Thursday, February 12, 2015

Google & Wikipedia Use Anjem Choudary as Example of a "Muslim"

There is no mistake about portraying Anjem Choudary as a “person who follows the religion of Islam".  He in fact does practice Islam exactly and precisely as laid out in the Quran and Sunnas and he follows the examples of the Pedophile Mohammed.  He is probably the most outspoken and honest Muslim in Britain.  He believes in the total dominance of Islam over all of humanity.  He openly calls for Sharia courts and the stoning of women, the cutting off of hands and feet of thieves and the beheading of Muslim apostates.

The mistake is denying that Islam is a peaceful religion able to integrate into Western civilization.  Those claiming Choudary is not representative of Islam are either useful idiots or practicing taqyya. 

However, the lamestream press and Google will go along with the fantisy that Islam is a Religion of Peace.


Google criticised after image of Anjem Choudary appears under search for Muslim

Alexandra Rucki

Published: 11 February 2015

Updated: 10:40, 12 February 2015

Google has come under fire after bringing up an image of radical cleric Anjem Choudary as the top result under a search for ‘Muslim’.

An image of the hate preacher appears next to a Wikipedia entry giving the definition of a Muslim as a “person who follows the religion of Islam”.

Choudary is widely condemned by mainstream UK Muslims and was arrested in September as part of an investigation into Islamist terrorism, but was later bailed.

It appears the mishap occurs because Google takes information from third party websites.

Google mishap: the results bring up an image of radical preacher Anjem Choudary Twitter users were quick to notice the error and posted images of the results online.

One user wrote: “If you google Muslim shows an ISIS ideologue Anjem Choudary.”

Another said Google’s alogrithim should be changed to show up an image of Bollywood actor and Muslim Shah Rukh Khan.