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Dr. Zakir Naik's Peace Convention at Kishanganj ends with a positive note

Tuesday April 03, 2012 02:37:43 PM, Md Mudassir Alam

Kishanganj (Bihar): Amid protests by some Muslim sects in Kishanganj, Dr. Zakir Naik – an M.B.B.S by qualification and a preacher of Islam finished his 3 days Peace Convention with great success and positive notes Sunday.


Dr. Zakir Naik who is spreading the message of Islam and true Hadith through his peace conventions for the past two decades was highly excited over the response of people who gathered in a large number to listen to him .


In fact, in three days convention dated March 30, March 31 and April 1, 2012, about 8 lakh people from different parts of Seemanchal visited the venue to listen to Dr. Zakir Naik.

Despite the objections raised by some self-proclaimed Mullahs, lakhs of people thronged at Kishanganj to clarify their doubts about Islam and knowing the religion of ‘Peace and Brotherhood’ from Dr. Zakir Naik, an accomplished student of comparative religion.


All the trains originating from Assam, West Bengal, Jharkhand and other parts of Bihar were full of people traveling to Kishanganj. The hotels and motels of Kishanganj have never witnessed full booking. Similarly, the owner of shops and restaurants in Kishanganj were highly happy of earning the high revenue in their life.


The very first day,  in front of a crowd of about 2.5 to 3 lakh, Dr. Zakir Naik explained the reason of reading the Holy Qoran by understanding it properly. After his lecture as usual he started the Question & Answer session. The non Muslims were given preference to ask the questions. Zakir Naik satisfied them with his logical answers.

On the Second Day of the convention, Dr. Zakir Naik after his brief session asked the audience to participate in Question and Answer session. The common questions asked were: 1) Why do you always claim Islam as the best religion. 2) Eating Beaf is unethical? 3. Shall we respect our parents much more than anyone else? 4. What is Jihad? 5. Is Terrorism is allowed in Islam? The entire session of 4 hours for three days spent in no time. And the people who have attended the convention said that they had never felt the session boring. In fact, they were ready to spend the whole night at the venue.

Dr. Zakir Naik presents the true religion of Islam in best way by quoting the verses for the Glorious Qoran. He also put references from the Hadith before the people. Being a student of Comparative religions, Zakir Naik also has knowledge of other religious scriptures like Vedas, Puranas, Ramayana, Mahabharata, Bible, etc. His personality and way of talking with people is also influential, and encourages people of other religions to accept Islam. During Kishanganj Peace Convetion about 25 non Muslims including ladies accepted the religion of Islam without any type of pressure before the lakhs of people.

On the whole, Dr. Zakir Naik’s peace convention at Kishanganj provided a new and positive identity among people of other religions. Many non Muslims present during the convention praised Zakir Naik for preaching the true Islam and clarifying their doubts. The followers of Islam attended the convention have also returned back to their home by carrying the real picture of their pious religion in their mind.


Last but not least, the credit of Dr. Zakir Naik Peace Convention goes to Matiur Rahman, the Chair Person of Tauheed Educational Trust and his dedicated team. The 1800 volunteers who had worked day and night to make the convention successful also deserve plaudits.


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