Resurrecting The Islamic Empire: “I Don’t Believe In The Concept Of Freedom Of Expression”

Resurrecting The Islamic Empire: “I Don’t Believe In The Concept Of Freedom Of Expression”

British Islamist Anjem Choudary, the leader of Islam4UK was interviewed on PressTV (Iran) 2.3.2010 and this is his opening statement about Islam regaining it’s legendary beacon of light status in the world.  He may be just one very militant muslim among millions, but how many more believe the way he does?

Our main objectives are to invite the societies in which we live to think about Islam as an alternative way of life, to command good and forbid evil wherever we are, and ultimately, as well, to establish the shari’a on state level; which is the caliphate system of governance – in order to be a beacon again in the world.

Make sure that by the time you reach 3:20 you have your barf bucket close.  Then mark the following date and info on your calenders.

From Patriots For America:

Elected Officials Need to See Information Like This

On April 24th, American Congress for Truth will host its second national webcast conference, “Radical Islam: A Threat America Must Take Seriously.”

The conference will take place from 10:00 AM to 5:00 PM Eastern Time. All that is necessary to view the conference is to log in using the link immediately below, any time between 9:50 AM and 5:00 PM.

http://www.ustream.tv/channel/radical-islam-how-and-why-it-threaten…

We have a powerful line-up of expert speakers: Brigitte Gabriel, Robert Spencer, Walid Phares, Andrew Bostom, John Guandolo, and Guy Rodgers.

It has been said “a picture is worth a thousand words.” The five minute video below is worth 10,000 words.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ne7z-_RXWeA

This is the worldview our elected representatives need to see and understand.
This is what we are up against.
This is what we need to fight.
Please spread the word, and plan on joining us on April 24th!

From TelegraphUK:

Anjem Choudary

What is Islam4UK?

Islam4UK is a web-based organisation that describes itself as “a platform” for the extremist group Al Muhajiroun, which has been banned in Britain.

Among its founders are the militant preacher Omar Bakri Mohammed – who is living in exile in Lebanon – and former solicitor Anjem Choudary, who both played a part in Al Muhajiroun.

Bakri, who inspired the fertiliser bomb terrorist Omar Khyam, helped organise a seminar after the September 11 attacks in favour of the “Magnificent 19” and went on to call the July 7 bombers the “Fantastic Four”.

He and Mr Choudary were also behind the protests against the controversial Danish cartoons of the Prophet Mohammed.

Bakri was banned from the UK shortly after the London bombings in 2005 while his group Al-Muhajiroun was banned under the British Terrorism Act 2006.

However, Islam4UK soon sprang up in its place and offers Bakri a platform to deliver his lectures over the internet.

Labour MP Andrew Dismore, who called for the prohibition of Al Muhajiroun 10 years ago, said: “The trouble is they just keep reinventing themselves.”

Islam4UK make it clear that their plan is to make Britain an Islamic state and introduce sharia law.

One article on the site even calls for Buckingham Place to be turned into a mosque once this goal is achieved, showing a mock-up picture of what it might look like.

Mr Choudary, leader of the organisation, has said that “Islam is undeniably the only real solution for Britain’s problems.”

In February last year he called for people who get drunk to be publicly flogged and declared that alcohol should be “removed from society”.

He has repeatedly accused British soldiers of perpetrating “atrocities” against Muslims and admits his supporters were behind the protests by Muslim extremists who met troops returning from Iraq to Luton earlier this year.

Mr Choudary also believes that Christmas is “evil” and turkey dinners, crackers and Christmas trees are the “pathway to hellfire”.

In March he was investigated by police after attempting to raise funds for mujahideen fighters. However, his organisation has not been banned.

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