Dodgy Wog Anjem Choudary is also a hypocrite

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Where there is a religious public figure there is always a hypocrite.

Hate preacher Anjem Choudary spent years chiding the West, calling for Sharia law in Britain and even claiming he wanted to move to ISIS-occupied Syria.

But, as a photo which emerged today shows, the notorious cleric was happy to enjoy the lifestyle provided by living in the UK.

The picture, taken while Choudary was on bail ahead of his terror trial, shows him purchasing a McDonald’s meal.  

Choudary faces a lengthy jail term when he is sentenced today for encouraging support for terror group ISIS.

The photo of Choudary at McDonald’s is understood to have been taken at the Watford Gap service station in April, weeks before he went on trial for inciting support for ISIS.

It is believed he used the Northamptonshire service station on the way to a meeting in the Midlands.

An onlooker said:  ‘Considering he hates everything about the West, and is also meant to only eat at halal places, he is clearly a hypocrite.

‘I had heard of this guy before and I was a bit surprised given what he preaches so I took a picture of it.

‘I live in Luton and he is often there preaching and I have seen him numerous times.

‘There was a couple of people that also recognised him. He had a disagreement with someone there, but I don’t know what they were saying.’

Choudary has previously praised food chains which serve halal food, that which is acceptable to eat under Muslim rules.

McDonald’s does not offer halal food, previously stating that it ‘would require significant changes to our kitchen procedures and supply chain’.

 

I’ll be a little bit fair to Mr Choudary…maybe he just likes bacon?

There will be no essential McDonalds vitamins for the next 5 plus years for him though.

 

 

– Daily Mail


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