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article imageVideo: Britain First on the hunt for Anjem Choudary

By Richard Milnes     Oct 20, 2013 in World
Walthamstow - The patriotic protest group, Britain First, increases the pressure on anti-British Muslim extremists as it conducts door-to-door search for Anjem Choudary.
Anjem Choudary believed to be responsible for radicalising Woolwich killer
Anjem Choudary is at least partly responsible for the radicalisation of Woolwich killer Michael Adebolajo. Video footage shows Michael Adebolajo standing behind Anjem Choudary at an Al-Muhajiroun rally outside Paddington Green Police Station in London in 2007.
British Prime Minister still supports organisation that had Michael Adebolajo as speaker
Michael Adebolajo was also a speaker at a far-left UAF rally in Harrow in 2009. A large number of the British establishment, including Prime Minister David Cameron appear on the UAF ‘list of shame’ as supporters of the organisation.
British Police protect Anjem Choudary
After the horrific murder and attempted beheading of Drummer Lee Rigby in Woolwich, Britain First gave the Metropolitan Police a deadline within which to arrest Anjem Choudary, saying that if they didn’t arrest him then they would. However, instead of arresting him the British Police took him into protective custody.
Britain First then launched a manhunt for Anjem Choudary.
The hunt continues
Now Britain First believe that they have tracked him down to The Islamic Shari’a Council at 34 Francis Rd, Walthamstow.
In the video Chairman of Britain First, Paul Golding says, “We are going to conduct a house to house search to try and find out if Anjem Choudary resides here.”
The Britain First activists then go inside and speak to a man to try to ascertain whether Anjem Choudary is residing there.
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