Friday, October 28, 2016

Anjem Choudary

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If you thought radical Islam’s ambitions stopped in Middle Eastern countries, be warned: they’re coming for the rest of the world next.

And they’ll not only bring mayhem, beheadings, and violence–they’ll ban quite a bit of innocuous fun, too.

Anjem Choudary, a top British Islamic scholar who has actively supported ISIS and founded a terrorist group called Islam4UK, posted a taunting post on Twitter–outlining the top 13 things Islam will ban, once they take over the rest of the world too.

His list, “Islam will outlaw”:

“Alcohol, pork, gambling, porn, usury, promiscuity, freemixing, gays, cinemas, idolatry, insurance, stocks/share, insulting prophets.”

So if you plan to take a date out for a drink and a movie, well, you can’t do any of those things–since free-mixing of the sexes, alcohol, and cinemas will all be illegal in the brave new Muslim world.

And that’s not even considering whether you and your date were considering having ham for dinner–the horror!–or driving there in an insured car you bought with your latest stock dividends.

Choudary is a controversial figure in the U.K.–and it’s worth noting that he has little support from British Muslims, who tend to be far more moderate than their Middle Eastern counterparts. And obviously, Choudary wouldn’t be leading the charge to take over any Western country, let alone become our fun police.

But Choudary’s list isn’t quite as ludicrous as it seems. It not only describes life in many Muslim countries–where his list are things actually banned by law in some places–but it highlights the insatiable jihadist ambitions of the radical Islamists.

At this point, ISIS remains far from American shores. But, with Obama’s appeasement of Iran earlier this week–signing a treaty that allows Iran to ramp up its nuclear program, rebound from sanctions, and giving the U.S. absolutely nothing in return–a full Islamist invasion could still be in the future.

Start stockpiling bacon now.



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