(G.N.S) Dt. 20 Kuala Lumpur A day after Zakir Naik was quizzed for over 10 hours by police for his remarks against Malaysian Hindus, the Islamic preacher has been banned from giving public speeches anywhere in Malaysia. Malaysian police said this has been done in the interest of national security. Datuk Asmawati Ahmad, head of corporate communications, The Royal Malaysia Police, confirmed the development to Malay Mail. She said, “Yes.
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