The teenager, who used the name Hediyag Bint Anjem, echoed many of the terrorist views spouted by her father (photo right) before her account was deleted. Hediyah Mehraj tweeted: “The ultimate way to help Syria is not Muslim aid or temporary convoys, rather it is to take authority via Jihad and implement Allah’s law.”
UK Mirror (h/t Traduction) The former head of the banned extremist group Al-Muhajiroun and spokesman for Islam4UK has repeatedly made incendiary speeches. He has praised the terrorists behind the 9/11 attacks and London bombings and said murdered soldier Lee Rigby would “burn in hellfire” .
Her profile, which featured a cartoon of a young masked Islamist, declared: “Islam is superior and will never be surpassed.” Despite not using her full name on Twitter, Choudary’s daughter stated in one message that the fanatic is her father. She also tweeted a link to a now deleted ask.fm account which made their relationship clear.
She sent a message to her dad after reading one of his postings. It said: “@anjemchoudary so true, may allah bring islam to syria soon.” One of her postings made plain her dislike of the London area where she lives. (She lives in a state-funded home despite the fact that her father is a licensed attorney, but refuses to practice law. Instead he collects welfare benefits)
She wrote: “Everywhere u look u see promescuity and sexual exploitation in this kufr (non-Muslim) land, its so hard to walk outside without feeling sick.” Despite her views of Western life, Hediyah said her favourite drink was Dr Pepper and she wore maroon Converse shoes.
In the photo below, Choudary’s family was put under police protection after Choudary praised the Muslim killers of British soldier Lee Rigby, whom he said deserved to burn in hell.