Annual Day of the Islamic International School

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Zakir Naik

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And if we see the annual days that we had the annual day,

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and we have shown that annually even on satellite channel movement we showed on the satellite channel, the annual day of children performing, we got applications from different parts of the world that we do want to open a similar school.

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Now, just a few months back, we are in the annual day with the cassette hasn't been released, it is 10 times better than the first one.

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And at Hamdulillah, there, if you analyze, it was the five hours and only the children performed. No adult, no teacher even spoke a word.

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All the children from nursery to standard five,

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they performed and even they themselves were the compare. They compared the program professionally. Mashallah, they were the compares. They handle everything. Not a single teacher even spoke a word. No one spoke for five hours. Without the break, the audience was glued to the seat blued, five hours imagine our children from the age of three and a half to 11 and a half. They glued the audience for five hours, Mashallah. And what we did, we did not spend a great deal of time, we hardly trained them for three to four weeks. That's it. And in the first week, it was two hours a day, second week was three hours a day, then half a day, last week was the fourth day. So they lost about two weeks

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of the school on an average nine working days. But we saw to it that we got professionals. We have professional choreographers,

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one Islamic step that we are taking. And when we had the show, we had at our conference, an international conference where our students Mashallah as I mentioned earlier, that our conference was started by the recipient of shakes today. So one of the strange desktop that shakes today. Then we had Dr. Solomon, giving a speech and then we had a lot of Philips coming then other speakers with Abram green. Then the other person, Nashik, Mr. de la, then my son dressed up like Dr. Zakir Naik. The point to be noted was that we had professional people who do makeup from the film industry and the person who had done if you know about Amitabh Bachchan, who had done the beard Amitabh Bachchan

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change, you know, change I know we don't get it people say movies, but I was told that the person who did the beard for Amitabh Bachchan in chincha, you're the Muslim, he happened to be my friend. So we had them Mashallah. And the makeup if you see, I doubt you might have seen anywhere else that young children are of the age of 10 years, 11 years the way they perform. And my son, he copied the speech, five minutes section of my speech which I gave in London last year, when I came in December for the global unity of peace, the talk I gave at XL theater and Mashallah is the same type of beer, same gap, same code, the actions to the teachers train them, the gestures, the way they walk, the

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way they come to mind the way they adjust the microphone, everything similarly with all the other speakers is the speaker citizen speak our children of society

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and there are various kits. So if you see the ROM if you see the full fiber, you find children right from the age of three and a half travalena performing. And there's one section where a person speaking the various languages we teach in our school, English, Arabic, Marathi, Hindi, Urdu, you can see in the skin that our children Mashallah for fluent in all the languages that really impresses the people. But one thing we realize that we should believe in professionalism