Indian government issue a red notice for Zakir Naik
NEWS CENTER - The Indian government applied to the International Police Service for the capture of Zakir Naik, Indian preacher and founder of the Islamic Research Foundation.
The Indian government applied to the International Police Service [INTERPOL] for the arrest of the Indian preacher Zakir Naik, the founder of the Islamic Research Foundation, a well-known figure in the field of anti-violence and Islamic invitation.
According to reports in the Indian media, the Indian National Investigation Agency [NIA] has asked Naik to issue a red notice from INTERPOL on the pretext of providing financial support to terror and money laundering.
According to a report in “Times of India,” the Indian National Investigation Agency [NIA] requested INTERPOL to issue a red notice about Naik.
If the request to be accepted, Naik will enter the "international fugitive" status and be taken into custody where he is seen.
He is knows through anti-violence and Islamic invitation work
Naik, born in 1965, is known for his talks on Islam and comparative religions. Naik, the founder and current president of the Islamic Research Foundation [IRF], is known for his anti-violence rhetoric, while his request for a red notice is accompanied by comments that the decision is political.
Naik, a surgeon at the same time, is also known for his expertise in debating with Christians, Hindus, and people of other religions and denominations.
Naik, who owns the English satellite broadcasting Peace TV, conduce to many people to convert to Islam and he spend most of his time invited people to Islam. (ILKHA)