Terror Fears Over Impact Of Hate Cleric Conviction

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.

I still maintain that Choudary, if not directly working for the state was purposely granted a long leash to conduct his activities.

I’ll be very curious to see what sentence is imposed come September.

  • “Experts fear his conviction could have a knock-on effect with many more people viewing his social media postings for the first time”

    There is, of course, a very simple solution to this problem, one that most Western authorities are already implementing: Allow all Muslims to do exactly as they please, however vile it may be, excusing them from obeying those laws of our civilised societies that bind the rest of us, while ordering their lapdogs in the media to hush it all up. And immediately imprison anyone who dares to question this policy.

    And ask on Social Media why animals like him are allowed to vomit their bile with impunity, while anyone criticising them is immediately banned on the grounds of “hate speech”.

    • WalterBannon

      Hate speech = “not fitting the progressive narrative”

  • Ron MacDonald

    Put this guy in prison for 10 years and he will be responsible for radicalizing thousands of prisoners. They should simply deport him with the understanding that should he return he would be subject to a life sentence.

    • WalterBannon

      He should be put in a cage and lit on fire. It is the ISIS way.

    • Justin St.Denis

      I believe he was born in Britain. Deportation isn’t an option. Execution, on the other hand, would seem to be the logical alternative under the circumstances.

  • Ed

    Tomorrow its going to rain. Will that also lead to a spike? Make it easier. Draw up a list of what doesn’t lead to spikes.

  • Spatchcocked

    Put him before a right bastard beak who’ll give him a fistfull.
    Then suffer the consequences and respond with righteous Christian anger.
    Bring it on muzzies….

  • WalterBannon

    “Experts fear his conviction could have a knock-on effect with many more people viewing his social media postings”

    Would those be his social media postings that Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube all refuse to delete?

    Strangely enough, they have no problem with deleting the posts of anything else they deem to be hate speech and most of which is just political censorship by them.

  • Len Vaness

    Look at his make-up…does that look strange to anyone else?

  • Cat-astrophe

    Piss them off???? How can you tell the difference?
    He should be in solitary confinement, or associated with only radicals like himself, so his influence can no longer reach out.
    Forgot, they are closing Guantanamo Bay. (US, I know, but that was where he should go to rot)

  • Len Vaness

    Aah Millie…you wear make-up too? Sorry…it’s just these eyes that note oddities

    • Millie_Woods

      I think it’s a photoshop.