Anjem Choudar launches a new hate attack on gays. The extremist and incendiary British Islamic cleric who calls for Sharia law in the United Kingdom says that means "all" homosexuals would be condemned. According to the Daily Mail:
[Choudary] said such a regime was the only way to fix the country's ills. Under it, adulterers and homosexuals would be killed by stoning. Asked if that would include anybody - even a Cabinet minister such as Business Secretary Lord Mandelson - Choudary responded with an astonishing diatribe.
He said: 'If a man likes another man, it can happen, but if you go on to fulfil your desire, if it is proved, then there is a punishment to follow. You don't stone to death unless there are four eyewitnesses. It is a very stringent procedure.
'There are some people who are attracted to donkeys but that does not mean it is right.'
The hateful cleric says not all gays would be killed. After being educated about the "evils" of homosexuality, they would only be stoned if they still confessed to a same-sex relationship or having same-sex desires. How very generous of him.
Choudary's extremism may seem like a joke in the West but the consequences are real. In recent months, suspected gays have been condemned in Nigeria, and, executed in Islamic fundamentalist nations such as Saudi Arabia and Iran. Uganda's leading Islamic cleric has also called for exiling and/or executing gays.
Choudary's hate-filled dogma was profiled last year by Christiane Amanpour on CNN.