British Islamist Anjem Choudary Linked to 500 UK ISIS Fighters
Anjem Choudary is seen here with Islamist killer Michael Adebolajo at a London protest.
In 2008 Choudary gloated over the Mumbai terrorist attacks.
Anjem Choudary is a British-Pakistani, who lives on social welfare funds and supports jihad.
Choudary takes in a reported sum of £25,000 ($37,770) per year from the British welfare program while soldiers earn only $24,000 a year. Something is wrong with the system.
Anjem Choudary defended the slaughter of reporters by ISIS at Charlie Hebdo magazine headquarters.
Choudary is currently on trial for supporting ISIS.
He is linked to 500 British jihadis who have fled the UK to join ISIS.
Sky News reported:
Anti-terror experts fear the conviction of Britain’s most prolific jihadi recruiter could lead to a spike in people being influenced by his social media presence.
Anjem Choudary is facing up to a decade behind bars after he was found guilty of terror offences.
The extremist cleric has been convicted of inviting support for terror group Islamic State in a series of lectures released on YouTube.
Experts fear his conviction could have a knock-on effect with many more people viewing his social media postings for the first time.
“There will be a spike in interest in what he said and material he’s produced,” said counter-terrorism expert Andrew Silke.
“It will get a lot of viewings. A lot of people will see it for the first time now and obviously the fear is some of those people will be influenced by what they read and what they see.”
Security sources believe Choudary is linked to 500 British jihadis who have fled the UK to join the terrorist organisation in Syria and Iraq.