Muslim extremist hate preacher Anjem Choudary told Muslim shopkeepers who sold alcohol to “fear allah” at today’s march against selling and drinking alcohol in Tower Hamlets, the hotspot for islamofascism in Britain today. The Shariah Project who organized the demo are using bullyboy tactics to intimidate people in an attempt to push sharia law on Britain.
The extremist group have also been sending Muslim shopkeepers and restaurants fake letters claiming to be from Tower Hamlets licencing saying their alcohol licence has been revoked because they have breached sharia law.
RE: Your licence to sell alcohol has been revoked – DO NOT IGNORE THIS LETTER
Dear Business Owner
This letter is legal notice that you have no legal permission to sell, serve or stock alcohol at your premises. If you are still stocking, serving or selling any alcoholic products beverages, you must cease immediately.
Failure to comply with this notice to cease trading in alcoholic products is illegal and you will be liable to severe penalties as will be explained in this letter. Please note that you have no right to appeal this decision and you cannot apply for any further licences to serve alcohol on these premises or any other businesses you are associated with.
You have been formally warned that you are breaking the Prohibition of the sale of alcohol law chapter 4, sect. 90 of the quran, which states: “Alcohol, gambling, divination of arrows are only abominations of satan, so leave it so that you can be successful.” And in the tradition of Muhammad recorded in Abu Dawood v.4 p.207, “Whenever Allah has prohibited a thing, it is prohibited to benefit from it or its outcome.” And in musnad ahmed, “Verily if Allah has prohibited for people the consumption of a thing, He also has prohibited its sale.” And in Tirmidhi No.2776, Anas ibn Malik narrated that “Allah’s Messenger cursed ten people in connection with alcohol: the presser, the one who has it pressed, the one who drinks it, the one who conveys it, the one to whom it is conveyed, the one who serves it, the one who sells it, the one who benefits from the price paid for it, the one who buys it, and the one for whom it is bought.”
The penalty for failing to cease drinking, serving or selling alcohol includes the curse of Allah, punishment by hellfire in the afterlife and if found guilty in a shariah court following the establishment of the upcoming Islamic state you could be liable to forty lashes publically.
DO NOT IGNORE THIS LETTER
If you have any questions regarding this notice or if you would like more information about what to do next, please visithttp://www.iqaamah.co.uk/legalnotice/ or you can contact us by phone on 07956041034. For further information in Bengali contact 07939349760.
Department of Business Regulation
Video: ‘Fear Allah’, hate preacher Anjem Choudary tells shopkeepers at anti-alcohol march
Adam Barnett, ReporterFriday, December 13, 2013
Islamist firebrand Anjem Choudary used a march through Brick Lane today, which was hampered by opposition protests, to tell off-licence owners they must “fear Allah”.
Police had to separate demonstrators from Muslim group The Shariah Project from men thought to be from the EDL, delaying the demo at Osborn Street, and escorted the march through east London’s famous culinary quarter.
Turnout was low for the protest with only a handful of the group’s members attending.
The march was led by Mr Choudary, leader of the group al-Muhajiroun, who called on Muslims in east London to stop drinking or selling alcohol.
Using a mobile PA system he warned shopkeepers to “fear Allah”, while Abu Baraa, one of the organisers from Whitechapel, said Muslims who sell alcohol were “corrupting young people”.
Female protesters wearing Islamic face veils held placards saying “fear Allah! Don’t drink or sell alcohol!” and “Islam is the perfect system for all mankind”.
Ahead of today’s demo, an East London Mosque official said the rally was a publicity stunt that would “antagonise local people and business owners”.
The march was organised by The Sharia Project, a group based in Waltham Forest with members in Whitechapel, to campaign against the drinking and sale of alcohol by Muslims in east London, which it says is sinful under Islamic law.