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Through his organisations, Muslim4UK and Al-Muhajiroun (ALM), he acted as a spiritual guide for extremists, promoting an ideology of hate which defended terrorist atrocities.The father-of-five, of Hampton Road, Ilford, Essex, and Rahman, of Newbold Cottages, Sidney Street, Whitechapel, east London, both denied inviting support for a proscribed terrorist organisation but were convicted by an Old Bailey jury after a trial.Commander Dean Haydon said Choudary was "very clever" in his public pronouncements, Tweets, and You Tube speeches, making sure to stay just within the law."The oath was the key piece of evidence that took him over a line to a criminal offence", he said."You were perfectly content with that consequence of your words."It is very likely a significant proportion of those who listened would be impressionable, people looking to you for guidance on how to act and ready to do what you said was necessary." Choudary's lieutenant, Mohammad Mizanur Rahman, 33, was convicted alongside him and also received a five-and-a-half-year prison term.
"You knowingly crossed the line between legitimate expression of your own views and criminal acts of inviting support for an organisation which was at the time engaged in appalling acts of terrorism." He said the evidence proved both men are "strongly supportive of ISIS", telling them: "You are free to hold and express personal views but the right of freedom of expression is not absolute." The judge said both men gave speeches to "impressionable" audiences, pointing out: "None of your many speeches contains any criticism by either or you of any of the violent acts of ISIS and its supporters.There will also be prayer recitals before take-off.“We are the first Malaysian airline to be shariah-compliant based on guidelines by relevant authorities.We are proud of this,” Jaffar was quoted as saying by newspaper.“The shariah-compliant aspects will be refined as time goes by,” he added using the Arabic word for Islamic law.So all the old material will be left here for archival purposes, with comments turned off.Malaysia’s first Islamic-compliant airline Rayani Air began operations Sunday with its maiden flight taking off from the capital to the resort island of Langkawi, local media reported.