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Offline ahmed007

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Dr.Zakir Naik a Liar ? Refutation please..
« on: February 06, 2016, 08:26:35 AM »
Shaikh Mir Asedullah Quadri says that Dr.Zakir Naik is a Liar.

Dr. Zakir Abdul Karim Naik is famous for his lectures on comparative religion and Salafism.  We have provided below some exclusive details about him which have been collected from his Websites, Internet, You tube and other published information available on public domain.


~As per IRF Website Dr. Zakir Naik was born on 18th October, 1965.  But his website does not give information where he was born and brought up.  His Website also does not give any information about his family background, his father, occupation, qualifications, etc. It is mentioned that he studied medicine and passed  Bachelors Degree in Medicine and Surgery (MBBS) from Topiwala National Medical College, Nair Hospital, Mumbai, India. But his website does not give details about the academic year in which he actually passed MBBS Exam.

His Website does not mention names of schools or colleges where he studied Islamic subjects.  It is also not known  who taught him reading  of Quran because his Arabic accent  and Quran reading is completely out of gear, unprofessional and against tajweed rules.  His website is also silent as to where he studied Tafseer al-Quran, Usool-e-Hadith, rules of Fiqh, Sharia, Arabic language, and other essential Islamic subjects required of a scholar who is allowed to give opinions on issues of Islamic fiqh.

It seems Dr. Naik is a mysterious home grown, home fed,  self read and self trained scholar of Salafism.

In his speeches he says he is a student of comparative religion, but he gives his rulings / opinions literally on all Islamic subjects.  He even criticizes Imams of Fiqh and Ahadith.  He claims that they (Imams of Fiqh and Ahadith)  did not have full information with them when they gave their Islamic rulings.  He claims he judges the Imams rulings and acts as per his better understanding of Quran, Ahadith, Sharia and Fiqh.  He claims that acceptance and following of Imams as truthful teachers of Islam has damaged Islam.


~As per the information on his Website, Dr. Naik was influenced by the comparative religion lectures of Shaikh Ahmed Deedat (رحمة لله علىـہ) of South Africa (1918-2005), when he was studying medicine.  This means that Dr. Naik's  self-home-reading of Islamic subjects started when he was  around 22 years old (around 1987).  Amazingly, within 3 years' of self-reading of Islamic subjects (1987-1990), in addition to his extensive medical full-time on-campus study, semester exams, medical internship, etc., he read everything about Islam and established Islamic Research Foundation in February 1991 and started full time Da'wa.

In his lectures, Dr. Naik says that he started Da'wa even before the establishment of IRF in 1991.  This shows Dr. Naik has exceptional ability of memorization.  He did not read Islamic subjects with the intention to understand them, he simply memorized every book that came his way.

Those whose memory is sharp, are generally intelligent, but they often become dictionaries. They never try to  understand the subject; they memorize it with the intention to repeat it either in an exam or in front of people to get applause.  They heavily depend upon their word-by-word  photo finish memory and develop their skills in debates.   They mesmerize their audience by skillful display of their memory and often turn the tables on their opponents in debates.  They can convert logic into illogic and wisdom into stupidity and vice versa by their arguments and oratory.  They use their vast memory to confuse their opponents and followers both.  Over a period of time when they become famous and develop considerable following among masses, they start large scale misinterpretation of  facts by their skillful arguments and become leaders of a new group in the world.  That is how Ibn Khuzaimah (933-846), Ibn Taymiyya (1263-1328), Ibn Abd-al-Wahhab (1703–1792), etc., became  prominent scholars of Salafism by the power of their  super memory and oratory. Now Zakir Naik (b.1965) is a living example of this phenomenon.

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Re: Dr.Zakir Naik a Liar ? Refutation please..
« Reply #1 on: February 15, 2016, 10:03:05 AM »
the topic was "zakir naik a liar" but in the whole post i didnt see where he lied. no offense but i think he is the man clearing up minconceptions about islam. thats the same thing the team of this site is doing.educating people and clearing misconceptions about islam.if zakir is a liar then people of this site are also liars. :o


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