Aamir says terrorists have no religion, stays mum on Zakir Naik


The terror attack in Bangladesh killing around 20 people has shaken the world. The incident was highly condemned by the people all over the world. The terrorist thronged a high-end cafe in Bangladesh and killed the non-Muslim hostages after they failed to recite the verses from Quran.

Along with commoners, Bollywood celebrities also took to Twitter to highly condemned the incident.

Aamir Khan says terrorists have no connection with any religion.

“People who spread terrorism or do it, have no connection with mazhab (religion), that's what I think. Then whether he is of any religion, Muslim, Hindu, Sikh, Christian...” said Aamir.

He added, "However much they say that they are doing it for religion, they have no relation with religion because if they actually followed it, (they will know) mazhab teaches us love."

On of the Bangladeshi militant Rohan Imtiaz, son of an Awami League leader quoted the controversial Indian Islamic preacher Zakir Naik.

The controversial Islamic orator and founder of the Mumbai-based Islamic Research Foundation, Naik’s lecture on Peace TV reportedly urged all Muslims to become terrorists. He was banned in UK and Canada for his hate speeches. He is among 16 banned Islamic scholars in Malaysia.

When quizzed about banning controversial Islamic preacher Zakir Naik, Aamir choose to stay mum and said, “I won't comment on that. I have said what I want to.”

On the professional front, Aamir Khan is busy shooting for ‘Dangal’ in which he will be seen playing the role of wrestler Mahavir Phogat. The movie is slated to release on December 23, 2016.