Just yesterday we read that American Muslim Organizations were threatening to end all outreach programs with the FBI. Today we see UK Islamic hate preacher Anjem Choudary telling his followers to be extra careful while plotting Islamic terrorist attacks. The similarities between Muslims in the UK and America are never ending and if we do not wake up soon we will be in the same boat as the UK in regards to Islam.
Hat tip to The Religion of Peace.
Islamic hate preacher Anjem Choudary probed over call to 'hide terror clues'
By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
19th March 2009
Scotland Yard is examining a video of a 90-minute speech made by radical cleric Angem Choudary and posted on an extremist website
Radical Muslim Anjem Choudary could face a police inquiry over calls to his followers to hide evidence from investigators.
Scotland Yard is examining a video of a 90-minute speech by Choudary on an extremist website.
On the tape he apparently says: 'Your house should be clean. There should be nothing at all there which they can come along and then can form some sort of intention.'
He also allegedly urges terror suspects to flee Britain, telling them: 'Don't take your chance in court.'
Choudary, 41, whose supporters recently hurled abuse at soldiers from the Royal Anglian Regiment returning from Afghanistan, is under constant review by MI5 and police. the Metropolitan Police's counter-terrorism command is examining his latest speech.
Police are already believed to be examining whether he broke the law in calling for money to be collected for islamic fighters.
On a website he has allegedly been heard calling on Muslims not to save money for their families but to give it to Mujahideen - holy warriors.
It is an offence under the terrorism Act to raise money for terrorism, whether in this country or overseas.
Last week, the families of soldiers killed by friendly fire in Iraq reacted with fury after Choudary, the right-hand man to cleric of hate Omar Bakri, taunted them over the deaths of their loved ones.
He added insult to the injury caused by Islamic extremists' protest against soldiers returning home from the war-torn region by claiming they were 'not heroes but closer to cowards who cannot fight, as their uncanny knack for death by friendly fire illustrates'.
The three soldiers to whom he was referring - Privates Robert Foster, 19, John Thrumble, 21, and Aaron McClure, 19 - were killed in Afghanistan in August 2007 when an American F-15 jet dropped a 500lb bomb on their position.
Choudary's extraordinary comments were delivered just hours after Muslim protesters waved offensive placards as members of 2nd Battalion Royal Anglian Regiment marched through Luton.
He went on to attack the 'vile' parade. He claimed the soldiers were 'terrorists', comparing them to Nazi troops who 'cannot be excused for simply carrying out their duty'.
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