Britain’s most high-profile Islamist cleric charged with IS support

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Activist Anjem Choudary leaves London Central Mosque after speaking at a rally calling for British Muslims not to vote as part of the Stay Muslim Don't Vote campaign in London on April 3, 2015. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

Activist Anjem Choudary leaves London Central Mosque after speaking at a rally calling for British Muslims not to vote as part of the Stay Muslim Don't Vote campaign in London on April 3, 2015. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Suzanne Plunkett

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LONDON, Aug 5 (Reuters) Anjem Choudary, well-known for praising the Sept. 11 attacks, was accused of using lectures published online to encourage Islamic State support.