Hate preacher Anjem Choudary, based in Britain, wrote a 3,500-word treatise titled “Sincere Advice to The Leadership of The Taliban”.
Islamic hate preacher, who inspired a generation of jihadi fighters and terrorists, wrote a treatise asking the Taliban to impose Sharia strictly.
Anjem Choudary, based in London and preaches hate against non-Muslims, said music is un-Islamic and should be banned. He added that women should not be allowed to go out alone.
He suggested the Taliban “There should be the removal of all borders and an invitation to all Muslims to become citizens of the new Islamic State to unite the Muslim land of the Indian sub-continent, to begin with, to be the precursor of greater unity under the Khilafah (caliphate)."
Choudary was jailed five years ago for supporting the terrorist organisation the Islamic State and was banned from speaking in public following his release. The ban from public speaking was lifted last month, leaving him free to spread his hate against non-Muslims.
Choudary suggested the British and the American forces were legitimate targets and urged the Taliban fighters to point their guns at ‘occupying forces’ and anyone who ‘stands in the way of implementing the rule of Allah’.