Friday, 13 March 2009

I Want Sharia Law In UK says Anjem Choudary.

 
Muslim fundamentalist leader told of his vision of Britain under Sharia law.

Anjem Choudary said he wanted the “flag of Allah” flying over Downing Street, all women wearing burkas and caning for drunkenness.

The self-proclaimed Sharia judge admitted his followers had organised protests against British soldiers in Luton this week, waving placards which called them “murderers” for their conduct in Iraq.

He said his “alternative morality” would mean “a pure Islamic state with Sharia law in Britain” and added: “Every woman, whether Muslim or non-Muslim, would have to wear a traditional burka and cover everything apart from her face and hands in public.”
Choudary, self-proclaimed Sharia judge admitted his followers had organised protests against British soldiers in Luton this week, waving placards which called them “murderers” for their conduct in Iraq.
Meanwhile, Ex-Met chief Ghaffur says the Luton chants and placards incited hatred and had contacted Gillian Parker, chief constable of Bedfordshire Police to ask if they were mounting an investigation.
He said he believed the protesters' “chants and placards were insulting to the degree that they incited hatred and breach of peace”.


2 comments:

  1. Met chief Ghaffur says ...“chants and placards were insulting to the degree that they incited hatred and breach of peace”

    Nah, really, you don't say. Perhaps that is what pissed off the shoppers passing by.

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