Our petition we created to force the Prime Minister Theresa May and other government and non-government figures to deport radical hate preacher Anjem Choudhary has received 9,139 signatures.
Sign and share: https://www.change.org/p/theresa-may-mp-deport-anjem-choudhary
We used change.org as the platform to gain signatures, and it reads:
“Half of the terror attacks carried out or plotted in Britain involve members of just one extremist network, a new report reveals.
Al-Muhajiroun, a banned organisation once fronted by hate preacher Anjem Choudary, has been linked to a series of atrocities and plots dating back to 1997.
A new book by terrorism expert Raffaello Pantucci has now found that since its formation in the 1980s, the group has been central to Islamic extremism in the UK.
Anjem Choudary co-founded this group and is responsible for most UK terrorism.”
Although this petition has not been posted on the official government website (.gov) it does not mean the government won’t respond as officially the government are supposed to respond to a petition when it reaches 10,000 signature, alongside the possibility of a debate in parliament if it reaches 100,000 signatures.
The fact Anjem Choudhary was born in Welling, England makes him British-born so it would be pretty tough but no impossible as seen in Denmark. A Danish-born ISIS terrorist has had his citizenship revoked in a landmark ruling in the Danish Supreme Court, reported by Westmonster. We need to get the message out radical Islam will not be tolerated or the hate, division and terror it brings to us.
Anjem has engaged in numerous legal battles with our government throughout the years and has cost the nation a lot of money in ‘Legal Aid’ or better known as ‘Tax-payers money’.
He is also attempting to get out of jail by using ‘Legal Aid’.
The radical Islamist hate preacher was jailed back in August for inciting support for the terrorist organisation ‘ISIS’ through a variety of online lectures.
Anjem Choudary has spent over £140,000 on legal aid, but this amount is expected to increase.
The Daily Mail also reported:
“And today MailOnline can reveal he billed the taxpayer £140,557 for his unsuccessful court battle – and the figure is set to rise as his lawyers continue to file claims.
The data, revealed in a freedom of information request, includes £98,122 to pay for a solicitor, £23,569 for another court lawyer, and £18,866 in legal firm expenses.
After an Old Bailey trial shrouded in secrecy, Choudary was found guilty of ‘inviting support for a proscribed organisation’ under the Terrorism Act 2000.
His deputy, Mizanur Rahman, was convicted of the same offence, and the pair were each sentenced to five and a half years in prison.
Choudary has long served as the smug public face of radical Islam, organising protests against British troops and spouting his bile in TV interviews.”
What are you’re thoughts on this? Should terrorists/radical hate preachers be exempt from never ending sums of legal aid at the expense of our Tax-payers? We believe they just want to make a mockery of our Human rights and lenient Justice system.