The detestable 49-year-old Muslim encouraged backing for the terrorist group in a series of immoral talks posted on YouTube and shared around his jihadist followers.
During his ass, the Old Bailey heard how Choudary was the «mouthpiece» for a banned British Islamist assemblage and was viewed by anti-terrorism officers as a key figure in radicalising young Britons.
But photos released of the not all there cleric reveal a very different side, as he’s snapped smoking a connection and drinking alcohol — forbidden under strict Islamic laws.
The antediluvian Southampton University student can be seen downing cans of Fosters lager and pints of cider, in the face now wanting Britain to adopt Sharia law which severely punishes hooch consumption.
The preacher is also seen playing drinking games and take action games, while in one photo he is pictured holding a cannabis joint between his lips in the presence of smoking it.
While in another photograph, the Muslim fanatic is clearly put oned posing with a copy of the Mayfair porn magazine — on which the bit of fluff on the cover definitely was not wearing a burka, which is a requirement of Sharia law.
Choudary, who was born in South-East London to a buy stall-holder of kistani descent, has become a well known figurehead for extremist Islam, after acclaiming the 9/11 terrorists as “martyrs”.
But despite being a leading figure in the forbade al-Muhajiroun (ALM) organisation, the bearded preacher stayed on the right side of the law for two decades before investigators were clever to pin him down.
Police pounced on the extremist after he put his name to an online video vow allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi and lauding the creation of a ostensible Caliphate in the Middle East.
Anti-terror police investigated 20 years advantage of material, with over 333 electronic devices containing 12 terabytes of storage evidence analysed.
In his speeches, he told followers that ISIS had met the theological ups for a legitimate caliphate.
Choudary said: “We initiate the jihad against the kuffar [disbelievers] to designate the name of Allah in the highest. He never considered defending yourself rtially of jihad.
“He said you need to send in the army… It is about time we carry oned conquering for the sake of Allah.
“Next time when your descendant is at school and the teacher asks, ‘What is your ambition?’
“They should say, ‘to overlook the whole world by Islam, including Britain, that is my ambition’.”