Wondering what Choudary is up to in London these days?

A good use of his ‘jihad seekers allowance’ I see.

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Small group of radical British Islamists protest outside the Central Mosque in North London. Protesters heavily criticised the recent Syrian peace talks in Geneva and Western secularism, demanding full Islamic state in Syria as only solution.

Followers of radical Islamist Anjem Chaudry protesting in London01/13

Small group of radical British Islamists was protesting outside the Central Mosque in North London. Protesters heavily criticised the recent Syrian peace talks in Geneva and Western secularism, demanding full Islamic state in Syria as only solution.



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27 Replies to “Wondering what Choudary is up to in London these days?”

  1. Wouldn’t it be nice if just one mainstream media TV station would just broadcast a few minutes of this guy’s rantings along with a message saying, “This is Islam. There are 1.5 billion Muslims and they are currently trying to take over the world. This is one of their soldiers at work. Take a good look, folks. Does he look like he’s joking? What would it be like if this guy had power over you and your country?

  2. This vile little bastard is a prime target for feeling the heavy boot of freedom loving peoples. He should be horse-whipped in the streets and then strung upside-down by his stinking sandals. Muslims are scumbags. They should be targetted, captured, punished and given so much grief that they rue the day they ever spoke Allah’s name. They came from the Arabian desert and they belong in the desert, and one glorious day that is where they shall return – all one billion of them. If we have to compress them all in like sardines, then so be it!

  3. Deadly suicide bombing hits Kabul (BBC, Jan 26, 2014)
    “A suicide bomber has blown himself up close to a bus carrying soldiers in the Afghan capital Kabul, killing at least four people, official say. The Taliban said they carried out the attack in the south-east of the city. They have stepped up their campaign ahead of the departure of Nato-led combat troops at the end of 2014. The latest attack is the third by the insurgents in Kabul in just over a week. On 17 January, 21 people died in a gun and bomb attack on a restaurant. In Sunday’s attack, two soldiers on the bus and two civilians on the road died when the suicide bomber detonated his vest, a spokesman for the ministry of defence said. The BBC’s David Loyn in Kabul says government buses carrying security forces and workers to ministries in the capital are a common sight – and an easy target. Earlier this month, a spokesman told the BBC the militants are “confident of victory” over Nato-led forces and already control large areas of the country.”

  4. Gunmen kill police officer guarding Hindu temple in Pakistan (CNN, Jan 26, 2014)
    “A police constable guarding a Hindu temple in northwest Pakistan was shot dead Sunday, authorities said.Two assailants in a motorbike shot the policeman who was standing guard outside a temple in Peshawar, said Faisal Mukhtar, the city’s police superintendent. Authorities do not have a motive for the attack. Pakistan is a predominantly Muslim countries where other religions account for little more than 3% of the population. The attack is reminiscent of a November attack in Peshawar where a police officer was shot dead while he was guarding a church. In September, two suicide blasts at another church in the city killed more than 78 people and injured 100.”

  5. Official: U.S. airstrike in Somalia targets suspected militant leader (CNN, Jan 27, 2014)
    “The U.S. military conducted an airstrike in southern Somalia on Sunday against a suspected militant leader, a U.S. military official told CNN. The target was described by the official as a “senior leader” affiliated with al Qaeda and Al-Shabaab, al Qaeda’s affiliate in Somalia. The United States has not yet been able to determine whether the target was killed, the official said. Last October, the elite U.S. Navy SEAL Team Six aborted a pre-dawn raid in southern Somalia to capture Al-Shabaab leader Ikrima after an intense firefight prevented them from reliably taking him alive, a senior U.S. official told CNN at the time…”

  6. Al Mojaharoun is an “offshoot” of Hizb ut Tahrir, Hizb ut Tahrir is an “offshoot” of The Muslim Brotherhood and shares the EXACT same goal of reestablishing the caliphate just as the other Muslim Brotherhood “offshoots” do.

    They claim to be separate but worked out of a radical Muslm Brotherhood mosque in England, where it has a similar wheelhouse to CAIR. As with other groups it has been found that there is a relationship between the two that the Muslim Brotherhood wants kept secret.

    So Al al mujaharoon (or Al Al-Muhajiroun) is basically Muslim Brotherhood. Just like Gama al Ishmalaya and, as more and more people are finally realizing, Al Quada (duh!). Just as with those other organizations, it’s kept at a distance in order to do dirty work like recruiting jihadists to join the Muslim Brotherhood revolt in Syria and engaging in Subversion.

    Subversion that took an almost identical form that of Imam Rauf’s Ground Zero Mosque escapade. Provocation, Reaction, Demonetization of those who react – in order to cleave those who resist and speak out away from the rest of the population.

    But he is connected to so many terrorists that it can’t be a coincidence that they engaged in terrorism after knowing him and his organizations.

    Anjem Choudhary is not a comical jerk wad. He is another Anwar al-Awlaki.

  7. I’m slightly confused. Are you saying that bloke in the video is Anjem Choudhary? It isn’t Anjem Choudhary. Not by a million miles. Or are you saying Choudhary organised it?

    That protest looks like it’s outside the Regents Park Mosque in London. How muslims were allowed to build a mosque there is beyond me. Oh, I know, it was financed by the Saudi Royal Family. That’ll be it…

  8. I thought the same thing joeb, he looks far too slim and far too small to be choudhray, plus he has a smirk on his face, that’s something choudhray never has when putting over his BILE.

  9. Richard, I’ll go with your emendation.

    I’m brooding over Truthiocity’s well-observed, “Anjem Choudhary is not a comical jerk wad. He is another Anwar al-Awlaki.”

  10. Yucki I remember when it occurred to me that Anjem was not a joke but was a seriously dangerous and influential person. I suspect he didn’t start out that way, I have my own theories about his evolution. But either way at this time he is a serious threat to liberty.

  11. As I understand it, if you say ‘when’ then its a direct threat and not covered under the 1st amendment. The legal term is, ‘immediacy’. However as there appears not to be a 1st amendment anymore I wouldn’t bet my liberty on it.

  12. Take a good look at the islamic extremists that surround Anjem Choudary for these are tomorrows Suicide bombers/terrorists. God knows why he is still at liberty when he was responsible for radicalising Michael Adebolajo.

  13. … then slicing that great, long, gob-smacking tongue into fine pieces & feeding it to corpse-hunting dogs? The ones who check out buildings after bombings?

  14. Eyesore,

    I don’t care what the link says. That is not Anjem Choudhary. They’re wrong. Simply bring up a picture of him and compare it.

  15. Joed:

    The link doesn’t say it is him. It says this is his group doing this. That he likely organized it. Read the explanation at the link. We all know it isn’t him because he doesn’t quite look like the other bearded clams at this rally.

  16. He isn’t just connected to the terrorist who killed Pvt Lee Rigby but many others as well. Including Mohamad Merah, who killed several soldiers, a Rabbi and a few little school children by shooting them at point blank range. He ran after a little jewish schoolgirl who fled from hi, grabbed her and shot her in the face.

    He was in contact with an Al Moujaharoon iteration just before committing that unspeakable murder.

    And he’s only one of many.

    That’s why Anjem Choudhary and his thugs are no laughing matter. They kill.

    (I can’t recall where I heard or read it but I think there is also a connection between Al Mujaharoun and the 7/7 bombers.)

    Could we put together a definitve list of all the terrorists that Choudhary and Al Moujaharoun have been connected to so far?

  17. He also intentionaly hinted himself at a connection with the swedish christmas bomber, Taimour Abdulwahab, who blew up himself and a car in Stockholm while people were christmas shopping.

    When it was revealed that he had been radicalized in Luton, Choudhary made a point of saying on Television that, yes, he often goes to Luton. He said that in order to make a connection with himself and the failed bomber.

    The bombers wife also turned out to be a terrorist. So that’s two more.

  18. Choudhary’s still breathes on his own?

    What a shame… I see this wretched Unesco stuff, blizzard here. Could really use a pick-me-up. Like Choudhary on his way to pay his karmic debt.

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