Terror preacher Anjem Choudary sparks fury saying Taliban SHOULD chop off hands of thieves & stone adulterers

VILE hate preacher Anjem Choudary has urged the Taliban to chop off the hands of thieves, stone adulterers and flog anyone caught drinking.

The 54-year-old bile-spewing cleric, who inspired a generation of jihadi fighters and was jailed for five years in 2016 for supporting ISIS, also wants to ban music and mixing between men and women in Afghanistan.

The latest remarks from the fanatic are included in an extraordinary rant, Mail on Sunday reports.

Choudary, from Ilford, East London, was banned from speaking in public following his release from prison – but the gagging order was lifted last month, leaving him to spread his vulgar views.

In his online torrent of hate, the hate preacher called on Afghanistan's new government to abolish all traces of Western culture and ban "useless pursuits such as music, drama and philosophy".

He also appeared to suggest British and American forces were legitimate targets – and urged militants to point their guns at "occupying forces" and anyone who "stands in the way of implementing the rule of Allah".

And the jihadists must enforce strict sharia law, Choudary reportedly said, and wipe out existing high courts and supreme courts to make way for sharia courts.

The vile preacher said only strict sharia punishments – including chopping off thieves' hands and stoning adulterers – must be enforced.

He said: "The penal code or Hudood is the right of Allah… to cut the hand off the thief, stone the adulterer, implementing capital punishment upon the apostate and lashing those who drink alcohol (all after due court process and evidence) must be implemented without question and hesitation."

He also said any non-Muslims in Afghanistan should pay a tax known as "jizya" – often referred to as the "infidel tax" – to ensure they receive protection.

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Choudary has also reportedly urged the Taliban to change the name of Afghanistan to Islamic State – which is what IS called its territory once it declared a caliphate.

"There should be the removal of all borders and an invitation to all Muslims to become citizens of the new Islamic State with the aim to unite the Muslim land of the Indian sub-continent to begin with, to be the precursor of greater unity under the Khilafah [caliphate]," he said.

He also called to shut down Afghanistan's embassies abroad – even in Muslim countries – and expelling the United Nations from Kabul.

Choudary inspired some of the Britain's most infamous terrorists, including Khuram Butt, leader of the London Bridge attacks, and the men who killed Fusilier Lee Rigby in Woolwich in 2013.

He was banned from Twitter just five days after he joined the social media network in July to spout more hate.

It comes as Taliban death squads are reportedly pulling people from their homes and executing them as they step up the hunt for anyone who helped the US and UK.

Thousands continue to gather around Kabul airport as they desperately try to get flights out of Afghanistan after the country was seized by the Taliban.

At least four women were crushed to death on Saturday in what was described as the "worst day so far" in the Afghan capital.

Horrific footage shows throngs of people crushed together shoulder to shoulder as they mass around checkpoints guarded by soldiers.

Screams can be heard and gunshots are fired over their heads – but the desperate people appear trapped in the crush, unable to move beyond being buffeted along by the people next to them.

Other videos shows soldiers leaning over barricades as they plucked children from the hands of their parents as they found themselves unable to move.


Sky News reporter Stuart Ramsay described the "utterly horrendous scenes" and "absolute pandemonium" at the airport as he witnessed people "crushed to death".

Troops are now in a race against time to evacuate up to 6,000 Brit nationals and Afghan locals from war-torn Afghanistan as the UK urges President Joe Biden to delay the withdrawal of US forces from Kabul airport.

British paratroopers are desperately trying to manage to chaos at the airport amid fears the evacuation mission could collapse in days.

Images released by the Ministry of Defence last night showed a packed RAF plane whose passengers included citizens from Afghanistan eligible to settle in Britain.

But Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has said "no nation will be able to get everyone out" of Afghanistan as he predicted growing crowds at Kabul airport as "desperate people" race to escape the Taliban.

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