said the traumatic experience meant she was now scared to walk through the city centre on her own.
, 48, faces trial next year accused of inviting support for Islamic State terrorists through his social media accounts.
However, the case was brought back to the Old Bailey yesterday after Choudary
had difficulty finding a suitable person to provide his surety.
, of Hampton Road, Ilford in east London, is charged with Mohammed Rahman, 32, of Sidney Street in Whitechapel, east London, who is also accused of inviting support for IS over the same dates.
has actively encouraged sympathy for the militants of the Islamic state.
was arrested last year by officers from the Metropolitan Police's counter terrorism command.
In a series of tweets after Ashiq was jailed Choudary
wrote: "Another young Muslim apparently 'radicalised' after being harassed by the MI5 and their friends - may Allah protect him.
Following the attack Choudary
tweeted: Following the attack Choudary
tweeted: "Freedom of expression does not extend to insulting the prophets of Allah, whatever your views on the events in Paris today
Benefits dad Choudary
, who revealed his kids are being privately educated, claims he'd jump at the chance to go and live under Sharia Law in Syria or Iraq.
The BBC and Sky News reported that one of the men held was Anjem Choudary
, the former head of the now banned organisation al-Muhajiroun.
has vocally expressed his hopes that Shariah Law will "take hold" in the UK.
Overseas Kashmiris, including those in the Kingdom, are concerned about the future of Kashmir, following Hindu right-wing leader Narendra Modi becoming the prime minister of India, says former Azad Kashmir Prime Minister Sultan Mahmoud Choudary
7 ( ANI ): The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) Medical Technology division, Chairman, Pavan Choudary
on Monday expressed concern about the recent misleading reports in certain sections of the media portraying Indian Drugs and Devices Regulators in poor light.
THE teenaged daughter of radical preacher Anjem Choudary
has been using Twitter to urge fanatics to wage holy war in Syria.
But one thing made me feel very patriotic last week – the images of British police officers evacuating so–called hate preacher Anjem Choudary
and his family to safety from their home in East London after they received death threats.