UK Prisons Minister Rory Stewart has warned that Islamic hate preacher “Anjem Choudary still poses a ‘genuinely dangerous’ threat to public safety” and that his “planned release next month is ‘a danger to us all as he remains a deeply pernicious, destabilising influence.’”
Yet he is being released anyway, affecting public safety and adding to public fears. Choudary’s preaching is said to have inspired many jihadists, including the London Bridge attacker, but he was only given a 5-and-a-half year sentence — a reflection how low a priority the safety of the British public is for British officials. The same low priority was reflected in the cover-ups of the Muslim rape gangs.
No matter what abuses are sanctioned and committed by Islamic supremacists, they are largely tolerated. And aside from the danger Chaudary poses upon his release, he also posed a danger while in jail, as Stewart warned: