Anjem Choudary: “I would love to live under IS”
Radical Islamist Anjem Choudary has said he would, “love to live under the Islamic State,” in a recent interview with WNOL Investigates
Choudary – currently on bail for terror charges – has seen his passport stripped from him over fears that he will travel to Syria to join the Islamic State.
Governmental concerns were confirmed after Choudary stated he would happily join extremist Muslim group, Islamic state, in Syria.
The release of Choudary and seven other men arrested in raids on September 25 came shortly after MPs voted to authorise Britain’s participation in the bombing of Islamic State. A move Choudary claimed was politically motivated.
One man, Abu Rumaysah, has since fled the country a day before police were able to seize his passport. Choudary could not reveal the whereabouts of Rumaysah but reinforced the statement that he would happily go to live under IS rule – with or without a passport.
Choudary said: “ The British passport is a mere travel document, like a bus pass, I should be able to travel where I want when I want,” adding that, “to witness the Sharia, to bring up my children there would be an honour.”
“I think that all muslims, young or old, should be able to go wherever they want,” said Choudary, labelling the Islamic fighters as, “noble.”
The Islamis hate preacher claimed, “just about everybody I know wants to go and live under the Sharia,” and warned that extremist Islam would implement their law on the UK in the near future,
“I shudder to think what the relationship will be like between the Muslim and Non-Muslin community when it kicks of in this country.”