- Anthony Small, 36, 'urged Muslims to carry out attacks in the name of Islam'
- He told them to purchase handguns and shoot 'the sons of monkey's peoples'
- The former boxer's alleged seven and a half minute rant was posted on YouTube
- He denies one count of encouraging terrorism. The trial continues
A former boxing champion encouraged Muslims to purchase handguns and shoot 'the sons of monkey peoples', a jury heard.
Anthony Small, 36, of Camberwell, south London, took to YouTube to tell Muslims to hijack cars and carry out terror attacks in the name of Islam, the Old Bailey was told.
In an alleged seven and a half minute rant including references to multinationals like Burger King and McDonalds, he said the choice was 'either to accept the flame grilled burger, or we are going to flame grill you from the sky'.
Small, who once appeared on a BBC Two documentary called Muslim's Like US, claimed he wished to see a day when 'tyrants' are removed and 'we see a day when the Muwahideen then go to conquer the White House all the way in America and Ten Downing Street', prosecutors said.
Anthony Small (left) and in the ring in March 2010) 'took to YouTube to tell Muslims to hijack cars and carry out terror attacks in the name of Islam'
The video, posted on YouTube on 12 September was titled 'Eid message: too many hajjis not enough muwahideed', a jury heard.
Small, also known as Abdul Haqq, became British and Commonwealth light middleweight champion in 2009, but quit the ring a year later because it clashed with his religious beliefs.
He starred in the BBC documentary in 2016 alongside a number of other British muslims from different backgrounds, filmed as they lived together in the same house for a period of time.
On his channel Small describes himself as a 'former professional champion boxer who now works to take mankind out of the oppression of democracy & liberating them with Islam/shariah'.
He once appeared on a BBC2 programme 'Muslims Like Us' (pictured) which featured a number of British muslims from different backgrounds, filmed as they lived together in the same house for a period of time.
Karen Robinson, prosecuting, said: 'On 12 September 2016 he published on his YouTube channel a video which he spoke directly to the camera and implored Muslims to take violent action against the West.
'The prosecution say that the defendant's words were chosen carefully and knew full well their meaning and their meaning in the context by which they were delivered by him.
'The general translation of that word - muwahideen, the plural of muwahhid - is those who practice true monotheism, the belief that there is only one God.
'However, the term is also used by Islamic terrorist groups (and their supporters) primarily those who stress that they are waging violent jihad to create a world ruled solely by the Sharia.
Small, pictured arriving at court at an earlier hearing, left, and at a pre fight press conference, allegedly posted the seven and a half minute rant on YouTube
'He is a former professional boxer who has held both British and Commonwealth titles.
'The defendant makes a clear call to action against the West, he says the choice is either to accept the flame grilled burger or we are going to flame grill you from the sky.
'He was making a clear call to action to his fellow Muslims.
'The defendant references that in this holy land, Muslims will see signs of commercialisation i.e. McDonalds, Coca Cola, Starbucks and the Hilton hotel and that this is an indication of the US and Israel's control over them and Saudi Arabia.'
In the video, shown to the jury today Small said: 'You think to yourself the one with a bit of insight the one with a bit of basira is going to say who is really controlling this place?
'Who is making, really making money off all these haji sahabs? Who is making money from all the plane tickets? Who is in control? Indication that America and their puppet masters the Israelis are in control of them tyrant sell out apostate Saudi leaders, is in the McDonalds sign you see the Starbuck sign you see, the Coca Cola sign everywhere.
'What is great in number three million Muslims in one place.
'Forget occupy Wall Street occupy St Paul's Cathedral or any of the Arab uprisings. Three million Muslims saying we are going nowhere until these tyrant apostate rulers are removed along with their Starbucks and their McDonalds, the Hilton hotel as well.
'I am not calling for you to boycott Starbucks or McDonalds instead buy Israeli made Desert Eagles cock them back and let them go in the sons of monkeys peoples.
'In matter of fact hijack an American made Humvee and stick a black flag over the USA eagle.
'So soon there will be no more airstrikes in the name of democracy, while they drop bombs that are lethal instead it will be us coming to them with Islam and the Sharia and teach them there is no interfaith because tawheed and shirk will never be equal'.
Small once appeared on a BBC 2 programme 'Muslims Like Us' under a different name, a court heard.
He has a 'certain level of media presence' and in previous YouTube videos refused to condemn the actions of terrorist Osama Bin Laden, the Old Bailey heard.
Following his arrest police found the video on a tablet and also seized two smart phones which contained an 12-track album of audio lectures calling for jihad.
'In December 2016 he appeared on a BBC 2 programme called 'Muslims like us' using the name Abdul Haqq in which a number of British muslims from different backgrounds were filmed as they lived together in the same house for a period of time. He is someone therefore with a certain level of media presence.'
She added: 'In a video entitled 'how Mohammed Ali influenced me' he said they (the West) celebrated and danced on the White House lawn on the news of the passing of Sheikh Osama Bin Laden.
'He too was an individual who stuck up for weak and oppressed people, he stood by what he believed in and sacrificed what he believed in. '
She added: 'He (Small) refused to condemn a man who was complicit in some of the most serious terrorist attacks in the world.'
Small beat Matthew Hall in 2009 at the Manchester MEN arena to win the British and Commonwealth light middleweight titles.
He successfully defended his titles once, but was beaten by Sam Webb in Dagenham, east London, in 2010.
Small won 23 of his 25 professional bouts before retiring, 16 of them by knockout.
He denies one count of encouraging terrorism on 12 September 2016.
The trial continues.