Parody: Zakir Naik has expressed his interest to convert one of the world’s last remaining isolated tribes, The Sentinelese Tribe. They represent some of the last people on earth whose way of life remains entirely undisturbed by modern civilization.

He indicated that he is well aware that the trip will be illegal, but the small fishing vessel will be transporting him to the isolated island under cover of darkness, evading patrols.

“True Deen itself will be hiding us from the Kafir Indian Coast Guard and many patrols,” he added.

“The earlier efforts of converting the tribe failed as the religion they proposed was wrong and it preached 2+2=5, while our religion preaches 2+2=4 which is correct, hence our deen is only True”, Dr Naik said.

In another incident, which has no relation to this article, A crocodile has killed a Protestant pastor who was baptising followers near a lake in southern Ethiopia. Docho Eshete was conducting the ceremony for about 80 people on Sunday morning at Lake Abaya in Arba Minch town’s Merkeb Tabya district.

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Deliberate isolation:
The Sentinelese live in complete isolation on the remote island in the Andaman archipelago, and are thought to have done so for tens of thousands of years. The tribe and their home are protected by Indian law to maintain their way of life and protect them from modern illnesses because they lack immunity.

Just more than a dozen people are officially thought to live on the remote island, which about 50 kilometer (31 miles) west of Port Blair, the capital of the Andaman and Nicobar archipelago, an Indian territory. The island is a protected area, and people are not allowed to go within 5 nautical miles of it, after previous incidents of aggressive behavior toward outsiders were observed.

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