Muslim extremist Aysh Chaudhry works for one of the UK’s leading legal firms Clifford Chance. You would of expected an educated person in a high profile job to know better than uploading a racist 20 minute racist rant justifying his Muslim brethren massacring innocent people in France. The terrorist sympathiser denounced Western ideologies and called on his “brothers and sisters” to stand against the concept of freedom of speech that “the kuffar” embrace.
Even those Muslims that at first glance you wouldn’t consider to be radicals, often beneath the surface harbour very extremist views. The would-be solicitor preached to his YouTube audience that Islam was “superior” to Western culture. Though I find it hard to understand why he wants to live here in the free western world that he appears to hate so much instead of some 3rd world Islamic hellhole if its so great.
In his video the extremist said “Brothers and sisters, we would not be here had it not been for the fact that the kuffar had gone to our lands and killed our people and raped and pillaged our resources.” The usual Muslim excuse that justifies any act of barbarity committed.
His employers Clifford Chance said: “The views expressed in this video are personal and not those of Clifford Chance.” Maybe people turning up outside their offices protesting at them employing terrorist supporters will be the motivation they need to make it their business instead of just brushing it off as ‘personal views’
‘Killed, raped and pillaged’ UK Muslim lawyer rants at West over ‘Paris slaughter’
Aysh Chaudhry’s video rant was posted on YouTube
Aysh Chaudhry, 22, claimed the shooting and hostage-taking horror which cost 17 lives would not have happened if “kuffar” – a derogatory Arabic word for non-believers – had not waged war in the Middle East.
Chaudhry, a £40,000-a-year worker at top legal firm Clifford Chance, posted a 20-minute video rant on YouTube.
The University of London graduate accused moderate Muslims who condemned the Paris outrage of being “enslaved”.
Chaudhry apologised for his remarks yesterday after the clip was taken down from the video uploading site.
But he was slammed by an interfaith group which works to stamp out extremism.
Sam Westrop, of Stand For Peace, said: “This venomous rhetoric directed at non-Muslims should not be seen as mere political ramblings.
We would not be here had it not been for the fact that the kuffar had gone to our lands and killed our people and raped and pillaged our resources.
Aysh Chaudhry “It is the language of terror.”
He accused Chaudhry of mirroring fanatics who murdered soldier Lee Rigby in London by using “claims of victim-hood in foreign lands” to justify violence.
Ukip MEP Gerard Batten added: “He is making excuses for religiously-motivated killers.
“Whatever he thinks, there cannot be any justification for what happened in Paris.”
Chaudhry, who lives with his parents in Waltham Forest, East London, launched the outburst two days after the Paris attacks.
In a mixture of English and Arabic, he said: “We would not be here had it not been for the fact that the kuffar had gone to our lands and killed our people and raped and pillaged our resources.”
In his apology, he said he wanted to stimulate “intellectual debate”.
“I would never support or condone violence,” he added.
Clifford Chance said: “The views expressed in this video are personal and not those of Clifford Chance.”