interrogation, the arrested accused said that he was inspired by the famous Islamic cleric Zakir Naik.

Earlier, Zakir Naik’s involvement has been found in many cases linked to Islamic terrorism and the conversion of non-Muslims to Islam. Looking at this recent incident, one needs to understand how the Islamic teachings that Zakir Naik particularly preached to instigate Muslims in Bharat. Passengers of the Alappuzha-Kannur Executive Express were doused in petrol and set on fire at the Korapuzha Railway Station in Kozhikode, Kerala. 27-year-old Shahrukh Saifi was arrested after this incident.

He was a native of Shaheen Bagh, Delhi. A total of three passengers died in this incident. Additional Director General of Police MR Ajith Kumar revealed many shocking facts in this regard. ADG Ajith Kumar told the media that Shahrukh Saifi used to watch videos of Zakir Naik constantly, which turned him more extremist. ADG Ajith Kumar claimed that Shahrukh Saifi came to Kerala with the intention of committing a crime. ADG Ajith Kumar also said that the police collected significant evidence and still investigating the case to find out the involvement of other suspects….”

Read the full article at Indiafaith.in

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