Zakir Naik fled India three years ago amid accusations that he had aided in radicalising a group of teenagers who carried out a terror attack in Bangladesh. Photo: Alamy

Never mind Interpol, Mahathir says Malaysia can decide whether to extradite Islamic preacher Zakir Naik to India

  • The controversial televangelist, who has claimed September 11 was an ‘inside job’, fled India in 2016 amid accusations of spreading extremism
  • The Mahathir administration, struggling to retain its Muslim-Malay vote bank, may take another blow to its popularity if Zakir is deported
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Zakir Naik fled India three years ago amid accusations that he had aided in radicalising a group of teenagers who carried out a terror attack in Bangladesh. Photo: Alamy
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