Bakri, who is banned from Britain because of his extremist activities, including alleged links to Al Qaeda, met Michael Adebolajo on numerous occasions throughout 2004.
UK Daily Mail The 28-year-old was filmed with blood on his hands, ranting at passers-by, as he waited to confront police after Lee Rigby was hacked to death. ‘He was not a coward, he did not flee the scene,’ said Bakri, who repeatedly refused to condemn the slaughter.
To many people, Bakri’s comments will demonstrate why police should monitor comments by radical clerics and why search engines such as Google should do more to shut down extremist websites. (Notice how this poll blames the EDL for terror attacks)
Bakri founded the now banned Islamist group Al-Muhajiroun, with which Adebolajo is believed to have been associated. Now living in Lebanon, his leave to remain in Britain was revoked after the 7/7 London attacks, which he said the British people brought on themselves.