Tag: Anjem Choudary

UK: Extremist Islamist groups to be banned under new terror laws

Anjem Choudary The Islamist group Islam4UK, which planned a march through Wootton Bassett, and its “parent” organisation, al-Muhajiroun, are to be banned under new legislation outlawing the “glorification” of terrorism.

The decision to proscribe the two organisations, which will have to be endorsed by parliament, will make it a criminal offence punishable by a prison term of up to 10 years to be a member of either organisation, or to attend or address their meetings

We need more Muslim babies … then we can take over Britain

Muslim hate criminals A hate fanatic has boasted that Muslims will one day conquer Britain — by having more babies.

Speaking at a rally marking 9/11, Anjem Choudary bragged that a birth explosion would let followers of Islam take control of the country.

Undercover Sun investigators secretly recorded Choudary telling a young and impressionable audience that they would eventually rule under strict Sharia law.

UK Islamic Extremist Gives a Chilling Warning of Another 9/11

A leading Islamic militant has issued a chilling warning that Britain faces a terrorist attack on the scale of 9/11. The UK head of Al-Muhajiroun, an extremist group linked to last week’s failed plotters, said today he expected a future atrocity would be successful. Anjem Choudary told the Evening Standard: “I would not be surprised at all if there is a plot that succeeds. I would not be surprised that another 7/7 or 9/11 type operation was being planned, the causes are still there.” Mr Choudary, who ran Al-Muhajiroun until it was disbanded, is a radical accused of influencing young

Radical muslims call off London rally, fear attack

LONDON July 25 – A radical Muslim group which openly celebrated the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States said on Sunday it had called off a planned rally in central London because of fears of a possible al-Qaeda attack. A spokesman for the Al-Muhajiroun group in Britain, Anjem Choudary, said its leader Sheikh Omar Bakri Muhammad had been told al-Qaeda had repeated its warning of attacks against Europe if they refused to pull troops out of Iraq and Afghanistan. Choudary said the rally would therefore be moved outside London to ensure the safety of those who take part.

Group faces eviction for celebration of Sept 11

Al-Muhajiroun, the extremist Muslim group that used the second anniversary of the September 11 atrocities last week to praise the “Magnificent 19” hijackers, is facing eviction from its London offices. The landlord of the business centre in Tottenham, north London, where al-Muhajiroun has rented premises since December 2001, said yesterday it had begun legal action to evict the organisation. The Workplace Group, which owns business property across London, acted after al-Muhajiroun praised the terrorist attacks in New York and Washington as “a good deed”. The company said the offices had been rented by Anjem Choudary, a chief spokesman for al-Muhajiroun,