Almost 40 hours of video rants by hate preacher Anjem Choudary can easily be seen online, a Mirror probe found.

YouTube removed them when he was jailed in 2016 but one Google search provided 27 links.

Our investigation came as suspect Ali Harbi Ali, 25, was held under terror laws on suspicion of killing MP David Amess.

Expert Prof Imran Awan said: “Choudary’s narrative is extremely hateful. Anything that incites violence or terrorism should be illegal.”

His hatred for Britain and all that it stands for is clear to hear from the moment he takes the microphone.

Anjem Choudary mocks his country of birth, slams young British Muslims for trying to please their parents by becoming doctors and engineers and insists that on Judgment Day it is the jihadists whom God will love the most.

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The hate preacher’s vile sermons were removed by YouTube after he was jailed in 2016 for inviting support for Islamic State.

But within just minutes we were able to find nearly 40 hours of bile online. The clips were uploaded in May on to the San Francisco-based Internet Archive site by a user called sword4Allah.

Choudary, 54, is the founder of the outlawed al-Muhajiroun group and is considered one of Britain’s most dangerous radicalisers. He spews hatred of the West in impassioned tones which is clearly directed at young, disaffected Muslims living in Britain.

In one chilling speech, he calls on followers to “reject all of the MPs” and slams Muslims who go to their constituency MP for advice.

He says viewers should reject the legal and political systems of the kuffar – a derogatory Arabic term for non-Muslims – and fight to “destabilise Britain”.

Suspect Ali Harbi Ali

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In another video Choudary says: “They say they want a British Islam... an Islam devoid of sharia, an Islam devoid of jihad, an islam devoid of struggle and sacrifice – they want you to be humiliated.

“No matter how much the unbelievers hate it, our objective is to dominate the whole world… Britain by the sharia. To fly our flag over the White House, over the Kremlin and over Downing Street.”

And he rants: “Muslims these days, they go to Parliament to ask for help, but they don’t go to Allah.

“If you go to ordinary Muslims today they’ll say ‘we want to see what the law of the land says’, because they made it into an idol that they worship. They want to know what the halal and the haram [what is permissible or unlawful] is from their local MP.

“We now have a distinction between the Muslims and the kuffar. It’s now become a battle. Your father said, ‘become a doctor’, your mother said ‘become an engineer’. But the Prophet Mohammed said we need to conquer the East and the West, to have the whole world governed by the sharia.

“You will say, ‘I have a new objective in your life, which is no more to get my education and follow what my forefathers have said.”

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Online extremism expert Prof Imran Awan, of Birmingham City University, said: “Choudary’s narrative is extremely hateful.

“He hooks young people in by using the idea of victimhood. He plays on this thing that we’re the victims and the aggressor is the country we’re living in.

“The other dangerous thing is what I call the push and pull factor. If you can push people into feeling angry, having a grievance, feeling like there’s a lack of belonging, you can start working on the pull factors, are you really British, why are you speaking to your politicians?

“While the videos don’t say, ‘go and commit x, y and z’, they do it subtly. Someone could read between the lines and think, ’this is what I should be doing’.”

In another of his videos recorded the day before the anniversary of the 7/7 London Tube bombings, Choudary mocks British values.

Choudary in one of his videos

Highlighting a survey which put “hard work” and “protection of the family” as core values, he says: “What a load of rubbish. The majority of British people are unemployed. The majority of British people are unemployed... they’re all sick or on disability living allowance.

“And why are they trying to introduce same gender marriages if they’re so concerned about protection of the family?”

Choudary, who was born and grew up in London, also mocks the benefits system, saying: “They used to give income support 20 days in advance. Here, you get it two weeks in arrears. Not that I’m on jobseekers allowance. We are on jihad-seekers allowance.”

The preacher, who with his wife was receiving £25,000-a-year in benefits for his four children, then says it is right for Muslims to take money from unbelieving taxpayers.

“The normal situation really is to take money from the kuffar, isn’t it? Hopefully there’s no one from the DSS listening to this.”

Prof Awan added: “Anything that incites violence or terrorism should be illegal.

“One of the challenges is that different websites come under different jurisdictions, and the American guidance is predominantly about free speech.

“So content often stays up even though it should technically be removed.”

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Ali Harbi Ali, 25, is being held under the Terrorism Act after MP Sir David Amess, 69, was stabbed to death at a church in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex, on Friday.

Asked if he would condemn the attack on Sir David if it was political, Choudary said: “I’m not in the game of condemning or condoning, but I don’t believe it’s allowed under Islamic law.”

The preacher, who lives in East London, was jailed for five years and six months after a trial at the Old Bailey and was released in 2018. Licence conditions,which included a ban on public speaking and talking to the media, expired in July.

In a statement released by the Society of Muslim Lawyers, Choudary said: “Although I have delivered many talks and lectures over the years, there is currently no significant material to be found anywhere online due to its removal by social media companies.”

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