Campaign against Dr. Zakir Naik gaining momentum
Narain Kataria in New York
Dr. Zakir Naik, a fanatic supremacist Islamist, has been mocking, insulting and heaping humiliations on Hindu deities and Hindu scriptures for several years. Since Hindus did not take serious note of his insidious activities, he has intensified his vitriolic campaign of calumny and vilification against Hindus with vigor and vitality.
To express their indignation and anguish, demonstrations were organized at Thane, Mumbra and Mumbai in which the following organizations/their representatives participated:
Hindu Jan Jagruti Samiti, Hindu Rashtra Sena, Shiv Sena, VHP, Bajrang Dal, Hindu Maha Sabha, Lashkar-e-Shivba, Hindu Warrior Group, Shivjot West Maharashtra Mahila Mandal, and Bharat Brahmin Maha Sangh. For complete info, please go to: (http://www.hindujagruti.org/news/14943.html)
Several police complaints have been filed against Dr. Zakir Naik in several districts in Maharashtra and Karnataka. A Memorandum was submitted to the Home Minister of Maharashtra. One pro-Hindu group took out a march to Prime Minister’s house.
As a result of mass mobilization, rage and unity displayed by Hindus, Dr. Zakir Naik’s scheduled programs were cancelled in Mumbai, Thane and Mumbra by Police. This is a great victory for Hindus. We hereby express our solidarity with Hindus in Bharat and appreciate their courage and tenacity.
We request you to please watch a series of videos by Sudarshan TV on the issue of Dr. Zakir Naik at www.sudarshantv.com.
Also please note that Dr. Zakir Naik is regarded as an exponent of Salafi ideology – the extreme form of Islam. Salafi Muslims were responsible for the murder of four Americans in Libya. Salafi Muslims are pushing to the forefront in the politics of the Middle East. Dr. Naik wants India to be ruled by Sharia law (Islamic Law).
He is considered as a persona non grata in U.K., Canada, Australia and USA for his “unacceptable behavior”, and restrictions have been put on his entry in many countries.
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