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(Hinduism and Buddhism) the effects of a person's actions that determine his destiny in his next incarnation

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Choudary embraced radical Islamism and joined the extremist organization Al-Muhajiroun, working with Islamist militant leader Omar Bakri Muhammad.
Acting Det Chief Insp Wayne Jolley, who investigated the married dad-of-two, said a pal had told him "Butt was energised in Choudary's presence." And Mr Jolley added that according to the friend Butt was: "Like a lion out of a cage when Choudary was around."
31-year old Nazim Iftkhar Choudary born in British Wakefield city of Yorkshire in 1988.
The first official meeting of the new Northampton Borough Council this afternoon saw the new Mayor Nazim Iftkhar Choudary crowned for the city, the message said.
Choudary, 51, was freed from prison last month after being jailed for inviting support to the Islamic State.
Choudary was transferred to HMP Belmarsh in south London ahead of his release, though he reportedly spent the majority of his sentence at Frankland.
Choudary left HMP Belmarsh on Friday on li cence after serving half his five-and-a-half-year term.
Choudary was due for automatic release after reaching the halfway point of a five-and-a-half-year sentence, when time spent on remand is taken into account.
Choudary, from Ilford, east London, will be supervised under a system known as multi-agency public protection arrangements (Mappa).
Supporters of hate cleric Anjem Choudary are flogging perfume on the internet to raise cash that could be used to try to free him.
INFLUENTIAL hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been jailed for five-and-a-half years for drumming up support for Islamic State (IS).
He described Rahman as a "hothead" while Choudary was more "calculating" and the more experienced, although both were dangerous and lacking in remorse.