Dr Zakir Naik

Dr Zakir Naik

Born Zakir Abdul Karim Naik
18 October 1965
Mumbai, Maharashtra, India
Education Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery
  Kishinchand Chellaram College
Topiwala National Medical College and Nair Hospital
University of Mumbai

President of Islamic Research Foundation, public speaker

Years active 1991–present
Known for Dawah
Influenced by Ahmed Deedat
Board member of Islamic Research Foundation
Religion Islam
Spouse(s) Farhat Naik

Islam never taught terrorism or taught to support any terrorists, Islam never taught to over rule the rights of women, neither prohibited girl’s education nor backed any force marriage etc. How many times have you heard this from any Muslim? May be many times but its sounds not too impressive when we see the other side of the coin where media portrays every terrorist is a Muslim.

But story does not end here, but it has got a new start from here when an Indian medical doctor and a religious researcher became an orator and cleaned many misconceptions, myths and false propaganda of people who raise their finger against Islam which is undoubtedly a peaceful and pure religion, Islam has also reached to the top position in comparison to any other religion of the world regarding its followers.

According to Times Online, this doctor cleaned all those misconceptions about Islam not only among non-Muslims but also among Muslims because if Islam is blamed for anything wrong then the reason is the wrong teachings of correct religion to them.

That is Dr. Zakir Abdul Karim Naik, very well known as Dr. Zakir Naik. A thin bodied man wearing skull cap and jacket and trouser speaking confidently about Islam, Hinduism, Christianity, Judaism and many other religions of the world. He is remarkably intelligent and a fast learner who has learned by heart the important verses of the holy books according to pages, verses and lines.


615 thoughts on “Dr Zakir Naik

  1. I have experienced Christians & NON believers talk misleading things about Islam; after verifying; this makes my faith more consolidated/strengthens! I am happy & now I have become a semi-scholar of Islam!


  2. salam
    ghazwa e hind can i have a very detailed explnation truthfully from quran and hadith and if from hadith please mention when and what time or date this was mentioned and by whome and was this mentioned after Prophet Muhammed (PBUH) death or before. the reason i see a very big misunderstanding in (ghazw e hind) i find this tempting enough for an uneducated muslim in Islam who is uneducated in Islam himself to do things blindly. and i dont have any idea about this please explain me .May Allah forgive me if i mistakenly typed something against Him.
    this is just for my knowledge.


  3. Dear Dr. Zakir Naik sb,
    Assalamo alaikom
    Sorry i couldn’t find your valid email id. zakir@irf.net does not receive any messages, if there is any valid direct email address of Dr. Zakir please send it.
    I am a Pakistani citizen and for queries I refer to your Lectures. We have big names and personalities in Islam but due firqawari’at I only listen to you and Dr. Israr Ahmad (Late). Because of firqawari’at every scholar tends a matter to what their specific IMAM said and what is in their Firqa.
    My query arose because I heard Dr. Israr Ahmad (Late) (he is like you, didn’t tend a matter to any firqa’s favor. Always told what was right) about differentiating “MUSLIM” from “MU’MIN”. I want to hear your researched thoughts about this matter with references.
    What is the difference between “MUSLIM” and “MU’MIN”.
    As for my research they are same as MUHAMMAD and AHMAD are, and my references for that are:
    1. Surah Mai’dah (Chapter # 5) Verses # 111 & 112
    2. Surah Al Imran (Chapter # 3) Verse # 52
    Please guide me.
    Kind regards
    Aftab Haider


  4. Al-salamu alaykum
    I had a simple with regards to questioning or challenging the Quran.
    Is it halal to do so?
    Since it makes sense that it would be halal since by looking for faults in the Quran and then coming back with no faults found only strengthens ones faith but I wanted an expert opinion
    Jazakum allahu khayran


  5. Asalamoalikoom
    I’m from kurdistan of iran
    beforehand I want to apologize for my english
    I cant speak very well for that we can have the translated vedio of Dr Nike
    My question is about jinn ( goblin) .
    what’s hadis about jiin??
    jiin can capture human and make a human crazy and do something unwanted.??
    we have some islamic leader in here someone say jiin can do all thing with humat cuse of hadis of bokharis book or… and someone say its can’t possible.
    mybe I forget some other ask , please answer me completely.
    جزاکم الله و خیرا


  6. Assalam o alaikom
    Sir I had dream that the sky was full of shining stars and each star one by one break into peace (little stars) and I pray my wishes at same time.
    Sir I need its meaning.


  7. Maine sauna Thai Jo kuch hota hai Allah ke margi se hotahai toh agar mei namaaz nahi padhunga to mujhe gunnah kyu hoga.mei namaaz agar nahi padhraha hu to ishme bhi toh Allah ki margihai to mujhe gunnah kyu hoga


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