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Anjem Choudary and his anti-Semitic legacy

One of Britain's most notorious Islamic extremists, Anjem Choudary, has been found guilty of inciting support for Islamic State in a verdict released this week.

Choudary made a mockery of the British justice system for two decades, avoiding any serious criminal charges whilst being given regular airtime and other platforms to continually incite his anti-Semitic, anti-British and anti-West ideology.

His conviction in July, which can only now be reported after legal restrictions were lifted, came after Choudary, 49, and a follower, Mohammed Rahman, 32, were arrested September last year after they urged support for Islamic State and pledged allegiance to the group.

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