Anjem Choudary, British based terrorist, encourages UK Muslims to fund terrorism and hide evidence of terror activities in their homes. Yet officials do nothing about him.
Radical Muslim Anjem Choudary could face a police inquiry over calls to his followers to hide evidence from investigators. (Could? COULD? Why hasn’t he been jailed for life already? The dhimmitude of the Britisn government is sickening)
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. On the tape he apparently says: ‘Your house should be clean. There should benothing at all there which they can come along and then can form some sort of intention.’ UK DAILY MAIL
To add insult to injury…Fury as Islamic extremist who abused British troops is given 24-hour police protection.
An Islamic extremist who abused British soldiers during a homecoming parade has sparked further outrage after he was given 24-hour police protection.
Yousaf Bashir was part of a gang that hurled abuse at 200 members of the Royal Anglian Regiment as they marched through Luton last Tuesday after a second tour of duty in Iraq. The moves comes after the semi-detached home Bashir shares with his parents was attacked on Friday.
Two downstairs windows and the glass in the front door were smashed, and the rear windows of two cars parked in the driveway were shattered. Two police officers have been stationed in a marked car outside the property since the attacks and a CCTV camera has also been installed.
Two lines of police had to be deployed after the crowd turned on the protesters. In a show of solidarity for the soldiers, seven of Mr Bashir’s neighbours decorated their homes with Union Jack flags.
Kevin Hattle, 52, said: ‘I am appalled. I work hard and pay an awful lot of taxes and do not get looked after like this. My shed was broken into and a motorbike was stolen, but the police did not come out for that.
‘He has put us all in jeopardy and gets all this protection on a plate. The cost will be astronomical.’
Another neighbour said: ‘I bet if some white racist had his windows put in Bedfordshire police would not be round here giving him round the clock protection as if he was a member of the Royal Family.
‘He is supposed to hate this country, but is calling on it to protect him.’
British teacher wrongly accused of ‘Islamophobia’ wins $582,000 after being forced to resign by Muslim governors.
A British head teacher today won more than $582,000 in damages for being forced out of her school after being branded a racist.
Erica Connor, 57, who was head of New Monument School, Woking, where 80 per cent of pupils are Muslim, claimed she had been the victim of a campaign of harassment by some of the school governors who accused her of Islamophobia.
Deputy Judge John Leighton Williams QC at the High Court said education officers had been more concerned about complaints to the Commission for Racial Equality than the health of their head teacher.
He said Surrey County Council was negligent in not stepping in to help Ms Connor before she was forced to retire through ill health in December 2006 following a breakdown. He ordered the council to pay the damages for her psychiatric injury, to include loss of income and pension, medical expenses and the loss of the career she loved.
The four Muslim governors “effectively railroaded” governors’ meetings, repeatedly raising issues of religious education, content of assemblies and prayers. They wanted more formal Islamic worship in the school and closer links with the local mosque.
But after that an anonymous petition was circulated among parents, saying that those who signed it “no longer have confidence in Erica Connor to educate our children in a way that respects and values our faith, culture and heritage”. Another document accused Ms Connor of “racism and Islamophobia”. A second investigation criticised the head and her perceptions of multiculturalism.
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