Malaysia’s Cabinet to discuss permanent residency for Zakir Naik  The Hindu

In July 2018, Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohammed ruled out the deportation of the controversial Islamic preacher.

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In July 2018, Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohammed ruled out the deportation of the controversial Islamic preacherIn July 2018, Malaysian PM Mahathir Mohammed ruled out the deportation of the controversial Islamic preacher

Malaysia’s Cabinet to discuss permanent residency for Zakir Naik - The Hindu

Indian Muslim preacher blamed for creating sectarian 'fissure' in Malaysia but Naik says his words were misinterpreted.Indian Muslim preacher blamed for creating sectarian 'fissure' in Malaysia but Naik says his words were misinterpreted.

Malaysia ministers want Muslim preacher Zakir Naik expelled | News | Al Jazeera

“Zakir Naik has compounded his abuse of Malaysia’s hospitality by attacking the Chinese Malaysians as “old guests” after attacking the loyalty of the Indian Malaysians - https://t.co/Egko9rGHv5”

Lim Kit Siang on Twitter: "Zakir Naik has compounded his abuse of Malaysia’s hospitality by attacking the Chinese Malaysians as “old guests” after attacking the loyalty of the Indian Malaysians - https://t.co/Egko9rGHv5"

“Malaysia cabinet to discuss residency of controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik https://t.co/RESDmHmms9 via @ChannelNewsAsia”

Nistula Hebbar on Twitter: "Malaysia cabinet to discuss residency of controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik https://t.co/RESDmHmms9 via @ChannelNewsAsia"

“I believe Zakir Naik should respect all Malaysians. He is not giving a true picture of Islam, and playing a similar tune to what Narendra Modi is doing in India. Best for him to leave Malaysia ASAP”

Nik Nazmi on Twitter: "I believe Zakir Naik should respect all Malaysians. He is not giving a true picture of Islam, and playing a similar tune to what Narendra Modi is doing in India. Best for him to leave Malaysia ASAP"

“Attended today’s historical occasion with YAB Tun @chedetofficial as KLIA celebrates its 21 years as Malaysia's leading gateway to global connectivity. As one of the busiest airports in the world, KLIA plays a crucial role as an economic enabler to facilitate growth. #MEA”

Mohamed Azmin Ali on Twitter: "Attended today’s historical occasion with YAB Tun @chedetofficial as KLIA celebrates its 21 years as Malaysia's leading gateway to global connectivity. As one of the busiest airports in the world, KLIA plays a crucial role as an economic enabler to facilitate growth. #MEA… https://t.co/NMo4JgFr9g"

India News: During Malaysian cabinet discussions, three ministers demanded expulsion of Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik for allegedly making racially sensitiveIndia News: During Malaysian cabinet discussions, three ministers demanded expulsion of Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik for allegedly making racially sensitive

Malaysian ministers say Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik should be expelled | India News - Times of India

KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 — Two DAP ministers today called for action to be taken against Dr Zakir Naik. In a joint statement, Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo and Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran said they have bluntly asked Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to...KUALA LUMPUR, Aug 14 — Two DAP ministers today called for action to be taken against Dr Zakir Naik. In a joint statement, Communications and Multimedia Minister Gobind Singh Deo and Human Resources Minister M. Kulasegaran said they have bluntly asked Prime Minister Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad to...

In Cabinet meeting, DAP ministers ask PM to deport Zakir Naik | Malaysia | Malay Mail

Malaysia's Minister of Human Resources M Kulasegaran said Naik's recent comments could have been aimed at creating a fissure in the multi-racial nation so he could win the favour of Muslims. Malaysia's Minister of Human Resources M Kulasegaran said Naik's recent comments could have been aimed at creating a fissure in the multi-racial nation so he could win the favour of Muslims.

Malaysia Cabinet to Discuss Residency of Controversial Preacher Zakir Naik - News18

3 Ministers in Malaysian cabinet demand Zakir Naik's expulsion from country - Trouble for Zakir Naik?3 Ministers in Malaysian cabinet demand Zakir Naik's expulsion from country - Trouble for Zakir Naik?

3 Ministers in Malaysian cabinet demand Zakir Naik's expulsion from country

This comes soon after three Cabinet ministers sought action against Naik, demanding his expulsion from the country. The ministers issued statements slamming Naik and accusing him of trying to divide the society. - 'He's Here, Any Country Welcome to Have Him,' Says Malaysian PM on Islamic Preacher Zakir NaikThis comes soon after three Cabinet ministers sought action against Naik, demanding his expulsion from the country. The ministers issued statements slamming Naik and accusing him of trying to divide the society.

'He's Here, Any Country Welcome to Have Him,' Says Malaysian PM on Islamic Preacher Zakir Naik | World News, India.com

KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia's cabinet discussed the permanent residency of Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Wednesday (Aug 14), with three ministers demanding his expulsion for allegedly making racially-sensitive remarks in the multi-ethnic nation, according to Reuters. KUALA LUMPUR — Malaysia's cabinet discussed the permanent residency of Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Wednesday (Aug 14), with three ministers demanding his expulsion for allegedly making racially-sensitive remarks in the multi-ethnic nation, according to Reuters.

Malaysian ministers demand controversial preacher Zakir Naik’s expulsion for racially-sensitive remarks

Zakir Naik has come under fire for his recent comments that Hindus in Malaysia had "100 times more rights" than the Muslim minority in India and that they sometimes believed in the Indian government more than the Malaysian one.Zakir Naik has come under fire for his recent comments that Hindus in Malaysia had "100 times more rights" than the Muslim minority in India and that they sometimes believed in the Indian government more than the Malaysian one.

Malaysia cabinet to discuss residency of controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik | World News, The Indian Express

Malaysia's cabinet discussed the permanent residency of Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Wednesday, with three ministers demanding his expulsion for allegedly making racially sensitive remarks in the multi-ethnic nation.Malaysia's cabinet discussed the permanent residency of Indian Islamic prea...

Malaysian ministers say Indian Islamic preacher should be expelled - Reuters

Kuala Lumpur [Malaysia]: Malaysian Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran has called for action to be taken against controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik "for questioning the loyalty of Hindu Malaysians". "Naik is an outsider who is a fugitive and has little knowledge of the Malaysian history, therefore, he should not be given such privilege to run…Kuala Lumpur : Malaysian Human Resources Minister M Kulasegaran has called for action to be taken against controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik "for qu

Zakir Naik’s remark on 'Hindu Malaysians' triggers controversy

Zakir Naik has been a hot topic on the local news ever since he stepped foot into this country. Known for his controversial statements, Zakir Naik made another remark recently stating that if Malaysians want him to leave the country then Chinese who aren't born in Malaysia should leave first.…Zakir Naik has been a hot topic on the local news ever since he stepped foot into this country. Known for his controversial statements, Zakir Naik made another remark recently stating that if Malaysians want

Zakir Naik: If You Want Me To Leave, Ask “Old Guest” Chinese To Go Back First - WORLD OF BUZZ

PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Two Malaysian ministers have told Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad that controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik must be booted out of the country.. Read more at straitstimes.com.SE Asia News -PETALING JAYA (THE STAR/ASIA NEWS NETWORK) - Two Malaysian ministers have told Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad that controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik must be booted out of the

Malaysian ministers tell Mahathir they want controversial Indian preacher Zakir Naik out, SE Asia News & Top Stories - The Straits Times

Malaysia's cabinet discussed the permanent residency of Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Wednesday, with three ministers demanding his expulsion for allegedly making racially sensitive remarks in the multi-ethnic nation. Naik, who has lived in Malaysia for about three years and faces chargesMalaysia's cabinet discussed the permanent residency of Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik on Wednesday, with three ministers demanding his expulsion for allegedly making racially sensitive remarks in the multi-ethnic nation. Naik, who has lived in Malaysia for about three years and faces charges

Malaysian ministers say Indian Islamic preacher should be expelled

The Malaysian ministers said Naik's comments may have been aimed at driving a wedge between Muslims and non-Muslims in Malaysia, an allegation that Naik denied.The Malaysian ministers said Naik's comments may have been aimed at driving a wedge between Muslims and non-Muslims in Malaysia, an allegation that Naik denied.

Malaysian ministers demand Zakir Naik's expulsion over his racially sensitive remarks - IBTimes India

People call me a guest. So I said, before me, the Chinese were the guests. They arent born here. If you want the new guest to go first, (then) ask the old guests to go back."People call me a guest. So I said, before me, the Chinese were the guests. They aren’t born here. If you want the new guest to go first, (then) ask the old guests to go back.

Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik plays 'pendatang' card, says Chinese should go back before he does - SE Asia - The Jakarta Post

In the interim, the ministers say Zakir should not be allowed to hold any more events.

DAP, PKR ministers informed cabinet they want Zakir out, PM to decide