Police are reviewing all of the cases in which they apprehended ISIS recruiters and other terror suspects to see whether they have any ties to Zakir Naik. Mumbai police are probing Zakir Naik and his links to terror groups, as well as the actions of his son Fariq. The younger Naik was arrested in 2015 for allegedly sharing a video of himself offering training in karate and jihadism on Facebook. He was released on bail later that year.
Zakir Naik came to prominence in 2008 when he started a controversial Islamic school in Mumbai called "Islamic Research Foundation". He gained a large following in India's Muslim community, especially among young people, for speaking about faith in a way that was accessible to them. However, the school ended up being used by ISIS to send recruits to Syria, and its members are now wanted by law enforcement agencies across the world.
In April 2014, Zakir Naik appeared in a YouTube video saying that he rejected $100,000 offered to him by ISIS leaders to attack American targets. Instead, he said that he would like to appeal to America to stop bombing Muslims. After this appearance, police in four countries began investigations into him for alleged terrorism offenses.
In August 2014, Indian authorities arrested two men who had traveled to Bangladesh to meet with Zakir Naik. They were charged with plotting to kill Israeli citizens and drop weapons from an airplane into Israel to attack military bases.
Hate speech and money laundering Naik is sought in India for money laundering and hate speech, as well as for inciting animosity and hostility among religious communities. He departed India after the terrorists who stormed a café in Dhaka, Bangladesh, killing 22 people in July 2016, claimed to be Naik's supporters. The Islamic State group had claimed responsibility for the attack.
He has been banned from entering the United Kingdom and Australia. Canada and Malaysia have also barred him from entry.
Naik has said that he would like to settle down in Dubai or Los Angeles. However, Indian authorities suspect that he may try to enter India from another country using a new identity.
In August 2017, it was reported that Naik had arrived in Indonesia hoping to flee to India. However, Indian officials told Reuters they were not going to let him escape punishment by allowing him to enter India through any other country gate.
India has accused Naik of "deliberate and malicious" promotion of Islamism and of having links with terrorist organizations. Prosecutors in Mumbai have charged him with criminal conspiracy and promoting enmity between religions. He has denied all charges against him.
In November 2016, it was reported that India was seeking his extradition from Thailand where he had been living freely for more than a year after being allowed out on bail pending an appeal.
Zakir Naik Farhat Naik/Wife Name Is Fauzana Jabeen Bano. She was born on 20 January 1972 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Her father name is Nizamuddin Ahmad and her mother name is Zainab. She has one sister named Iqbal.
She done BA (Hons) in English from University of Malaya and then got married to Dr. Zakir Naik in 2000. They have one son together named Muhammed Zahid.
In 2011, she filed for divorce from Dr. Zakir Naik but it was rejected by the Klang Court. The judge said that there was no evidence to prove that they had been living apart for more than two years. To date, their divorce is still pending.
She has been criticized for her relationship with Dr. Zakir Naik. In 2016, she sued a Malaysian newspaper for $1 million after it published an article accusing her of embezzling funds raised for charitable purposes. The paper had quoted an unnamed source as saying that Mrs. Zakir had taken advantage of her position to steal millions of dollars of donations made to charities run by her husband.
In "In Ishq Subhan Allah," Kabir's (Adnan Khan) father shoots Zara (Eisha Singh) and dumps her car in a ditch, but her body is never found. Tunisha Sharma then appeared as Zara, and the plot progressed. The show did, however, take a pause during the shutdown owing to the new coronavirus. After three months, the show returned with most of its cast members wearing face masks.
Zara was one of Kabir's friends. They used to hang out at Kabir's house after school until his father Shamsher Khan (Anwar Ali) asked them not to go there anymore. But they continued to meet up anyway. One day, when Zara didn't come home, Kabir's father went looking for her but could not find her. He assumed that she must have gone to her friend's house so he dropped her off there before going back home. Later on, it was revealed that Zara had been shot by her husband Dilawar (Dilip Kumar) for being infidel and marrying against her will. Her death caused a rift between Kabir and Dilawar's family which was later healed when Dilawar died in a car accident.
Zara's character was very famous among girls because she was cute and smart. So many boys wanted to marry her but she didn't want to get married yet. She used to say that she would marry only when she finds true love.