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#BanZakirNaik George Bush did 9/11, Bin Laden neither a terrorist nor a saint : Zakir Naik

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Ban zakir naik

Ban zakir naik

Known for his controversial statements, Zakir Naik has associated world leaders with terrorism in the past, most notably George Bush Jr, who he calls an example of white-collar terrorism. Reiterating that he considers Bush a terrorist (while his verdict is still out on Al Qaeda), he says, “He has gone out of his way to kill millions of people. You can see it in his eyes.”
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Zakir adds, “Even if you agree with all the allegations that have been put on these organisations, [the death toll of] Al Qaeda runs into few thousands — not millions. George Bush is millions. And I call [that] white-collar terrorism.” Zakir has consistently blamed George Bush for the 9/11 attacks, a position he sticks to today saying he has done his research. His views on Osama Bin Laden, however, are less critical.
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Searching for Zakir Naik’s name on Googleoften throws up his controversial statement on Osama Bin Laden where he said, “I am with him. Every Muslim should be a terrorist.”

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