Anjem Choudary

Radical preacher Anjem Choudary is facing jail after he was convicted at the Old Bailey of supporting the so-called Islamic
Radical preacher Anjem Choudary is facing jail after he was convicted at the Old Bailey of supporting the so-called Islamic
Controversial preacher Anjem Choudary has been charged by police with committing terror offences for supporting the so-called
Freedom of speech is a human right, and the foundation upon which democracy is built. Any restriction of freedom of speech is a restriction upon democracy. We must defend democracy using its own mechanisms, through explaining and exemplifying its merits rather than through the heavy-handed and arbitrary silencing of its critics.
Radical cleric Anjem Choudary told Muslims on Friday not to vote in the General Election on 7 May, claiming it is "strictly
An aide to a Conservative MP has apologised for sending a tweet calling the Islamic Prophet Muhammad a "child abuser" and
If we are really concerned about the likes of Anjem Choudary poisoning minds to take up violence to overthrow democracy, banning him from our television screens is the wrong way... We make much of the liberty to think and voice our opinions. The line that most free speech advocates draw is an incitement to kill. For which laws currently exist, along with counter terrorism legislation. The home secretary risks making Choudary a victim for Islamists to rally for with the new proposals. Young people, with radical religious notions of changing the world, will have an officially state stamped underground movement. How nice of us to signal that for them.
Radical preacher Anjem Choudary, one of 11 men held as part of an investigation into alleged support of banned extremist
Counter-terror police have made more arrests during a motorway swoop as part of an investigation into alleged support of
Anjem Choudary became a household name for courting controversy as a preacher of hate, and now the 47-year-old is under arrest