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Sunday, May 15, 2011

xerkuzaa 32 :: Dr Zakir Naik and Oxford Union Debate

Live uncut recorded address plus question and answered session by Dr Zakir naik via satellite link to Oxford Union on 11th Feb 2011 on topic ISLAM AND 21st CENTURY (age of science). Very well balanced question and answered session please dont miss it.

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p/s :: please spread the word of ISLAM... it is our responsibility to tell them...

Background of Dr. Zakir Naik ::

Zakir Abdul Karim Naik ( ذاکر عبدالکریم نائیک ); born 18 October 1965; is a public speaker and writer on the subject of Islam and comparative religion. He is the founder and president of the Islamic Research Foundation (IRF), a non-profit organization that owns the Peace TV channel based in MumbaiIndia. Before becoming a public speaker, he trained as a doctor.
Zakir Abdul Karim Naik was born on 18 October 1965 in Mumbai, India. He attended St. Peter's High School in Mumbai. Later he enrolled at Kishinchand Chellaram College before studying medicine at Topiwala National Medical College and Nair Hospital and later the University of Mumbai, where he obtained a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery(MBBS). In 1991 he started working in the field of Dawah.
Naik says he was inspired by Ahmed Deedat, an Islamic scholar. Naik says that his goal is to "concentrate on the educated Muslim youth who have become apologetic about their own religion and have started to feel the religion is outdated." He considers it a duty of every Muslim to remove perceived misconceptions about Islam and to counter what he views as the Western media's anti-Islamic bias in the aftermath of the September 11, 2001 attacks (also known as 9/11) in the United States. Some of his articles are published in magazines such as Islamic Voice.
Anthropologist Thomas Blom Hansen has written that Naik's style of memorizing the Qur'an and hadith literature in various languages and related missionary activity has made him extremely popular in Muslim and non-Muslim circles. Many of his debates are recorded and widely distributed in video and DVD media and online. His talks are usually recorded in English and broadcast on weekends on several cable networks in Mumbai's Muslim neighborhoods, and on the Peace TV channel, which he co-produces. Topics he speaks on include: "Islam and Modern Science", "Islam and Christianity", and "Islam and secularism". Naik is the founder of the Islamic International School in Mumbai.

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