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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?

Membership Of Islam4UK & al-Muhajiroun To Become Illegal

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

By Thursday 14th January 2010 it will be illegal to be a member of the group Islam4UK or its parent organisation, al-Muhajiroun.

Alan Johnson, the British Home Secretary, said that under new legislation it would be a criminal offence to glorify terrorism and be punishable by up to 10 years in prison.

“I have today laid an order which will proscribe al-Muhajiroun, Islam4UK, and a number of the other names the organisation goes by,” Johnson said. “It is already proscribed under two other names – al-Ghurabaa and the Saved Sect or the Saviour Sect.

Johnson said that proscription was “a tough but necessary power to tackle terrorism”, adding that it was “not a course we take lightly”.

The group, Islam4UK, has said that if their organisation is banned “another platform with a new name will arise to continue to fulfil these divine objections until the Sharia has been implemented”.

See also;
Hundreds Descend On Wootton Bassett As Hoaxer Claims Islam4UK On Their Way
Islam4UK Cancel Plans For Wootton Bassett March
Planned March At Wootton Bassett
Islamic Group Plans Wootton Bassett March

Muslim Protest Over Dutch MP’s Arrival In The UK

Posted in Politics, terrorism with tags , , , , , , , , , on 10/16/2009 by securityscene

Around 20 Muslim protesters have hurled abuse at the controversial far-right Dutch MP Geert Wilders. Mr Wilders arrived in the UK on the 16th October 2009 after previously being refused entry to the UK in February because it was thought his views would threaten community harmony and public safety.

Wilders faces possible prosecution in his home country because of his anti-Islamic remarks. He had arranged to speak to the media on a green outside the Palace of Westminster, however police advised him to use a nearby parliamentary office to avoid causing further unrest.

He was invited over by the UK Independence Party peer Lord Malcolm Pearson to try and get his film ‘Finta’ shown in Parliament, which argues that the Koran incites violence.

Wilders has said “I have nothing against Muslims, I know the majority of Muslims in our society are law-abiding people,”

He added, “I have a problem with the Islamic ideology, the Islamic culture because I believe that the more Islam we get in our free societies, the less freedom we will get,”.

“It is ridiculous that the UK government thought that my presence would in any way lead to violence.”

The film urges Muslims to tear out “hate-filled” verses from the Koran and he has also compared Islam to Nazism.

Protesters outside the Parliamentary office said they were a group called “Islam In The UK”, they waved banners reading “Sharia for the Netherlands” and shouted “Wilders go to Hell” and “Muslims Rise Up.”

The protesters used a loudspeaker to noisily vow to bring Sharia to the whole world.

“This man is an enemy of Islam and of Muslims and the British government is well aware of this and this just gives rise to so-called extremism,” one protester, Abu Muaz said.

A spokesman for the Home Office has said “We are disappointed by the court’s decision. The government opposes extremism in all its forms.”

He said that authorities will monitor Wilders during his stay in the UK, which could affect future decisions on whether to allow him entry.

Geert Wilders