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KUALA LUMPUR: Tamil daily Malaysia Nanban has refuted allegations of sponsoring and supporting the controversial televangelist Zakir Naik, stating that such claims was "baseless" and "fake". The newspaper's director, Datuk Shafee Zaman Sikandar Batcha, said the issue started with the spread of a Whatsapp message that went viral and was later blown out of proportion. "We identified the message about a week ago. It linked us to Zakir Naik and suddenly the issue became viral," he said. "I have never met him (Zakir) and I have never seen him before … He is in 'high level' hands. We are just a Tamil newspaper. How does it relate to us?" he told theSun. A Whatsapp message has been circulating calling for the public to boycott the daily, claiming that Zakir had received sponsors and support from Malaysia Nanban. Zakir's frequent visits to Malaysia had sparked controversies and protests from the public on grounds that the Muslim preacher was a threat to national harmony and unity.
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KUALA LUMPUR: Tamil daily Malaysia Nanban has refuted allegations of sponsoring and supporting the controversial televangelist Zakir Naik, stating that such claims was "baseless" and "fake". The newspaper's director, Datuk Shafee Zaman Sikandar Batcha, said the issue started with the spread of a Whatsapp message that went viral and was later blown out of proportion. "We identified the message about a week ago. It linked us to Zakir Naik and suddenly the issue became viral," he said. "I have never met him (Zakir) and I have never seen him before … He is in 'high level' hands. We are just a Tamil newspaper. How does it relate to us?" he told theSun. A Whatsapp message has been circulating calling for the public to boycott the daily, claiming that Zakir had received sponsors and support from Malaysia Nanban. Zakir's frequent visits to Malaysia had sparked controversies and protests from the public on grounds that the Muslim preacher was a threat to national harmony and unity.
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A fundamentalist Muslim preacher in Sydney Omar Najjarine has declared the world is coming to an end when men look like women, there's gay sex and female pop stars.
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All roads lead to Bloemfontein this weekend. Evangelist preacher Angus Buchan will lead a massive prayer service. Thousands have already gathered on a farm outside the capital where it will be held. For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
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A special NIA court today issued a non-bailable warrant against the controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, wanted by the agency for his alleged role in a terror case.
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IPOH: The government should focus on resolving the issue of stateless Indians instead of granting Permanent Residency (PR) status to controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, said MIC Youth. Its chief Datuk C. Sivarraajh (pix) said granting PR status to Zakir should have been the last resort by the government. "We should send him back to India if there is an official notice or warrant from the Indian government to extradite him for investigation. "He is a divisive figure and national interest should come first. "His presence in Malaysia irked most of the Indian NGOs calling for his removal from the country," he added. Sivarraajh also denied claims by the opposition that there are 300,000 stateless Indians. MIC Youth through its initiative such as the MyDaftar programme and Special Indian Task Force (SITF) have been progressively resolving such cases since 2014.
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Announced in February alongside its offline viewing functionality (which arrived last month), Stan has finally launched its 4K Ultra HD service today as part of its new 'Stan Premium' pricing tier. It'll cost you $15 per month to access Stan's 4K streams, with an introductory price of $10 for the first month. The new tier will also provide subscribers with an extra simultaneous stream (bringing the total to four) and will also allow TV shows and movies to be downloaded on up to five devices at a time (as opposed to the three offered on the regular $10 plan). The plan costs one cent more than Netflix's equivalent 4K tier, though at present, only nine shows are available in 4K on Stan. The shows include Stan Originals and exclusives such as Better Call Saul, Wolf Creek, No Activity, Preacher, Mozart in the Jungle, The Girlfriend Experience, Transparent, Power and Breaking Bad.
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You could hear the deep sadness in the preacher’s voice as he named “the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today my own government. With those words, the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. , launched a scathing indictment ...
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Oprah Winfrey’s new reality TV star has a history of homophobia. John Gray, a Christian pastor from Houston, Texas, has been given an eight-episode documentary series by the OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) called ‘The Book of John’, which will follow his life as a preacher and family man. The decision is likely to anger LGBT [...]
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PUTRAJAYA: Controversial Muslim preacher Dr Zakir Naik has permanent resident (PR) status in Malaysia, which was granted to him about five years ago, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. Nonetheless, Ahmad Zaid who is also the Home Minister said Malaysia will assist India to investigate the Islamic Research Foundation president if that country made a request for legal assistance. "I would like to confirm that he (Zakir) holds a permanent residence status but he is not a Malaysian citizen. "He has been awarded with the permanent status about five years ago, even before i was appointed as Home Minister. "If there is a request(from India) for our assistance, we are going to give full cooperation to India," Ahmad Zahid said after he officiated at the Human Ecology International Conference 2017 at Dorsett hotel here today. Zahid was appointed home minister after Barisan Nasional won the 13th general election in May 2013.
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PUTRAJAYA: Malaysia will assist India to investigate controversial preacher Dr Zakir Naik if it requests for a mutual legal assistance, said Deputy Prime Minister Datuk Seri Dr Ahmad Zahid Hamidi. Zahid, who is also the Home Minister also confirms that Zakir had been given a permanent resident status by Malaysian government about five years ago. "I would like to confirm that he (Zakir) holds a permanent residence status but he is not a Malaysian citizen. "He has been awarded with the permanent status about five years ago, even before I was appointed as Home Minister. "If there is a request (from India) for our assistance, we are going to translate it by giving a full cooperation to India," Ahmad Zahid said after he officiates the Human Ecology International Conference 2017 at Dorsett hotel here. MORE TO FOLLOW
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By Ira Chernus | ( Tomdispatch.com ) | You could hear the deep sadness in the preachers voice as he named the greatest purveyor of violence in the world today my own government. With those words, the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr., launched a scathing indictment of Americas war in Vietnam. It was April 4, 1967. That first antiwar sermon of his seemed to signal a new high tide of opposition to a brutal set of American policies in Southeast Asia. Just 11 days later, unexpectedly large crowds would come out in New York and San Francisco for the first truly massive antiwar rallies. Back then, a protest of at least a quarter of a million seemed yuge . King signaled another turning point when he concluded his speech by bringing up something even more disturbing something that would deeply disturb the developing antiwar movement as well.
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