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A photograph taken in Syria showed him in a balaclava and camouflage clothing, brandishing an AK-47 assault rifle and he has since been suspected as being a tall figure in ISIS's horrific execution films.Siddhartha Dhar, who once ran Choudary's media operation, was also seen posing in a military style coat and boots, brandishing an assault rifle and holding his new born baby in Syria, labelling the picture 'Generation Khilafah'.Nick Lowles, chief executive of the anti-racism group Hope Not Hate, said Choudary had influenced over 100 Britons who have carried out, or attempted to carry out, terrorist attacks at home and abroad.'He clearly promoted the disgusting and divisive ideals of the Islamic State, while dozens of his supporters have been connected to terrorist plots, violence or heading overseas to fight in Syria, Iraq and other conflicts.Finally Choudary can now pay for his actions.' When media reports began to circulate that ISIS was due to be proscribed by the government (it was banned on June 16), Rahman boasted: 'There is always cat and mouse going on with the media and the police.It is important to acknowledge that such opinions exist within the UK, throughout the segment Anjem Choudry's views were robustly challenged by our presenter and countered by Lord Carlile, the government’s former anti-terrorism adviser.'Choudary said: 'We initiate the jihad against the kuffar [disbelievers] to make the name of Allah in the highest.He never considered defending yourself part of jihad. It is about time we resumed conquering for the sake of Allah.We know the law very well and know how to speak the truth while staying on the safe side of the line.'His group Skyped fellow radical Mohammed Fachry in Indonesia, who produced the first draft of an 'Oath of Allegiance' document in the name of al-Muhajiroun, the banned group to which Choudary and his followers owed their loyalty.ISIS associate Mohammed Fachry (pictured at his trial in Jakarta, Indonesia) produced the first draft of an Oath of Allegiance document in the name of al-Muhajiroun, the banned group which Choudary and his followers were part After several revisions, it was finally published five days later, and was headed: 'Support by the Muhajiroun to pledge allegiance for the Caliphate state in the name of Allah most merciful most gracious.' Commander Dean Haydon, head of Scotland Yard's counter terrorism command, said: 'These men have stayed just within the law for many years, but there is no one within the counter terrorism world that has any doubts of the influence that they have had, the hate they have spread and the people that they have encouraged to join terrorist organisations.
Appalled, the fiancée of Lee Rigby, Aimee West, 23, said: 'I'm all for free speech, but the BBC is wrong to give such a big platform to hate preachers who are brainwashing young people and inciting such acts of horrific violence.'A BBC spokesperson said: 'This interview took place 3 years before today's court ruling.
Choudary referred to ISIS propaganda videos, and particularly to cutting off the hands of thieves, stoning adulterers and executing apostates, before adding: 'We can see that in relation to all of the different areas the sharia is being implemented.'Choudary said: 'This is an image of how Buckingham Palace will look one day, inshallah.
I don't know if you can tell the difference between this Buckingham Palace and that one but if you look at the back, I'm sure you will be able to see the minaret and the dome.
The morning after one party, I can remember him getting all the roaches [butts] from the spliffs we had smoked the night before out of the ashtrays, cutting them up and making a new one out of the leftovers.'He would say he was a Muslim and was proud of his Pakistani heritage, but he didn't seem to attend any of the mosques in Southampton, and I only knew of him having white girlfriends.
He certainly shared a bed with them.' The only sign of activism from Choudary came in his upset over Salman Rushdie's book The Satanic Verses, which was said to be blasphemous and led to protests in Bradford and a fatwa calling for Rushdie's death from the Ayatollah Khomeini in Iran in 1989.'You didn't want to get him started on that.