Islamists raise fears of violent 'clash of cultures' in Europe
His message is one that echoes across Europe, which experts say is home to thousands of people who would wholeheartedly support Choudary's "ultimate objective" — the "domination of the world by Islam."
[quote]..."It's a mathematical certainty there will be a successful attack in Europe at some point," he told msnbc.com. "The amount of attempted plots we see is not decreasing. I think what we have seen is a ... strengthening of attempted attacks that in some cases have come pretty close."
Le Beau, who cautioned that putting a figure on the number of Islamists was a "soft science," estimated there were between 5,000 and 10,000 people in Europe "willing to engage in violence
Anjem Choudary, center, achieved notoriety in Britain after announcing an Islamist parade through the town of Wootton Bassett,
where local people have taken to lining the
streets to pay respects to dead soldiers
as they return home through a nearby air force base.