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Leader Of Islam4UK, Anjem Choudary Drinking Beer, Smoking Dope And Reading Porn

Posted in Crime, news, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , on 01/12/2010 by securityscene

Fundamentalist Muslim and leader of the soon to be banned Islam4UK hasn’t always been as hate filled as he is now. Currently he spouts threats to British way of life, calls out soldier’s murders and leeches from the British Government in order to run his groups.

We’ve found a few photos that show how this man used to be, before he decided that taking arms against innocent people who don’t believe in his religion was a good idea.

They pretty much speak for themselves and show what a hypocrite this man really is.

Student Anjem Choudary, a night out on the beers with soft-porn

Choudray Out and About Again With Beer And A Spliff

Hate Filled Muslim, Filling Him Self With Cider

We would welcome anyone with a good understanding of Sharia law to comment below as to what punishment Anjem Choudary, or Andy as he called himself back then, would have been likely given?

Planned March At Wootton Bassett

Posted in Crime, news, Politics, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , , , on 01/05/2010 by securityscene

A group with ties to a banned Islamic group is planning a march on Wootton Bassett.

Wootton Bassett has become famous for the processions of repatriated service men and women who have tragically lost their lives whilst on active service in Afghanistan.

The leader of the group Islam4UK, Anjem Choudary, has released details of their intention to bring Muslims to protest , it would seem from their “current affairs” release that they would like to bring attention to the “genocide” being committed by all soldiers in Muslim countries and injustice of British soldiers bring “paraded as war heroes”.  The group also want to bring attention to the media their desire to convert England to an Islamic state under the Sharia law.

Most of the nation is in up-roar over the proposed march, Wootton Bassett has become a route where the public can pay their respect and honour the dead who have given their lives for this country.

The Wilshire town of Wootton Bassett has seen a number of Muslims protests, with offensive and inflammatory placards being waved while soldier’s bodies are being returned home. These Muslims have been led by Choudary and his Islam4UK website, as well as the militant and banned group they represent Al-Muhajiroun.

While the group says they are against the murder of innocent Muslims, they seem to show a great deal of respect and admiration for terrorists, suicide bombers and al-Qaeda leader Osama Bin Laden, people who have no problem targeting civilians.

It is unlikely that this march will be authorised by the authorities and Choudary has also admitted that the location has been chosen in order to bring the up-roar and maximum media profile. He brings up democracy and asks why he can’t hold his protest where he likes?

We understand that lots of people will have lots of thoughts about this march and we welcome your comments.

Also See – Islamic Group Plans Wootton Bassett March

Arrests Over Anti-Muslim Protests

Posted in Crime, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , , on 05/25/2009 by securityscene

Nine people have been arrested by Bedfordshire Police after a march to support British soldiers was marred by anti-Muslim protests. The event was in the town of Luton close to London in the UK and organized to show support for troops in Iraq and Afghanistan.

A small group of demonstrators chanted anti-Islamic slogans and carried banners which read “No Sharia Law In The UK”. The arrests were made by officers when protesters broke away from the main group and attacked an Asian owned business and caused damage to cars in the area.

The march was organized by a group called United People of Luton and was in protest against the Muslims who marred the homecoming parade of the 2nd Battalion The Royal Anglian Regiment on 10th March 2009. The Muslims, including the activist Sayful Islam, shouted at 200 soldiers and waved placards calling them “Butchers of Basra”, “Murderers” and “Baby Killers”.

A spokesman for the United People of Luton, Wayne King, 24, who helped organize Sunday’s march, said “We want laws brought in to stop these preachers of hate operating here in Luton.”

“We decided enough was enough after soldiers got heckled as they marched through the town centre by the Muslim extremists.”

Another group named March for England had applied to Luton Borough Council for permission to march through the town centre but their request was turned down. The Council confirmed that it had become aware that a small group of people had decided to go ahead with the march despite being turned down.

Two men wearing balaclavas during the protest