Anjem Choudary, a hate preacher, complained about being abused online. He demanded that the government do more to combat ‘online hatred’ even though he is believed have inspired 100 jihadis via social media.

Choudary, who was imprisoned in 2014 because he supported ISIS, is believed to have been an influencer through his videos and lectures. He was also imprisoned in 2014 after he was accused of supporting terrorist group ISIS.

Yesterday, however, the convicted preacher stated that he was the object of vitriol on a daily basis as well as threatened with death in a statement. 

He demanded that ministers uphold the laws of land for all people equally and without prejudice’. He claimed threats directed against the Royal family, footballers, and pop star are ‘fully examined’, but those directed at him, he said, are ‘acceptable.

He also claimed that police would not ‘use up resources’ investigating threats against Muslims.

It comes after Choudhary has denied ‘radicalising’ the man charged in the murders of Sir David Amess, Conservative MP.

Ali Harbi Ali, 25, said that he was radicalized after watching YouTube videos of Choudary’s lectures.

Hate preacher Anjem Choudary has complained about being abused online and demanded that the Government does more to target 'online hatred' - even though he is believed to have inspired 100 jihadis on social media. Above: Choudary seen near his home in East London earlier this week

Anjem Choudary, a hate preacher, complained about being abused online. He demanded that the government do more to combat ‘online hatred’ even though he is believed have inspired 100 jihadis via social media. Above: Choudary, seen at his East London home earlier this week

Choudary said that their accounts were’spurious, unverifiable chats’. He also stated that it was ‘questionable’ how he could have radicalised Ali, since he couldn’t upload videos to YouTube between 2015-July 2021 after being charged for supporting ISIS.

Choudary said in his latest statement: “Regardless of what new laws are put into place to combat online hate, one thing is certain. The vitriol I or other Muslim activist receive on a nearly daily basis, from threats and the use and abuse of violence, via Twitter and other social networking platforms, will never be treated as worthy of investigation or taken action by the police. This leads to the inevitable conclusion that the life and sanctity of all citizens under man-made laws is not equally protected.

Choudary’s hateful and abominable words 

Michael Adebolajo was the Lee Rigby murderer– “He is a practicing Muslim, an honest man, and I’m proud of him.”

September 11, 2001 and September 7, 2001.– “I didn’t condone September 11 and July 7 bombings. What I did was say that they had legal justification. There are people who justifiably [them]’The divine text.

Charlie Hebdo shootings – “I believe that this magazine went outof their way to insult Prophet and they put their very crude cartoons on their front pages in past. This clearly angers many Muslims.

“I think it is completely ridiculous, and the idea that I should say that I don’t condone the attack.

His plans to make Buckingham Palace a mosque‘This is an illustration of what Buckingham Palace will look like one day, inshallah. 

He also called Mr Cameron, Mr Obama, and the leaders in Egypt and Pakistan the’shaitan’ (or devil)., and he said he wanted them killed. 

His plans for Britain– “We initiate jihad against the Kuffar.” [disbelievers]To make Allah’s name in the highest.

“Next time your child is at school, the teacher will ask you what your ambition is.They should answer, “To dominate the entire world by Islam, including Britain,”.

Jihadi John, the ISIS executioner, was beheading hostages while posting the videos onlineChoudary quoted a saying from the Prophet: “Whoever has a dispute with him, strike him.”

The monarchy– ‘I once gave an address and said that Queen Elizabeth used to take one bath per year. I gave this talk in church. There was an elderly woman at the front and she kinda shrieked at my presentation. She said, ‘That’s a lie. She had taken two baths per year.

‘Two Baths a Year OK, fair enough, twice as many, but still not enough to make it a lot. A year? It doesn’t make it as clean.

The night before his 2016 conviction

Choudary said to Sky News that he was only exercising his right to freedom speech.

Choudary described Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the leader of ISIS.“The Caliph for all Muslims and the Prince for the Believers,” he said, adding: “I think in many aspects it’s a society I’d love in my family’s company.” 

“Whether we like or not, if someone threatens to tweet you, they will investigate and give you a heavy penalty. However, if you’re Anjem Choudary, threats or abuse are acceptable.

“Until the laws of any country are upheld for all citizens equally and without prejudice, all respect that the authorities demand from their citizens is diminished or absent.”

He said: ‘Lastly, the police and the crown prosecution service (CPS), will never use up resources to defend ordinary Muslims and most likely will not find the time to investigate threats due to the inherent biases and prejudices within the system. i.e. they will not consider that a successful prosecution is likely or in the public interest to pursue perpetrator.

Choudary also denied inciting violence. He stated that the sermons were merely expositions of various jurisprudential issues associated with Islam and Shari’ah, from a mainly academic perspective.

The preacher is however accused of radicalizing dozens of Britain’s most infamous terrorists, including Michael Adebolajo, and Michael Adebowale who were responsible for the murder of Fusilier Lee Rigby at Woolwich Barrracks in 2013.

The Sun spoke to friends of Sir David’s alleged murderer, a British national of Somali descent who grew up in Croydon in a three-bed terrace house built in 1980s with his mother, two siblings, and brother. They claimed that Ali was transformed by Choudary videos from a popular pupil into an extremist.

Choudary replied, “Even before any formal statement by the police,” stating that they had already concluded that he was radicalised from me based on some spurious, unverifiable conversations with Ali Harbi Ali’s old school friends and mysterious YouTube clips.

“In recent years, I have been unable to access or give lectures on the internet, let alone YouTube. This was starting in July 2015, when I was charged for supporting ISIS, and ending in July 2021, when my internet access and restrictions on public speaking were finally lifted following my release from prison.

“Despite many talks and lectures that I have given over the years, there is no significant material available online at the moment due to the removal of it by social media companies at The behest and other UK authorities.

“It is therefore doubtful as to how Ali Harbi Ali could be ‘radicalized’ by YouTube clips.

Choudary was sentenced for suggesting that Sir David may have been murdered for being pro-Israeli.

Extremists claimed that the father of five, aged 69, was attacked at his Friday meeting with public and stabbed 17 more times in a frantic attack. He could also have been killed because he was a member the Tory Party, which has been ruling for over a decade.

The 54-year old spoke from Ilford in East London, where he said that he was not sure about the views of this particular MP. 

“The rumours are that the man is pro-Israel and he is part the Conservative Party. They have been in power for a long time, especially during campaigns in Muslim countries like Iraq, Syria, and Afghanistan.

Choudary responded to a question about whether Mr Amess’s pro Israel stance would make it a target: “Many people do.” [believe]It is a terrorist country, and who would be a friend of Israel after the carnage they committed against Muslims in West Bank/Gaza Strip and the continued appropriation property?

Choudary, who was jailed in 2014 for supporting ISIS is himself believed to have influenced extremists through his lectures and videos and was jailed in 2014 for supporting terrorist group ISIS

Choudary, who was imprisoned in 2014 because he supported ISIS, is believed to have been an extremist through his lectures and videos. He was also imprisoned in 2014 after he was accused of supporting terrorist group ISIS.

Anjem Choudary was a key figure in radical Islamic organizations for many years. He is accused of inspiring many notorious terrorists in Britain.

Choudary is a lawyer and was quick to say that he doesn’t condone killing anyone in Britain, let alone a MP.

He said, “No one in their rights and rational minds would support such state.” [Israel].

“Obviously, that doesn’t give someone the right to kill someone. 

“I believe there is security in this country. The lives and wealth of Muslims who live together are protected in return.

Sir David, 69 was not known for his pro-Israeli stance. However, he was an honorary secretary of Conservative Friends of Israel since 1998. He was often described as being supportive of Britain’s Jewish community.

Southend’s Muslim leaders and imams said that he was very friendly to them. He once even told officials at Southend Mosque that he wanted to hold surgeries on their premises after Covid-19 restrictions were lifted.

Choudary is known to have associated with Michael Adebolajo

He murdered fusilier Lee Rigby

Choudary is associated with Michael Adebolajo (left), who was the killer of Lee Rigby.

Sir David was also friendly to Arab countries. He was chairman of All Party Parliamentary Group Qatar and had just returned from a visit to the Gulf country. 

Choudary was the former leader of Al-Muhajiroun Islamist Group, which was banned in Islam. He was sentenced to five-and-half year imprisonment for encouraging support for the Islamic State.

He was released in 2018, having served less than half the term. He was restricted by licence restrictions until July 2018.

Although the cleric is allowed to preach again, security sources said that if he incites extremism in this nation, he could be placed under Terrorism Prevention and Investigation Measures and retried in court on hate and terrorism charges.