- although Anjem Choudary seems more positive to Human Rights (as protection for his islamic anti-Human Rights agenda) than Theresa May who wants UK to leave the European Human Rights Court (which said sharia is incompatible with Human Rights) in order to eat the cake while still keep it, i.e. sharia money without sharia muslims.
UK sharia muslim Anjem Choudary was convicted for incitement to jihad terror because of his support of the Islamic State. So What about those other many (see survey below) UK sharia muslims who also supported the Islamic State? When should they be arrested and convicted for incitement to jihad terror? And what if the UK starts negotiations with the Islamic State, could the freeing of Choudary be on the table?!
Pamela Geller (the Jew whom Theresa May didn't allow to enter UK to defend Human Rights against islamic Human Rights violations): UK imam Anjem Choudary convicted for incitement to jihad terror. Now the London Mayor seeks to imprison those who oppose jihad terror. How can the UK reconcile those two absolute opposing positions?
Klevius clarification: The islamofascist (i.e. supporter of sharia that violates the most basic of Human Rights equality) London mayor Sadiq Khan (voted for by muslim supporters of Anjem Choudary) is more worried about "islamophobia" than sharia/islamic finance.
However, 2015 approximately 78,000* UK muslims had a "very favorable" view on the Islamic State while some 156,000 had a "somewhat favorable" view.
* Cautiously estimated on 2.6 million adult UK muslims (2011 census). The numbers are probably much bigger.
Klevius: It isn't tolerance but the use of the oxymoronic label "islamophobia" as a means to block criticism of Human Rights violating muslims and sharia islam, that fertilizes islamofascist hate, racism and sexism.
The sole focusing on islamic violence blurs the much bigger problem with islam, i.e. its staggering incompatibility with basic Human Rights equality in accordance with UN's 1948 Declaration.
Bakri and Choudary founded the al-Muhajiroun organisation, which campaigned to unite Muslims across the world and see the global imposition of Sharia Law. It went largely unnoticed initially but began making headlines after the September 11 attacks in the US. The group was finally banned in 2010.
Pamela Geller: Anjem Choudary is a notorious British imam who incites to Islamic violence and murder and urges Muslims to follow the path of Muhammad (murder, mayhem and destruction). It took years, but finally the British government has out him where he belongs — behind bars. We have yet to see President Obama criminalize incitement to jihad. On the contrary, his administration has sought to criminalize blasphemy under Islamic law.