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By day, at heart of counter-terror policing. And by night, preacher of extremism
The Government watchdog which inspects police forces' readiness for terrorism admitted that it employed one of Britain's most notorious Islamic extremists.
For almost two years Abdullah al Andalusi, led a double life, the Telegraph can reveal.
By night, he taught that the terror group Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) was "no different to Western armies," said that "kaffirs," non-Muslims, would be "punished in hell" and claimed that the British government wanted to destroy Islam.
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