Radical cleric lists what will be outlawed under Sharia; ‘bummer recruitment message’ stirs crazy snark

As it turns out, Shariah law doesn’t look that fun.

A London-based radical Islamic cleric took to Twitter to get people excited about his dream for a world ruled by Shariah law, but ended up giving social media a long list of reasons to avoid radical Islam altogether.

According to Anjem Choudary, the time is fast approaching when Islam will rule the world, and it is the job of “true believers” to make it happen.

Of course, he was quick to point out that there is still a lot of work to do, a lot of countries to overrun, and a lot of freedoms to wipe out before that day comes.

It must be hard listing all the countries that aren’t Islamic in 140 characters or less.

Bracing his followers for the limitations of Shariah, Choudary explained that radical Islam is “superior” to any other way of life.

When Choudary describes communism as being “decadent,” it’s pretty obvious what’s coming next isn’t going to thrill too many people.

Social media users didn’t seem too excited about the prospect of outlawing half of the Western world’s weekend activities, and the backlash was brutal. (And probably outlawed by Shariah.)


Choudary is probably adding “Twitter” and “sarcasm” to the list right now.


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