Malaysian Foreign Minister Saifuddin Abdullah said on Friday that his country would not hand over Indian preacher Zacker Nike to his country, which accuses him of “financing terrorism and money laundering .”
In his remarks to the local news site Today, the Malaysian foreign minister confirmed that Kuala Lumpur’s position remains as it is, by refusing to hand over the preacher, Zaker Naik, after the Indian official request.
It should be noted that the Indian government has revoked the passport of Zaker Naik, an Indian Islamic preacher who is known for his anti-violent and anti-religious rhetoric.
According to Indian media, intelligence has asked Interpol to place Islamic preacher Nike in the red leaflet.
Zakir Nayek, an Islamic preacher and an Islamic scholar, was born in 1965. He is also a doctor. Since 1993, he has focused on Islamic preaching. He has also been active in the fields of advocacy, preaching and comparison of religions. is named “Dedat Al Akbar” and serves as Director of the Islamic Research Foundation in India.