UK radical preacher on IS charges jailed over bail breach

British muslim cleric Anjem Choudary speaks during a rally calling for muslims to refrain from voting in the 2015 general election outside the Regents Park mosque in London on April 3, 2015British radical preacher Anjem Choudary, who faces charges for inviting support for the Islamic State group through social media, returned to jail on Friday after breaking his bail terms, according to court authorities. The 48-year-old Choudary, who has been frequently interviewed by British and US media on his views on Islam and the Middle East, was arrested in August but was granted bail on September 4, pending a trial to be held in January. On granting bail, judge John Saunders set out 10 strict conditions, including not using electronic devices and non-association with certain people.

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