British hate preacher and Shariah-pimp Anjem Choudary frequently calls for jihad against non-Muslims. In March, the Islamist said he’d like Barack Obama and David Cameron to be killed.

And the hate keeps on comin’.

Following Monday’s deadly tornado in Oklahoma, Choudary called the devastation “a lesson for Americans.” (Editor’s note: The account is not verified, but has been reported as authentic.)

But it didn’t stop there. He continued to spew his vile brand of hate.

At least 24 people died, including seven children, and this gutter tramp is doing a happy dance in the name of Allah.

https://twitter.com/WATPibrox/status/336832312492826624

https://twitter.com/ToniLew_/status/336837631537188865

https://twitter.com/juliusmandrake/status/336853810158899200

Atrocious.

(Hat tip: Raphael Gluck — follow him on Twitter!)

  • ObamaFail

    The “Religion of Peace” is at it again!

    • http://twitter.com/yahneverknowCB yahneverknow

      Oooooooo… wascally wabbits!

  • tcbaz

    What I do on this guys grave won’t pass for flowers.

  • Jack Deth

    I’m confused again.

    So, Acts of God and Nature are now on the payroll of two bit sock puppets and CAIR?

    I guess that will be retro-actively disabled should Israel decided to drop the hammer, roll tanks on, or nuke any of its angry neighbors.

  • Jennifer

    Note to Obama: Despite your best efforts, it seems like they don’t like us, anyway.

    • Guest

      Why should they? Obama’s drones kill innocent civilians monthly, including innocent children that you all are so fond of

  • http://twitter.com/die_mich_zwei Spatial Awareness

    Look!! ==> .@anjemchoudary ==> DRONE

  • Frustrated Teacher

    He is a perfect example of why so much of his religion is vile and hateful and a sorry excuse for a religion. Christians pretty much quit this crap 1000 years ago. Time for Islam to grow up and join our millenium.

    • anon_y_mous3

      Other than some eastern religions, most are vile and hateful. How much discussion or examples of peace are there in the bible, or quran?

      • tommcgtx

        You wouldn’t know, because you’ve never read either.

        • anon_y_mous3

          Sorry, I have read both, and continue to do so. Tell me, how many people did ‘god’ kill in the bible? 2,476,633? http://dwindlinginunbelief.blogspot.com/2006/08/how-many-has-god-killed.html I know, it’s an old post, but it’s not as old as things other people wrote(bible).

          • tommcgtx

            Are you suggesting God “killing” anyone isn’t justified? Is there a higher law God must answer to? By definition God gives lfe, and can take it away.

          • anon_y_mous3

            I’m so glad that god only kills those that COMPLETELY deserve it. Killing those people was the ONLY way to deal with them and their evil spirit and doings. I wonder if God is still killing people for those same means but hiding it in cancer, heart disease or some other scientific/medical code-word for killing evil.

          • tommcgtx

            Don’t you get it, moron? YOU are not God’s equal, and he is not yours. How big of you to set yourself up as God, and pass judgement on him. Even if you don’t believe in God, it’s not even logical to consider that if there were such a being, which by definition is THE Ultimate being from which everything comes, he would not be subject to the petty ramblings of “anan_y_mous3”.

          • anon_y_mous3

            My petty ramblings have sucked you in. Sorry. I’m no moron, and I think you’ll notice I never called anyone names here. I don’t set myself up as god, as there is no god. I don’t judge him, as judgement would require acknowledgement. The bible-god seems rather arrogant to expect us little hairless apes to worship and praise and put him before family? Family? Luke 14:26, really? C’mon man. Matthew 10:34 Love god more than ones family? Really? Family is number one, and god telling someone to kill someone in their family? Abraham was a nut for even considering killing his son. There is no being, entity, deity that would convince me to kill ANYONE much less family.

          • tommcgtx

            I don’t care if you don’t call anyone names in here, If you make statements about God as if you have the mental age of 8 to 12, then you’re a moron. Putting Family in the place of God is idolatry. Putting anything above God is idolatry. This doesn’t mean killing your family, it means not elevating your family to the status of worship, and that is what passages like that refer to. You can’t cherry pick passages of the Bible, and take them out of context, and they must be measured in light of other teachings. And again, your statement that God is somehow “arrogant” is laughable. Arrogance is defined as “Having or revealing an exaggerated sense of one’s own importance or abilities.” And again, regardless of your belief in God or not, it does not follow logically that the Supreme Being of the Universe would have an exagerrated sense of his own importance. Without God, the very definition of what He would be, nothing exists!

          • Keith Cumbie

            You are nothing more than an arrogant zealot. Very little difference between you and Muslim zealots. Trash.

          • anon_y_mous3

            My petty ramblings have sucked you in. Sorry. I’m no moron, and I think you’ll notice I never called anyone names here. I don’t set myself up as god, as there is no god. I don’t judge him, as judgement would require acknowledgement. The bible-god seems rather arrogant to expect us little hairless apes to worship and praise and put him before family? Family? Luke 14:26, really? C’mon man. Matthew 10:34 Love god more than ones family? Really? Family is number one, and god telling someone to kill someone in their family? Abraham was a nut for even considering killing his son. There is no being, entity, deity that would convince me to kill ANYONE much less family.

          • tommcgtx

            Don’t you get it, moron? YOU are not God’s equal, and he is not yours. How big of you to set yourself up as God, and pass judgement on him. Even if you don’t believe in God, it’s not even logical to consider that if there were such a being, which by definition is THE Ultimate being from which everything comes, he would not be subject to the petty ramblings of “anan_y_mous3”.

          • Suz Just Suz

            By definition God is a figment of your imagination and an excuse for man to abuse man, so why don’t you man-up and just admit that YOU are the hateful person who kills, demeans, and discriminates and uses your religion to justify it just like every other religion since man first looked up in the sky?

          • tommcgtx

            No, I think the excuse for man to abuse man has been atheism, which posits the idea that we came from nowhere, are going to oblivion, and are therefore worthless. That’s why Communists have killed millions upon millions, justifying it as being for the “greater good of the collective”. After all, you have to crack a few eggs to make an omelette, right? Not to mention abortion which has caused untold millions of lives destroyed. Don’t give me your stupid little diatribe about religion being the cause of stuff like that. There have been, and continue to be, those who try to justify their deeds with religion, but any fool can see that they aren’t really following the tenets of said religion, although that can be and is debatable when it comes to Islam. If it weren’t for the RESTRAINING influence of religion, we would all be under tyranny and subject to the cruelest of treatment and death at the hands of some atheist.

          • anon_y_mous3

            Atheist does not = communist, nor does it excuse or cause one to murder. Communists put their ideals of self upon others and force adherence. Atheism doesn’t force, coerce, trick, it’s neutral. In fact there are communists that are/were religious and thought that they were saving others by force.

          • tommcgtx

            No, but communists are atheists, and it’s their atheism that leads them to have no value for human life whatsoever. Atheism doesn’t force, coerce, etc.? You mean like agressively suing the hell out of anyone that dare mention God in the public square? Who called religion the “opiate of the masses”? Atheism is only “neutral” according to an atheist with delusions.

          • anon_y_mous3

            You are still making generalizations that are not true. And atheism puts the value of humans above all else, even the invisible deities. I don’t care what people mention in the public square, but the government should not sponsor/endorse/support any religion unless it will support all religion(impossible). I think you’ll find that there are very few that do things in the name of ‘atheism’. I’ve never heard of mass murderers shouting “I’m doing this for atheism” but plenty have done those things in the name of all kinds of religions.

          • tommcgtx

            Our government doesn’t sponsor religion, but it should not be attacked either. Having a Christmas display or a cross on a water tower are not state sponsored religion, but atheist groups constantly attack things such as this. Of course communists didn’t declare they were killing folks in the name of atheism, but that’s part and parcel with their ideology and what allowed them to veiw human life as meaningless. Is that really that much of a leap for you? You come from nothing, you are a big collosal accident, and therefore are just a tempoarily animated meat sack.

          • anon_y_mous3

            Atheist does not = communist, nor does it excuse or cause one to murder. Communists put their ideals of self upon others and force adherence. Atheism doesn’t force, coerce, trick, it’s neutral. In fact there are communists that are/were religious and thought that they were saving others by force.

          • tommcgtx

            No, I think the excuse for man to abuse man has been atheism, which posits the idea that we came from nowhere, are going to oblivion, and are therefore worthless. That’s why Communists have killed millions upon millions, justifying it as being for the “greater good of the collective”. After all, you have to crack a few eggs to make an omelette, right? Not to mention abortion which has caused untold millions of lives destroyed. Don’t give me your stupid little diatribe about religion being the cause of stuff like that. There have been, and continue to be, those who try to justify their deeds with religion, but any fool can see that they aren’t really following the tenets of said religion, although that can be and is debatable when it comes to Islam. If it weren’t for the RESTRAINING influence of religion, we would all be under tyranny and subject to the cruelest of treatment and death at the hands of some atheist.

          • Guest

            That’s what this guy said, yet everyone in this comments section is hating on him

          • MarcusFenix

            And to answer this…did you even read where those numbers came from?

            To put into perspective..

            How many people have died as a result of muslim extremists, ji’had activity, fatwah, and other actions by those of that mindset in the last 10 years, compared to any other religious activities, both Western and Eastern religions.

            Try finding that statistic first. There are 2 million dead in the bible? Sounds about like the last 15 years or so, by terrorist standards.

            Looks like the bible is WAY behind then.

          • anon_y_mous3

            My original point returns, religions as a whole have done too much damage to humanity. Yes, the bible has not kept up with the count of those killed in the name of ‘god’.

          • MarcusFenix

            Your statement about religion having done “too much damage to humanity” is incredibly pompous on your part.

            It’s also intellectually dishonest for you to do the following:

            1. Stating the bible hasn’t “kept up” with things, while using it as the modern pretext for explaining your point. Either it’s out of touch with the more modern (read: last 1000 years or so) context of your point, or you’re trolling for an answer to justify a position you can’t concretely defend in any other way.

            2. You’re not putting blame where it’s due. Blaming “religion” for your personal view of things is incredibly disingenuous, since it’s not “religion” that causes problems, but the very imperfect people involved. The local ladies at the food pantry run by one of the churches aren’t causing “damage to humanity” by giving food to poor families. The pastor of that church isn’t harming someone by visiting the sick or injured in the hospital or their home. Telling people to “love one another” isn’t within any context of “damage”. You’re using an incredibly large brushstroke to lump people who are good and decent into a pile with those who would use religion as a bludgeon or weapon. Those people, sure…have at it. They would deserve to be criticized for their actions, and condemned accordingly. The mass majority of people involved in “religion”, however, don’t fall into your very skewed view of things.

            In keeping with the broad brushstrokes theme, you could just narrow down instances of what you feel is destructive, and condemn those actions. You don’t. Do people like the a$$hats at Westboro deserve to be shot and dumped in an unmarked hole somewhere? Probably. Not my place to decide. Should extremist muslims who kill innocent people and kill women for the sake of “honor” be taken to task and appropriately dealt with? Absolutely.

            In the turning of the wheel though, you could praise people for being good and just. you could point out the positives of something, even if you disagree with its tenets. You choose to not do so. You choose to see religion as destructive, when it (like anything else) can be used for positive or negative ends.

            I personally hate mainstream religion because of its mindless approach to everything and the absolute intolerance of people who question things. That being said, I don’t lump all religions into the same cesspool and call it a day. Being honest with yourself, intellectually, means you can separate the bad from the good and call it as such.

            Somehow, I just don’t see you doing that.

            Peace out.

          • anon_y_mous3

            I lump the bad and good together as they are a package deal. I also lump religions together because they all have one thing in common, they all insist they are the only one doing it right and all others are doomed to suffer the consequences.

          • MarcusFenix

            Actually, that’s about the most ridiculous thing you can say. You might mean specific people think that, but clearly you and I see things in a very different light, if (as you’re saying) that *all* religions see things this way.

            Poor choice of words on your part. As i replied below, you didn’t really respond with anything other than just….garbage and diatribe-style responses.

            Sad.

          • anon_y_mous3

            I lump the bad and good together as they are a package deal. I also lump religions together because they all have one thing in common, they all insist they are the only one doing it right and all others are doomed to suffer the consequences.

          • tommcgtx

            How many have been slaughtered in the name of communism?

          • tommcgtx

            How many have been slaughtered in the name of communism?

          • tommcgtx

            Not to mention atheist communists

          • tommcgtx

            Not to mention atheist communists

          • svobodnik

            Actually “god” shows love and restraint in the Bible. See Ezekiel 18:23 – God says that he takes no pleasure when men die.
            Also – I doubt that you have read either the Bible or the Qu’ran. Tell me – what is the central theme that underlies the entire Bible? Also what is the central theme that underlies the Qu’ran? What does the word “Qu’ran” mean?

          • anon_y_mous3

            Awww, poor god, he must feel so bad for all the people he killed. And we know he killed many if we believe the bible. God never made a mistake, he only killed those who were pure evil, had no good qualities or contributions to human kind.

          • anon_y_mous3

            Well that’s good, god showed restraint and didn’t kill all the evil he could have. That’s so kind of him to not kill all evil. Sounds strange that he could stop all evil by simply killing those that are/do the evil, but has since stopped such activities.

          • Ian Broderick

            yeah over some 4000 years. Good grief, even the plague had a better kill rate in the middle ages. Not to mention the political sociopaths we produced in the twentieth century alone. Even cars kill more people per year, so they must be real psychopaths. Even Obama manages to get more people killed per year. So either God is one of the worst “vile and hateful” leaders ever or he is merciful to those he has declared enemies and lawbreakers worthy of death. Maybe he would like us to follow his example and only kill when all other options have been used and failed.

          • MarcusFenix

            I’m not really sure which direction to go with this. On the one hand, you’re claiming how vile and evil something is…and then on the other hand, mocking the fact that the same thing you’re blasting is less efficient than car fatalities.

            I did notice, however, that you really had no retort for anything that was stated, so that forces me to conclude that you’re just some random sheep…one of the “uninformed voter” masses that liberals continually drone on about, never realizing they’re much more of the problem than they give themselves credit for in the end.

            But it’s fine. Bash religion all you want. It just makes you look like a complete fool, however, when you just troll with nothing to add but incredibly horrible, non-pithy remarks about cars and the rest of that intellectual feces you spewed there.

            Do you ever wonder why people don’t like liberal ideas? Could it be that folks like are devoid of them? Is this the best you have to offer? Because I’m bored with it, tbh.

          • Ian Broderick

            yeah over some 4000 years. Good grief, even the plague had a better kill rate in the middle ages. Not to mention the political sociopaths we produced in the twentieth century alone. Even cars kill more people per year, so they must be real psychopaths. Even Obama manages to get more people killed per year. So either God is one of the worst “vile and hateful” leaders ever or he is merciful to those he has declared enemies and lawbreakers worthy of death. Maybe he would like us to follow his example and only kill when all other options have been used and failed.

          • SafetyDave

            you must be a democrat

          • anon_y_mous3

            I’m definitely not a democrat, Libertarian to the core my friend.

          • anon_y_mous3

            I’m definitely not a democrat, Libertarian to the core my friend.

          • Keith Cumbie

            You must be a jackass.

          • anon_y_mous3

            Wow, you win the discussion/debate. I forgot the key to winning is name-calling. I should have started that way, and won out of the gate, you person, you human, you living being, you … you… I know I lost, but at least I can come in second?

        • Keith Cumbie

          Ignorant moron.

          • tommcgtx

            Great point, I hadn’t thought of it that way

          • anon_y_mous3

            Wow, you couldn’t come up with that one when you posted the first bit of name-calling? Don’t hit the post button so quick, I’m sure more fun/funny names will come to you to throw at me, and I’ll gladly let them fall on the ground as they simply pass through me. Some words have meaning, those do not, to me anyhow.

      • MarcusFenix

        An easy discussion. And with preface, I don’t think the Bible is always right, nor is it perfect. Inspired, yes. Perfect, no. However….

        The Quran directly calls, over 125 times, for the killing of non-muslims, or “infidels”. They are commanded to extend the invitation to convert. If you refuse, you’re less than dirt. By their commandments, they are allowed to cheat you, lie to you, steal from you, even murder you.

        If you can point to where Christ commanded people to kill anyone…I’d be rather surprised. Christ healed people. He directed you to turn the other cheek. His parables were meant to show people to love one another, and to help those in distress, such as the Good Samaritan.

        Muhammed was a barbarian and a murderer, personally beheading over 700 people. He murdered, pillaged, raped, and spread his religion at the sword point.

        Doesn’t seem like a very good set of comparisons to me.

        Yes, there’s some pretty solid violence in the Old Testament. But if you believe that Christianity outright teaches violence or hate, then you clearly aren’t reading the same book.

        • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

          YOU ARE CORRECT, SIR! And, even though I’m not a Biblical/Religious Scholar, I know that a lot of the Violence from the Old Testament was either God punishing sinners or protecting the Israelites, or the Israelites standing up for their rights and defending themselves. Which is necessary. And Jesus never showed much wrath or hatred, but he cleaned the changers from the temple, because they were insulting or offending it. ‘Nuff said. #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

    • Suz Just Suz

      Do you REALLY need me to start posting the overwhelming plethora of far right Christian leaders who say this same crap? The list is long and abundant. Christians are every bit as disgusting as this hateful fool.

      • Frustrated Teacher

        Go right ahead and I will post the VIOLENCE and destruction caused by adherents to his religion. Do you REALLY want to compare the reactions of Christians and Muslims right now? Does what he said really equate to the Christian belief that God is in control of nature and such? You seem to have a vendetta against religion in general.

    • mbj

      Pat Robertson? Westboro Baptist? Christians still do this ‘crap’. :)

      • Frustrated Teacher

        There is not a single one of my Christian friends who would put what Westboro Baptist church does in ANY category of Christianity. See, those of us who try our best to follow the example of Christ are not afraid to decry idiots like Westboro and work to marginalize their ignorant brand of religion. I keep waiting for voices from Islamic ‘moderates’ to speak out…and there are a few…but far too few compared to the numbers of radicals. You will hear far more praise in Muslim circles for his brand of hatred than criticism. I don’t follow or listen to Pat Robertson or Westboro and speak out against them whenever possible. How dare you tar me with their hatred and ignorance.

  • GrindingMills

    Let’s not forget about the good folks at Westboro blaming the tornado on Kevin Durant’s support of Jason Collins.

    • tommcgtx

      Yep, but Westboro is a group of freaks, and stuff like this is everywhere in the Islamic world.

    • Frustrated Teacher

      PLEASE don’t let the inbred fools at Westboro represent Baptists or Christianity. I don’t know a SINGLE person who thinks they are in the realm of the sane. However, if only 2% of the Muslim world is radicalized (that is the lowest estimate I have seen) that would be 31 MILLION potential terrorists that want nothing more than the downfall of any country not Muslim and the deaths of any adherents to any other faith (or no faith at all for my atheist friends). That is a dangerous religion!

  • BoscoBolt

    obama thinks it – Anjem Choudary speaks it.

  • ChampionCapua

    The other co-creator of the Daily Show?

  • I M Free

    heaven is running out of virgins for their stupid suicide bombing

    • Rob

      I don’t know. Dungeons and Dragons is more popular than you think…

    • Guest

      The brochure says they’ll get 72 virgins when they get to heavy.

      They forgot to add in the part where it says they all look like Roseanne Barr.

      • SafetyDave

        and without bodies –read: no penis, no vagina — just WHAT are they going to DO with the virgins???

    • MarcusFenix

      The brochure says they’ll get 72 virgins when they get to heaven.

      They forgot to add in the part where it says they all look like Roseanne Barr.

      • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

        Or Rosie O’Donnell! XD #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D} ZING!

      • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

        Or Rosie O’Donnell! XD #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D} ZING!

  • Guest

    Hey Anjem come on over for a BBQ we are serving some fine pork that was sauteed with ground up muhammad.

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      I hope his 72 Virgins are Catholic Nuns…. With Shotguns….#RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

    • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

      I hope his 72 Virgins are Catholic Nuns…. With Shotguns….#RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

  • Harry A

    These are vile comments, but sadly they are very similar to what some prominent Christians say. Pat Robertson attributes many disasters to God’s retribution (Katrina & the Haiti earthquake come to mind). His and Jerry Falwell’s comments about September 11th as well. Michelle Bachmann also just recently attributed Benghazi to God having passed judgement against the US, ridiculous!

    While I am in NO way, repeat in NO way suggesting him an Bachmann are equal (because they certainly aren’t), I wondered where the outrage was when Bachmann said her comments. Is the suggesting that the Christian God punished us with Benghazi and 9/11 (as she said) just not as vile and bad as this hate cleric Anjem Choudary suggesting Allah sent us tornadoes?

    [Not to mention the idea that Benghazi was God’s divine will would remove fault from Obama]

    • MarcusFenix

      In being honest about it, Robertson/Falwell/Bachmann are all idiots. Im not even sure why people pay attention to them. Their behavior should be called out, and should be scrutinized. They should be rejected.

    • Alan Gilfoy

      My thoughts exactly…sounds like the Christian fundamentalists who say disaster X is God’s punishment for Y – same shit different pile.

  • http://twitter.com/murphylinn Murphy Linn Spears

    See that America…these are your future immigrants…we are headed the way of England

  • JoeMyGodNYC

    Meh. Compulsive liar Michele Bachmann said God sent Hurricane Irene and the earthquake that cracked the Washington Monument. Because…budgets.

    “I don’t know how much God has to do to get the attention of the politicians. We’ve had an earthquake; we’ve had a hurricane. He said, ‘Are you going to start listening to me here?'”

    Similarly deranged comments are spewed regularly by other GOP crackpots.

    • Harlan Hikaru Fox

      And that has what to do with Islam?

      You can hate Christians and Republicans all you want (yes, yes, I know, not advancing the cause of gay and transgender rights, therefore evil bigots), but if you want to stand up as the great defender or Islam, at least have the convictions to spend a few years living under The Shari’ah. Show how a Wahhabi or Salafist Imam is a proper ally in the struggle.

      They may hate Christianity as much as you do, but that doesn’t mean they’re on your side.

      • ERMERGERD

        He doesn’t realize they hate him as well. How sad.

        • JoeMyGodNYC

          I am VERY aware of that.

      • ERMERGERD

        He doesn’t realize they hate him as well. How sad.

      • JoeMyGodNYC

        I detest all religion equally and said NOTHING in defense of Islam. I merely pointed the hypocrisy of getting butthurt over something that is said EVERY DAY by American Christians.

        • Sons Thunder

          I live in OKC. If you aren’t here, the destruction is hard to explain.

          Who is Anjem Choudary? No clue. But Pat Robertson…I know who that is because he ran for president and had a great deal of conservative support.

          He thinks it’s awesome to tell us these sorts of tragedies wouldn’t happen if it weren’t for feminists, gays and lesbians. He is still embraced by the right.

          My roommate and I have two families here tonight. We will host more if we can. We have had great people come over to drop off food & blankets. I have no idea who these people staying with us voted for. I know that they were grateful for the company and support of our friends (gay & straight).

          I’m going to bed. I am just sick and tired of the idiocy that dominates out politics. I love your blog. I am sure I will be back to bitching about trivial things soon enough. But for now – it really is awful here. People need help.

        • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

          F.Y.I. Joe, They usually come for “Religious Enemies” first…Including Atheists and Religion-haters….Just sayin’… I think that’s also the message from others as well… Just like Hitler (A Catholic), who persecuted Jews, Catholics, Atheists, Communists, Homosexuals, and anyone who didn’t “Worship” him… Sound vaguely familliar? #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

        • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

          F.Y.I. Joe, They usually come for “Religious Enemies” first…Including Atheists and Religion-haters….Just sayin’… I think that’s also the message from others as well… Just like Hitler (A Catholic), who persecuted Jews, Catholics, Atheists, Communists, Homosexuals, and anyone who didn’t “Worship” him… Sound vaguely familliar? #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

    • kathleenirish

      Pelosi, Reid, wasserman- Ditz and Biden. All make far more idiotic statements than any of those listed everyday. What’s your point? This guy and other Muslim jihadists are quite the threat to life, liberty and our freedoms than any silly person like Pat Robertson. I am sick of the supposed moral equivalency! There isn’t any!!! wake the fuck up, apologists for the Religion of hate and destruction of Everything civilized! That guy should be deported, but UK is in a stupor

    • Duane Savage

      Pretty sure that tornado was caused by all the hot air coming from the left.

  • TocksNedlog

    Obama has killed “1000’s of Muslims by drones”?
    Thousands?
    He’s a busy little bee, that Commander-in-Chief of ours.

    • http://www.facebook.com/lisa.dean.564 Lisa Dean

      But he either will have heard about it on the news or only his top officials knew about it and he knows nothing.

  • TocksNedlog

    Who knew that Oklahomans, in particular, were so directly responsible for the oppression of Muslims?

  • detroit19

    Says the man of ‘religion’ who openly tolerates/promotes the murder of innocent Muslim women and children. Karma, coming to a theater near you, hopefully sooner than later.

  • MarcusFenix

    It’s too bad his moon god didn’t give him divine inspiration on how to not murder innocent people, enslave and abuse women, or generally not be a complete idiot.

  • http://www.vatican.va/ Rulz

    And the atheist response is…………

    • $7610427

      Zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz…

    • unknown

      How about the American media’s response?

  • $7610427

    It’s not Allah, or God, or climate change…sh it just happens…

  • Harlan Hikaru Fox

    And yet people that Choudhary himself would oppress given half a chance will rush here to defend him just because they still think that Jihadis are a useful surrogate attack force.

  • ELC

    If the Muslims of the world don’t condemn preachers like Choudary-then they better expect others only to believe their religion is based strictly on HATE.

  • ChampionCapua

    So…If it is Allah’s will to bring tornadoes, how is it NOT Allah’s will that Americans “oppress” Muslims? Since Allah is supposedly the Big Hummus, why are any Muslims anywhere “oppressed”? Hmmm. Maybe we just doin’ Allah’s Will, Mista Mullah. #12CenturyIdiot

  • ChampionCapua

    So…If it is Allah’s will to bring tornadoes, how is it NOT Allah’s will that Americans “oppress” Muslims? Since Allah is supposedly the Big Hummus, why are any Muslims anywhere “oppressed”? Hmmm. Maybe we just doin’ Allah’s Will, Mista Mullah. #12CenturyIdiot

  • Jeremy

    He is a vile disgusting worm

  • http://www.iranaware.com/ American Infidels

    I can verify it is the real one.. I have contact with him a couple times a month on twitter and at my website.. He is fully convinced Islam will take over the world.. He lives like a Obama voter too.. All state funded..

  • http://www.iranaware.com/ American Infidels

    Hey Harry A, don’t give us the Christians did it too excuse. Yes Christianity had some dark days..centuries ago, not this morning.

  • http://www.iranaware.com/ American Infidels

    2% is not radicalized, it’s more like 14%. Research Pew,they just did a huge study on the supposed Religion of Peace.. Recommend it for all the tools infesting this post bashingChristians and practicing dhimmitude..

  • mwill

    will anyone miss him when he’s gone?

  • svobodnik

    The funny thing is: if you look at how Muslims are treated in the United States versus how they are treated in countries where Islam is dominant – Muslims are actually better treated in America. We treat Muslims better than Muslims treat each other.

  • RanierWest

    Does this mean if soldiers of Allah are now tornadoes, that Obama will shut down The Weather Channel for profiling Muslims… Thinking PC LOL

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    The “Religion of Peace and Tolerance…” And I’ve go some Oceanfront Property in Kashmir I’d like to sell ya…..But, when disaster/tragedy strikes your homeland/part of the world, who’s usually the first to offer and/or send aid? #NoBrainerAlert!! #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

  • John Thomas “Jack” Ward III

    The “Religion of Peace and Tolerance…” And I’ve go some Oceanfront Property in Kashmir I’d like to sell ya…..But, when disaster/tragedy strikes your homeland/part of the world, who’s usually the first to offer and/or send aid? #NoBrainerAlert!! #RightWard Jawamax 8<{D}

  • wandangel

    Just goes to show how much this idiot knows about the history of America! There were tornados happening here long before Europeans ever settled here. What was Allah’s excuse then? Were the buffalos pooping too much on the plains?

  • wandangel

    Just goes to show how much this idiot knows about the history of America! There were tornados happening here long before Europeans ever settled here. What was Allah’s excuse then? Were the buffalos pooping too much on the plains?

  • $215166

    “I wonder why there are so many hurricanes, tornados, bush fires etc in America? I wonder what the link is with their oppression of Muslims!?”

    l wonder why America’s had all these problems long before “America” even existed. What the heck did the Osage do to Muslims that Allah would stick Tornado Alley right on top of them? What ever did the Seminole do to Muslims that Allah would set Hurricaines against them? What in the world did the Pre-Columbian natives do to Muslims that Allah would set the San Andreas Fault right in their midst?

    The problem for Mr. Choudary is that these problems aren’t new, and defining them as “vengeful acts of Allah” doesn’t hold water.

  • $215166

    “I wonder why there are so many hurricanes, tornados, bush fires etc in America? I wonder what the link is with their oppression of Muslims!?”

    l wonder why America’s had all these problems long before “America” even existed. What the heck did the Osage do to Muslims that Allah would stick Tornado Alley right on top of them? What ever did the Seminole do to Muslims that Allah would set Hurricaines against them? What in the world did the Pre-Columbian natives do to Muslims that Allah would set the San Andreas Fault right in their midst?

    The problem for Mr. Choudary is that these problems aren’t new, and defining them as “vengeful acts of Allah” doesn’t hold water.

  • Jonathan Pain

    Wish you’d all notice the common ground for hate and killing. It’s RELIGION! Idiots who follow a religion breed hate by their ignorance and their tolerance of other religions. Wake up and smell the coffee before you destroy mankind altogether.

    • MarcusFenix

      Mother Theresa and Ghandi called, and wanted to know if you thought they were idiots or intolerant.

      I agree that there are people who have used religion for this purpose.

      I can also point to an endless stream of war, death, and destruction that was totally devoid of religious overtones. The common ground for those? Money. Territory. The sake of just doing it. We can historically point to all manner of stupidity and destruction from people who were nowhere near religion.

      I would also point to your comment:

      “Idiots who follow a religion breed hate by their ignorance and their tolerance of other religions.”

      Please explain how being tolerant breeds hate? That doesn’t even make any sense, in any context.

      In closing, i’m not terribly religious, but I grew up in a church. We were taught to love others, to help people in need, and to forgive. People there weren’t perfect by any means, but as a church they reached out into the community to give food to people who were out of work, even helped them find jobs. they visited sick people at the local hospital, including people who didn’t go to that church at all, or had even stepped foot into one. they held community events, not to preach or badger someone else, but just to have a group of people together to have a good time and relax. At those, pretty much there was a prayer before people ate, and the rest of the time was whatever….no sermons or discussions about religion.

      You could wake up and smell the coffee by not being so devoid of critical thinking skills, as to lump every person who believes in a higher being with Genghis Khan. Just saying.

    • volk

      Don’t tar and feather all theists I am a religious person as well (although not a member of the Abrahamic faiths) so I kinda got offended by that

  • Jonathan Pain

    Wish you’d all notice the common ground for hate and killing. It’s RELIGION! Idiots who follow a religion breed hate by their ignorance and their tolerance of other religions. Wake up and smell the coffee before you destroy mankind altogether.

  • dave

    if you believe your god would do such a thing you are truly not listening to him but doing in his name to suit your own evil wants and needs. you then sir are a blight on your own religion mr choudary

  • John Brookbank

    WELL HE HAS BALLS he is living here and telling us his god has carried this out, What he has for a god that allows him to have up 6 wife’s , beat his wives , kill his wife , marry a girl as young as 9 years old , Then thinks he is a respectful living being , he is the through back to dark ages , Our job is to make sure he has= no job= no home= no money, if he is refused to buy car ,home, food he will be gone soon, as we need not raise a hand to him, just do not allow him or his kind to do anything normal for life here in USA !!

  • Duane Savage

    Wonders how he explains the Tsunamis, cylones and earthquakes in Muslim countries.

  • copperpeony

    As long as Muslim Brohood is working in the WH administration and we are subsidizing Cair in this country, these savages will push the boundaries with their insane rhetoric until one of their retards starts hacking us with a machete like happened in the UK.

    The 2nd Amendment is the only protection we have because obama and his henchmen surely will not protect us against his savage cousins.

  • Suz Just Suz

    NO! They are God’s wrath for gay marriage. No, wait. It’s God’s wrath for abortion. No, wait. It’s God’s wrath for the oppression of Christianity from it’s rightful place as national religion. No, wait. It’s God’s wrath for leaving him out of schools. No, wait. It’s God’s wrath for removing him from the public sector (if only we could).

    But then again, large swathes of people who survived came out of it thanking God for his mercy. It’s official – God is schizophrenic and so are all of his followers regardless of what name they call him/ her/ it.

  • anon_y_mous3

    Anyone who uses religion to explain death, tragedy, pain, suffering is denying nature, physics, the universe. ‘God/Allah has a greater plan’ – really? such a great plan that he won’t let a few innocent people get hurt/killed? How lovely.

  • Shaik waseem zeeshan

    fuck pislam …iam an ex muslim and a proud atheist

  • Keith Cumbie

    Muslim radical extremists should be sent to a tiny base on the moon. ALL OF THEM. If you cannot abide by the rules of civilization then you must depart.

  • Paul Gloor

    This is why we can’t have nice things….