A children's sweet store called Yummy Yummy in London is distributing leaflets that portray disturbing images of women and children who are suffering and grieving, in a bid to advertise to parents and children to attend a conference next month that will assert it is 'Time for Islamic Revolution'.
The sweet store has been established and is overseen by Yazdani Chaudhary, the elder brother of Anjem Chaudhary who is linked to Islam outfits such as Women4Shariah, Muslim Prisoners and Islamic Revolution, Express.co.uk reports.
According to the report, Women4Shariah has also gained popularity on Facebook as a page on the social website enlists comments made about the slaying of British soldier Drummer Lee Rigby in a brutal attack in Woolwich.
A statement was posted on the Facebook page within 24 hours of Rigby's murder that said Muslims should not play the victim and the real terrorist is the British and its foreign policy and they should apologize to the British people. It also said that since the British took the war to Muslim lands, Iraq, Afghanistan and Mali, so the leaders are to blame for the repercussions the British people are facing.
The director of an IT company, Yazdani had received almost 1million pound of Government Learn Direct contracts and had hired a convicted terrorist fundraiser two years ago to help his other graphic design business activities at the property he had bought in New Road.
The report said that the property consisted of a printing shop and space in the basement for Anjem's teaching operation called the Centre for Islamic Services, adding that Home
Secretary Theresa May banned Anjem's Muslims Against Crusades organization when the building was raided by police in November 2011.
However, Home Affairs Committee Keith Vaz said that banning organizations like Muslims Against Crusades and its predecessor Al Muhajiroun, of which one of Woolwich's murder suspects Michael Adebolajo was a member, is 'not enough' because they simply reform under new 'front' names.
Anjem, meanwhile said that he had no idea that suspect Adebolajo had apparently been approached by MI5 six months ago.