The bellicose Muslim extremist Anjem Choudary, whose outrageous demonstrations and pronouncements often earn him more than
Dear David Dinsmore, congratulations on your recent appointment as editor of The Sun. I wish you success in leading a newspaper which has such an important voice in our national public debates. I am writing to you about a factual error in The Sun's front-page story "Ramadan a Ding-Dong".
More than 2,000 people have signed a petition to overturn the Home Secretary's ban on two "anti-Muslim hate group" leaders
Extremist preacher Anjem Choudary has lent his support to a new Muslim protection group, the Islamic Emergency Defence, with
Scotland Yard is closely watching radical cleric Anjem Choudary to see if his proclamations break the law, one of the force's
Anjem Choudary does not have a job, receives state benefits to support his family, and spends his time spouting all sorts of rubbish including his hatred for this country, his desire to take money from the non-Muslims, his declaration of global Jihad against everyone, and his glorification of violence and death. Why is Anjem Choudary still freely walking our streets?
Banning extremists from television would only and increase their influence, Nick Clegg has said. "If you try and brush people
One of the world's leading terrorism experts has branded the government's proposals to muzzle Islamist hate preachers and
The likes of the BNP never do anything altruistically. They see only an opening to spread division and distrust. They believe all publicity is good publicity, this is all the death of this poor young man is; publicity.
Campaign group Liberty has warned against a broadcast ban on hate preacher Anjem Choudary. Shami Chakrabarti said politicians