Anjem Choudary freed from UK prison for 'good behaviour'; Islamist preacher jailed for inviting support for IS
Anjem Choudary, 51, was released for his reported "good behaviour" under very strict licence conditions from the high-security Belmarsh prison in south London. Under around 25 strict conditions imposed on him include having to stay at a monitored probation hostel over the next few months, not being allowed to leave London and not being allowed to interact with the media or preach to young people.
London Bridge attacker Khuram Shazad Butt buried in secret after cemeteries refuse to accept his body
A relative of Khuram Butt drove his body to a graveyard near the family home in East London recently where he was buried without any rites or mourners
A radical preacher in Britain faces a decade in prison for encouraging support for the Islamic State group.
In the first-ever widespread criticism of US technology giants and social media platforms, the British Home Affairs select committee has slammed the internet behemoths of becoming a "recruiting platform for terrorism" and "passing the buck".
Just blocking the jihadist, pro-Islamic State accounts on certain social platforms is not the solution. A well-thought-out, well-reasoned, coherent and effective counter-narrative against the extremist rhetoric is imperative.
Radical Islamist preacher Anjem Choudary, known for his radical views, has been found guilty of supporting Islamic State, and hence has been sentenced to the imprisonment in Britain for 10 years. However, in India, a considerable number of sympathisers of the terrorist organisations do not face any legal action.
One of United Kingdom's most notorious preacher, Anjem Choudary, 49, has been convicted of inviting membership and support for Islamic State. The London-based preacher was arrested in 2014 after years of hate speeches which always stayed "just within the law".
One of Britain's best-known radical Muslim preachers, Anjem Choudary, has been convicted of encouraging support for the Islamic State group
A UK-based Islamist preacher, known for his radical views, has been found guilty of supporting the Islamic State (IS) terrorist group and faces up to 10 years in jail, it emerged on Tuesday.
Two of the five young militants who slaughtered 20 innocent people at the Holey Artisan Bakery in the Bangladeshi capital used to follow three controversial Islamists – Anjem Choudary, Shami Witness and Zakir Naik.
A UK-based Islamic hothead has announced plans for a march in Delhi to demand Sharia law be imposed in all of India. But curiously, his madness gives us reason to press ahead with a uniform civil code.