We reported on Anjem Choudary, a radical Islamic cleric in London who angered many with his tweets following yesterday’s horrific terror attack against Charlie Hebdo magazine in Paris. Here are a few of Choudary’s controversial statements:

Fox News’ Sean Hannity interviewed Choudary on his show last night to discuss these tweets, and things got a little heated. It’s a rather long segment, but well worth your time … especially the end where Hannity refers to Choudary as “an evil SOB”:

Good job, Sean:

And after the segment, Hannity defended why he had Choudary on in the first place:

And Choudary has now doubled-down on his Islamic fascism with an op-ed in today’s USA Today. An excerpt:

The truth is that Western governments are content to sacrifice liberties and freedoms when being complicit to torture and rendition — or when restricting the freedom of movement of Muslims, under the guise of protecting national security.

So why in this case did the French government allow the magazine Charlie Hebdo to continue to provoke Muslims, thereby placing the sanctity of its citizens at risk?

It is time that the sanctity of a Prophet revered by up to one-quarter of the world’s population was protected.

No thanks.



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