Nick Lowles of Hope not Hate focuses on the appalling comments made by Anjem Choudary, a well know preacher of hate:
The horrible acid attack on two young women in Zanzibar have rightly shocked and appalled all decent people. Not so Anjem Choudary who, in a series of tweets earlier this morning, sought to blame the two women for the attack.
"Non Muslims must behave themselves when they go to Muslim countries where Muslims want Shari'ah. Otherwise the consequences could be serious," he tweeted.
A few minutes later he tweeted: "There is an Islamic revival among the youth who reject the regimes trying to please non Muslim tourists with alcohol, clubs, promiscuity etc"
"Zanzibar should be an eye opener for anyone travelling to Muslim countries: The situation is very volatile & Shari'ah is a matter of time."
Of course, Choudary doesn't just confine his thoughts to Muslim countries. Unlike other Islamist extremists groups, like Hizb ut-Tahrir, which claim to only agitate in the Muslim world, Choudary believes that his mission is to fight for Shariah in every country in the world. On Friday he tweeted: "Muhammad (saw) said 'Be busy in the big things in this world' eg establish the Khilafah, engage in Jihad & command good & forbid evil openly."
This explains why so many of his followers go on to commit terrorism and why HOPE not hate intends to do more to oppose him and his group.
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