60 Minutes Sunday June 14th, 2015, Anjem Choudary Serious Target for CIA Assassination, dead man walking. I would gladly take up this assignment with three .38 caliber hollow points to his chest, case closed. Recruiting for ISIS. 60 Minutes Clarissa Ward speaks with Islamic radicals in London about accusations they recruit British citizens for battlefields in Syria and Iraq. British jihadis have been on the front lines with ISIS from the very beginning. In the group's recent videos showing the executions of Western hostages, the masked man holding the knife speaks with a London accent. The spike in Western fighters may be in part due to this man, Anjem Choudary, a British-born lawyer turned Islamic preacher, who lives in London and has for years been asserting his democratic right to call for an end to democracy. Choudary has been accused of inspiring hundreds of Muslims from across the West to join ISIS. We went to a meeting he held in an East London basement. On the wall was a large picture of Buckingham Palace turned into a mosque. He described the newly formed Islamic state in Iraq and Syria as a kind of utopia. Talking about jihad, he sounded at times like a coach giving a pep talk before the big game.
Terror Group Al-Muhajiroun Mouth Piece Anjem Choudary is the same cut of the cloth as Anwar al-Awlaki and Samir Khan both killed by the CIA, Anjem Choudary is next. Former Charlotte NC man Samir Khan was behind al-Qaeda magazine “Inspire”, exposed by private investigator Bill Warner in 2010. According to CNN, the former North Carolina man who left for Yemen in 2009 wrote for an online magazine — called “Inspire.” There are nearly 70 online pages which include articles on bomb-making and encrypting electronic messages, as well as an interview with fugitive Yemeni-American cleric Anwar al Awlaki. Anwar al-Awlaki, an al-Qaida leader born in the United States, was killed after being targeted by a CIA drone strike in Yemen in September 2011. The drone strike that killed al-Awlaki also killed another U.S. citizen, Samir Khan, an al-Qaida propagandist from Charlotte NC.
The terror convert who stormed Canada's parliament and shot dead a soldier was influenced by the teachings of British hate-preacher Anjem Choudary, it has been claimed. Michael Zehaf-Bibeau stormed his government's headquarters in Ottowa and opened fire on Wednesday morning, gunning down Corporal Nathan Cirillo, a 24-year-old father, as he stood guard at the War Memorial. Choudary's Al-Muhajiroun followers have been connected to a number of militant plots in Britain in recent years and Michael Adebolajo, photo above on L. who beheaded British soldier Lee Rigby on a London street last year, had attended Al-Muhajiroun protests he had organised. He was also one of nine men arrested last month on suspicion of encouraging terrorism, and supporting the banned organisation Al-Muhajiroun, but was released without charge.
London Terror Group Al-Muhajiroun Mouth Piece Anjem Choudary Serious Target for Assassination By American CIA Just a Matter of Right Time. Anjem Choudary and Jihad: The Sunday Times reported that Anjem Choudary, former operational leader of Al-Muhajiroun and current leader of Ahlus Sunnah Wal Jamaah, has been urging his supporters to send money to mujahideen fighters. The evidence appeared on a tape recording which had been made in 2008, while Anjem Choudary addressed his supporters. On the Islam4UK website Choudary vehemently denies the veracity of the Sunday Times article. Choudary, lacking the panache of his hero Omar Bakri Mohammed, nonetheless shares with his spiritual leader an uncompromising contempt for Western values.
Dirtball Anjem Chourday photo above, Bakri has said he would support Muslims who took non-Muslim women and children as hostages. Choudary echoes the same intransigence in his speeche. After 9/11, Choudary said: "The people of America deserved 11 September. Osama bin Laden is a hero to people in the UK. If support for al-Qaeda wasn't proscribed and people were free to air their views, many more would voice their support. Here at al-Muhajiroun we fear only God and are free to speak our view. Osama bin Laden is a hero and should be loved." . In May 2003, Choudary appeared in a BBC interview with journalist Tim Sebastian. Anjem Choudary here stated that he supported suicide bombings, which he called "martyrdom operations". He said that jihad was an obligation for Muslims. Jihad could include various activities, including suicide attacks. Choudary reiterated his contempt for non-Muslims. He said: "We have a principle in the Sharia in which a non-Muslim is not to be believed until evidence is presented otherwise...."
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