Preacher who called for gay men to be killed is now teaching in the UK
An Islamic preacher who called for gay men to be killed has now started teaching at a school in London.
Radical preacher Anjem Choudary found guilty of inciting support for Isis Shaykh Hamza Sodagar is due to start a series of lectures at the Islamic Republic of Iran school in Maida Vale until mid-October.
The preacher, who was born and raised in the US, has spent around 14 years in Iran studying Islamic Law and refers to himself as a ‘role model for young Muslims all around the world’.
But according to the Mirror, Sodagar has been captured on camera listing five different ways gay men... read more
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