Choudary is dismissed as an “extremist, and he is certainly a provocateur who enjoys saying outrageous things and provoking an outraged reaction, but in reality, all thirteen items on his list are indeed forbidden in Islamic law. And to outlaw “insulting prophets” will mean the death of the freedom of speech, and hence of free society, for the group that is placed beyond criticism has been handed a license for tyranny: it can do whatever it wants without fear of an opposing word. Sharia does not allow for a free society.
“13 Things ‘Muslims Will Ban’ When They Take Power: Islamic Radical’s Tweet Goes Viral,” by Kyle Becker, IJ Review, July 16, 2015:
Anjem Choudary is known for stirring up controversy as the vocal Islamic scholar who supports ISIS and gets into screaming matches with conservative pundits.
The list: Alcohol, Pork, Gambling, Porn, Usury, Promiscuity, Freemixing, Gays, Cinemas, Idolatry, Insurance, Stocks/Shares, and Insulting Prophets. Many of these things are already banned in Muslim-majority countries, and some of them are offenses punishable by death.