Deported hate preacher gives speeches on webMarch 14th, 2012 - 1:04 am ICT by IANS
London, March 13 (IANS) A Muslim hate preacher who was deported from Britain to Jamaica has been found to be broadcasting his extremist views live over the internet.
Abdullah el-Faisal, 48, is known for recruiting over 40 fanatics whose real identities and locations are hidden from authorities by code names, The Sun reported.
Through online broadcasts six days a week, he has also urged the setting up of a network of “secret mosques” where extremist views can be voiced, the report said.
Faisal was deported from Britain after a seven-year prison sentence for soliciting murder.
In one broadcast he advocated jihad, or holy war, saying it was his followers’ duty to “conquer nations”.
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