Tuesday, 4 June 2013

Murderers are Martyrs ... Victims are Burning in the Hell Fire

Published on Jun 4, 2013
Actually he is saying what the Quran teaches and what Muslims really think behind non-Muslims backs. HATE preacher Anjem Choudary has been filmed claiming murdered soldier Lee Rigby will "burn in hellfire".
He also told followers that Michael Adebolajo, accused of killing Lee in Woolwich, South London, is "a nice man".
Police have repeatedly failed to arrest Choudary over his inflammatory outbursts.
Vile Choudary told his followers Lee deserves no sympathy — but insisted those accused of his barbaric murder are martyrs.

The extremist preacher was caught on film claiming Drummer Lee, hacked to death in the street, would be tortured in hell for not being Muslim.

He added: "Allah said very clearly in the Koran 'Don't feel sorry for the non-Muslims.'
"So as an adult non-Muslim, whether he is part of the Army or not part of the Army, if he dies in a state of disbelief then he is going to go to the hellfire.
"That's what I believe so I'm not going to feel sorry for non-Muslims.

"We invite them to embrace the message of Islam. If they don't, then obviously if they die like that they're going to the hellfires."
Choudary, filmed speaking on Friday at his office near Walthamstow mosque in East London, refused to condemn Lee's alleged killers.
He said: "As far as they are concerned I believe that they were doing what they believed to be Islamically correct.
"Only Allah can judge them in the hereafter for what they did in their life. In their eyes they are martyrs and what I say is Allah may accept them into paradise.
"I believe all Muslims will eventually go to paradise."
Choudary also launched a disgraceful attack on Help for Heroes — the Armed Forces charity whose top Lee, 25, was wearing when he was singled out for attack in Woolwich, South London.

He said: "Who's the hero exactly? The person who's out in Afghanistan killing innocent women and children?
"What kind of world are we living in? The rest of the world doesn't think that they're heroes.
"I think we need to wake up to the reality. Hello, he's not a hero if he's out in Afghanistan shooting children is he?"
Choudary said the killing of Lee was "a drop in the ocean" compared to the wrongdoing of the British government.
The preacher, who gets up to £25,000 in benefits, added: "I think you need to blame the people who are inciting and who are radicalising these youths, which is really the British government.
"You need to take into account the hundreds of thousands of incidents of people slaughtered, of weddings bombed, of Muslims tortured, of innocent people kept in prison for over ten years.

"These are the crimes that have led to the state of tension."
Choudary was also full of praise for Michael Adebolajo, 28, who along with Michael Adebowale, 22, is accused of murdering Lee.
The preacher, calling Adebolajo by his Muslim name Mujahid, said: "I knew him for a number of years. Mujahid was a very nice man in fact. He attended lectures, went to demonstrations. There is no difference between him and many others who attended our activities."
Choudary, who ran outlawed extremist group al-Muhajiroun, has been repeatedly accused of encouraging impressionable young Muslims to become terrorists.
Despite numerous calls for his arrest, he remains at large.
On Friday, the fanatic insisted it is not him who should be locked up — but David Cameron and the security services. He said: "I believe that the British regime has jumped on to the bandwagon of anti-Islam and anti-Muslim frenzy which they've helped to whip up.
"The MI5 and Special Branch need to be investigated, David Cameron and his own regime need to be indicted for inciting murder and hate crimes."
He warned there would continue to be "harsh repercussions" here if Muslims continued to be killed in Afghanistan and elsewhere. Shadow Justice Secretary Sadiq Khan, a leading Muslim MP, said Choudary did not reflect the views of the Islamic community.
He said: "Nearly all British Muslims will be shocked.
"For Anjem Choudary to preach hatred and division on the back of the murder of Lee Rigby is an insult to his family and friends who are still mourning his loss.
"We must not allow him to hijack the religion of Islam or divide our communities."
Home Secretary Theresa May said: "I think Anjem Choudary has disgusting views and it is right that we look at how those views are being presented."
Kevan Jones MP, shadow Armed Forces minister, said: "This is a sickening rant from a vile man.
"Our Armed Forces, including hundreds of Muslims in uniform, are heroes who fight to protect the lives and livelihoods of people at home and around the world."
The Sun revealed days ago that Choudary is being investigated by MI5 after recent comments about the murder of Lee two weeks ago.

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