'Claim jobseeker's allowance and plan holy war': Hate preacher pocketing 25,000 a year in benefits calls on fanatics to live off the stateAnjem Choudary called benefits 'Jihadseeker's allowance'The extremist told followers they must hate democracy and freedomAlso listed bizarre sharia laws, including 'not riding cats and sheep' By Daily Mail Reporter PUBLISHED: 11:22 GMT, 17 February 2013 | UPDATED: 13:21 GMT, 17 February 2013 Anjem Choudary has been recorded telling followers to claim benefits as part of their struggle to bring sharia law to the UK A controversial Muslim cleric who lives off benefits is urging his followers to also sponge off UK taxpayers by claiming their 'Jihadseeker's allowance'. Anjem Choudary, who in the past has planned to disrupt the minute's silence on Remembrance Sunday, also openly mocked hard-working Britons, calling them 'slaves'. The Sun newspaper secretly filmed him saying Islam will overrun Europe, David Cameron and Barack Obama should be killed and calling the Queen 'ugly'.
Channel 4 refuses to respond to viewers' outcry and repeats its obscene quizComedy panel show featured vile sexual slurs minutes after 9pm watershedTelevision watchdog received at least 140 complaints about quiz's contentOfcom under pressure to investigate why programme aired during holidaysBoth Channel 4 and members of the board have so far refused to comment last night despite hundreds of complaints about its vile jokes. The panel show, presented by Jimmy Carr, caused outrage when it was first shown on Sunday. It featured comedian Jack Whitehall and actor James Corden apparently getting drunk as they made lewd jokes about the Queen, Barack Obama, Usain Bolt and Susan Boyle.
The coolest Gangnam tribute in the world! Chinese ice sculpture looks just like YouTube rapper Psy | UPDATED: 16:39 GMT, 27 December 2012 He has created the first video to become a YouTube blockbuster – reaching one billion views with his Gangnam Style dance sensation. Now South Korean rapper PSY may have another 'first' accolade to his name. The rapper has been carved out of snow and made into a giant winter sculpture in Harbin, Heilongjiang, in China
Gangam Style becomes first video to reach ONE BILLION views on YouTube five months after it was uploaded Gangnam Style has now been watched one billion times on YouTubeThe smash hit has overtaken Justin Bieber's Baby as the website's most-viewed video PUBLISHED: 18:10 GMT, 21 December 2012 | UPDATED: 18:58 GMT, 21 December 2012 Pop sensation: South Korean rapper Psy's video for his global hit Gangnam Style has become the first to reach one billion views on YouTube South Korean pop sensation Gangnam Style has become the first video to reach one billion views on YouTube. The video by pop star PSY was uploaded in July, and shows the singer making fun of the extravagant lifestyle of the residents of Gangnam, the neighbourhood where he grew up in the capital, Seoul.
Obama WILL back tough new gun laws: President says he now supports bill to ban assault rifles as NRA breaks its silence over Sandy Hook school massacre President Obama to do everything within his power to support reinstating ban on assault weapons Democrat Senator Dianne Feinstein will propose bill on the first day of the next Congress in JanuaryA 10-year federal ban on sale of assault weapons expired in 2004 and was never renewed Obama had said he would push for renewal in his first term, but it never materializedThe NRA has broken it's silence and said it will make a 'meaningful' announcement on Friday to 'make sure this doesn't happen again' | UPDATED: 22:41 GMT, 18 December 2012 The White House has given its clearest indication yet that President Obama will do everything in his power to reinstate a ban on assault weapons following Friday's horrific massacre at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Connecticut. After keeping relatively quiet about gun control during his first term, the President is now poised to push for new gun control measures. Obama has long backed such a ban, but the White House has said the president can't act alone and until now there has been little appetite in Congress to enact new gun laws
Obama flies in to console grieving relatives and attend vigil amid calls for gun curbs Met privately with families of the 26 victims and with emergency crewsCall for 'meaningful action' in wake of shootings reignited gun law debateFourth time he has visited a community still grieving from a mass shooting | UPDATED: 01:00 GMT, 17 December 2012 Barack Obama flew in last night to console grieving parents in the Sandy Hook massacre as demands grew for tighter gun controls in the United States. Mr Obama was also planning to attend an evening vigil to mourn with the shellshocked community in Newtown. He met privately with families of the 26 victims and with emergency crews who responded to the shootings before speaking at an interfaith service at the town’s high school
You tweet, Boris! Mayor's 'dad dancing' tops Twitter's 2012 highlights in year dominated by sport Microblogging site publishes its Year On Twitter review for 2012Most tweeted moments dominated by Olympics, Euro 2012 and X FactorBarack Obama's 'Four more years' message is most retweeted worldwide | UPDATED: 00:11 GMT, 12 December 2012 What was the most talked about event of this year Barack Obama being re-elected Perhaps it was the Queen’s Diamond Jubilee river pageant Nope.
Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas given hero's welcome as he returns to West Bank after gaining acceptance for his people from the UN | UPDATED: 17:11 GMT, 3 December 2012 Thousands of cheering supporters turned out to welcome Palestinian president Mahmoud Abbas back to the West Bank after his people were handed acceptance to the United Nations. An Israeli decision to cut off a cash transfer to the financially troubled Palestinian Authority, following an earlier decision to build thousands of new homes in Jewish settlements, failed to put a damper on the celebrations. But Palestinian officials acknowledged they were undecided on what to do with their newfound status, and were waiting for upcoming Israeli elections and new ideas from President Barack Obama before deciding how to proceed.
'Royalbaby!' trends worldwide as Prime Minister kicks off frenzy of Twitter tributes within minutes of announcement David Cameron tweets that royal couple 'will make wonderful parents' Ed Miliband follows saying: 'The whole country will be thrilled' President Obama offered his family's congratulations via his daily Whitehouse briefing Baby has its own Twitter account and gets 500 followers in five minutes Business heads Lord Sugar and Richard Branson also ecstatic about the first born Kim Kardashian leads celebrity charge with 'awww so cute!' message PUBLISHED: 19:47 GMT, 3 December 2012 | UPDATED: 23:38 GMT, 3 December 2012 Within seconds of Prince William and Kate's happy announcement the couple were trending on Twitter – and drawing congratulations from the prime minister, the US president and of course Kim Kardashian.