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Farhat Zakir Naik ‒ Introduction

Mrs Farhat Naik, wife of Dr Zakir Naik — the internationally renowned orator on Islam and Comparative Religion — is herself an acclaimed Da’ee and propagator of Islam amongst women. Alhamdu’lillaah, she’s the main driving force behind the success and achievements of Dr Zakir Naik.

A mother of three and an active advocate of women’s empowerment from an Islamic perspective, Mrs Farhat Naik has delivered many public talks in English and Urdu exclusively for women, and has had lecture tours in the USA, Canada, UK, Italy, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Bahrain, Australia, South Africa, Botswana, Gambia, Sri Lanka, Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Trinidad, Mauritius, Maldives, and many other countries, besides delivering lectures in India.

Farhat Zakir Naik ‒ Wife of Dr Zakir Naik

Mrs Farhat Naik has done her Masters in Commerce from the University of Poona, India. She is a former lecturer at Poona College, as well as the former Principal of the Islamic International School, Mumbai, where she also served as an Islaamic trainer for teachers, parents and students.

At present, Mrs Naik is occupied in Islaamic Da’wah activities. She is a strong believer in education for both the worlds: Dunya and Aakhirah. Through her work, she emphasizes on the importance of a worldly education infused with the Islaamic spirit for the Muslim youth.

Mrs Naik has inculcated an Islaamic perspective in modern primary and secondary education.

Mrs Farhat Naik has empowered Muslim women from all walks of life, guiding them to fulfill their true purpose and helping them rise above the challenges of today’s world. More than just an orator, she has been a mentor, a teacher, a guide and an inspiration to many. With the Qur’aan and Authentic Hadith as her basis, Mrs. Farhat Naik reminds Muslim women of the important role they must play in society, and urges them to leave behind a legacy of compassion, wisdom and courage — a legacy that will remain in the hearts and minds of generations to come.

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