Sinister Abdullah el-Faisal broadcasts his wicked gospel live to the UK over the internet six nights a week.
Misnomer of the month: neither Gospel nor “good news.”
His rants from 4,500 miles away in his native Jamaica are also recorded and available online.
Faisal, 48, is known to be recruiting fanatics whose real identities and locations are shielded from authorities by code names.
He also urges the setting up of a network of secret mosques where extremist views can be voiced.
Faisal is banned from Britain following his deportation after a seven-year prison sentence for soliciting murder.
Last night his rants from Jamaica “” visited last week by Prince Harry “” triggered demands for Foreign Secretary William Hague to intervene.
Among those radicalised by Faisal is English-born 7/7 bomber’s widow Samantha Lewthwaite, allegedly now wanted in Kenya over a terror plot. Faisal also has ties to notorious preachers Abu Hamza and Abu Qatada.
More than 40 of his followers have been given code names beginning with the prefix AT “” indicating his website Authentic Tawheed “” followed by a number.
In one broadcast he advocated jihad, or holy war, saying it was his followers’ duty to “conquer nations”.
Last night senior Tory MP Patrick Mercer said: “He should be closed down.”