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Anjem Choudary, the founder of the banned extremist network Choudary Led, delivers his speech at a discussion on the upcoming visit of U.S. President Barack Obama in Jakarta, Indonesia, Thursday, March 18, 2010. The leader of the Islamist group banned in Britain, praised Osama bin Laden and called the country Anjem Choudary, the founder of the banned extremist network Choudary Led, delivers his speech at a discussion on the upcoming visit of U.S. President Barack Obama in Jakarta, Indonesia, Thursday, March 18, 2010. The leader of the Islamist group banned in Britain, praised Osama bin Laden and called the country's Muslim president an apostate who was destined for hell. (AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim)  

Muslim hate preacher wants his party pics off the Internet [SLIDESHOW]

On Monday, The Sun published pictures of the radical Muslim preacher Anjem Choudary partying while in college at Southhampton University, and now he wants these pictures removed from the Internet. Little does he know that folks don’t much care what radical preachers want.

Now busy founding extremist groups, calling for Sharia in America and refusing to condemn terrorist attacks, old Choudaray used to spend his days parting it up, and here is the proof:

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  • Choudary raises a glass to all of his bros. (Photo via Reddit)
  • The Islamic extremist chugs a few beers. (Photo via Reddit)
  • The Islam4UK spokesman laughs as he reads a British adult magazine a few beers deep. (Photo via Reddit)
  • Choudary liked drinking games just as much as the next college student. (Photo via Reddit)
  • The hate preacher's picture on Wikipedia has since been changed back, but for a while at least, this Wikipedia page displayed Chaudary's college antics. (Photo via Imugur)
  • Choudary today.

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