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Posted on Jan 21, 2013

Pro-Jihad Demonstration outside French Embassy

Pro-Jihad Demonstration outside French Embassy

On the 12th January, a group of protestors, led by jihadists Anjem Choudary, Omar Bakri Mohammed and Abu Izzadeen, called for jihad against the French over their presence in Mali, and warned of the imminent destruction of “the false idols of freedom and democracy”.

The extreme Islamists, who had been protesting against the French military campaign in Mali, also called French President Francois Hollande a “Son of Pharaoh”. The demonstration was posted on the Internet on January 12 and was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI).

Choudary has founded two groups in Britain that have been banned by the British government. He has threatened British Jews who support Israel, stating that it is an “Islamic obligation upon Muslims everywhere to support the Jihad against those who fight Muslims anywhere in the world or who occupy Muslim land.”

He has often praised Muslim terrorists, referring to the September 11 terrorists as “magnificent martyrs.” In 2003 he endorsed terrorist attacks by British Muslims and said that al-Muhajiroun, one of the groups he founded, would “encourage people to fulfill their Islamic duties and responsibilities.” He has praised the 2008 terrorist attack in Mumbai and has also called for the stoning of homosexuals and the assassination of the Pope.


  1. I don’t recall any coverage of this in any of the national media in the UK. Was there some?

  2. A couple of dozen radicals holding cheaply printed signs … I suspect most Muslims just want to be left alone to live their lives, raise their children and have a decent quality of life … In every community there are disturbed people, dangerous people … both Muslims and non-Muslims need to concentrate making their communities well by driving the disturbed people out and shunning them.

  3. Choudray and his gang are provocateurs. They know that what they’re doing will p*ss people off. Islam thrives on antipathy towards Islam, which these people are happy to stoke up. This is why conversions to Islam have sky-rocketed since September 2001.

  4. What I find heartening is the thunderous outcry from moderate Muslims against this demo, that leaves us in no doubt where the loyalties of most Muslims lay. Please excuse the sarcasm.

    • Tony Jacobs: Stand for Peace, a half-Muslim organisation, is condemning this demo. That’s why you’ve just read this article. Please take your nasty prejudices elsewhere. I don’t hear you condemning far-Right demos, but I don’t assume this means you endorse them.

      • What nasty prejudices? Where are the moderate Muslims demonstrating? I’ll go and meet them and you can see me talk to them and ask them if I’ve said or done anything wrong.
        Ask Mudar Zachran, a man who may well be the next Prime minister of Jordan, if he thinks I’m anti-Muslim. I’m many things, but a bigot is not one of them.

      • Just how many Muslims does Stand for Peace represent, out of the several million in the UK?

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