Sudarshan TV – Answer to Zakir Naik

published on October 20, 2012

Dr. Zakir Naik, a fanatic supremacist Islamist works for the so called “Peace TV” in Mumbai but preaches hate against Hindus. Peace TV claims up to 50 million viewers in 125 countries. In his sinister activities he is being encouraged by several pseudo-secularist Hindu journalists and selfish pro-Muslim Hindu political leaders. This man has diabolical designs to create communal disturbances and discord between Hindus and Muslims all over India. Hindus are very tolerant and peaceful people. They believe in the adage of “Live and Let Live”. However, their peaceful behavior is mistaken for their weakness.

Last month, in a derogatory tone (as you can see in the attached video), Zakir Naik challenged Hindus ”to prove to me that Lord Ganesh is the Bhagwan (God)”. By asking such a question Zakir Naik tried to ruffle and shatter the age old belief system and hurt sensibilities of millions of Hindus. But neither Maharashtra Government nor the Government of India came to the rescue of Hindus from whom these governments derive their legitimacy and sustenance to rule.

This guy glorifies Islamic terrorism and has a great respect and regard for the most dangerous Islamic terrorist in the world, Osama Bin Laden, now dead. The British Home Secretary described him “a threat to national security and public order or the safety of the citizens” and banned him from entering the UK.

Muslims love him like anything. On Facebook he is liked by 667,190 people, including the Indian Movie Actor Shah Rukh Khan.

 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.

Zakir Naik is an anti Indian guy. He wants India to be ruled by Sharia aw (Islamic Law). The Wall Streeet Journal maintained that Naik supports a ban on the construction of non-Muslim places of worship in Muslim lands as well as the Taliban’s bombing of the Bamiyan Buddhas. It argues that people reportedly drawn to Naik’s message include Najibullah Zazi, the Afghan-American arrested for planning suicide attacks on the New York subway; Rahil Sheikh, accused of involvement in a series of train bombings in Bombay in 2006; and Kafeel Ahmed, the Bangalore man fatally injured in a failed suicide attack on Glasgow airport in 2007.

The ruling Congress Party is anti-Hindu. It has emboldened Islamists to insult Hindus and heap humiliation on them. This man has crossed all the limits of etiquette, decency and decorum. Hindu groups should devise ways and means and make M.F. Husain of him (the painter who painted Hindu Gods and Goddesses in vulgar form and died in exile). Government of India should arrest and put this guy in jail for spreading hatred and extoling the virtue of violence in society.

When the movie “Innocence of Muslims” sparked riots all over the world, Government of India immediately banned the movie on the ground that it would hurt the feelings of Muslims. But when anti-social elements like Zakir Naik hurt the Hindu feelings, the anti-Hindu Congress Government turned a blind eye. I am afraid, the Government of India’s negative attitude will, one day, compel Hindus to resort to violence and settle their grievances in the streets.

It is also a matter of regret and shame that almost all the Muslim organizations and their leaders are also acquiescing in his nefarious activities. The silence on the part of Islamic organizations is also creating a doubt in the minds of majority Hindus about Muslims’ integrity and loyalty. This is becoming absolutely intolerable.

We express our thankfulness to Sudarshan TV for highlighting this issue. For further information

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