Anjem Choudary is a British Muslim preacher, activist, lawyer, and media darling. He famously faced an explosive grilling by Fox News host Sean Hannity, and was subsequently interviewed on CNN about how unfair Hannity was. Today, Choudary is making news in his more usual fashion, expressing support for terror and dismay that the world won't learn their lesson.
Muslims love the Messenger Muhammad (saw) more than their parents, children and even themselves! Why don't people understand? #ParisShooting— Anjem Choudary (@anjemchoudary) January 7, 2015
Choudary's bewilderment that non-Muslims can't seem to fall in line with Islam's wishes doesn't stop with Paris. He continues on to link this terror attack to other murders committed on behalf of Mohammed.
We must see what the honour of the Prophet means to Muslims after Salman Rushdie, Hirsi Ali, Theo Can Gogh & Terrance McNally #ParisShooting— Anjem Choudary (@anjemchoudary) January 7, 2015
See, it's not radical Muslims or extreme Muslims he cites. No, Choudary says these actions speak for the conviction of all Muslims. And still, he was not finished.
Freedom of expression does not extend to insulting the Prophets of Allah, whatever your views on the events in Paris today! #ParisShooting— Anjem Choudary (@anjemchoudary) January 7, 2015
"Whatever your views" ... because of course the verdict of the world should still be up in the air about whether or not the attacks - sorry "events" - were a bad thing. After all, Muslims don't like what you are doing. So die and be dead. Who can't understand that?