Either charge him or repeal the law...
And,t his man now preaches at Community Centres in the UK...
An associate of the jailed preacher Abu Hamza has praised the July 7 bombers and defended suicide attacks against Britons.
Abu Abdullah, 42, insisted it was justified to attack Western targets, adding he would 'love' to kill British soldiers in Afghanistan himself.
His comments will embarrass Tony Blair, who brought in laws banning the glorification of terrorism in the wake of last year's London bombings.
Despite legislation being introduced in March, no one has yet been charged for inciting extremism.
Abdullah is a former spokesman for Hamza, who was jailed for seven years for urging his followers to murder non-Muslims.
He is now the self-styled leader of the Supporters of Sharia, a fundamentalist group formed at Finsbury Park Mosque in North London.
The married father of four, who was born and grew up in Britain, has been barred from preaching at most mosques but continues to speak at low-key venues such as community centres.
Abdullah, real name Attila Ahmet, described the July 7 bombings - in which 52 bus and Tube passengers were murdered - as a 'wake-up call'.
He said: "I wasn't against them. We don't celebrate each other but these are my honourable brothers in Islam. Sometimes the innocent have to pay the price. Of course it is solving things."
He claimed suicide attacks were a legitimate way for Muslims to attack the UK, adding: "The martyr that goes amongst his enemies is going to shield his people.
"He doesn't have weapons of mass destruction, he only has household chemicals. the West is escalating the killing of Muslims (in the Middle East and Afghanistan). We have a right to defend ourselves.
"'If I had the means to go back (to Afghanistan) and kill an American or british soldier then I would love to do so."
Abdullah went on to say that the Prime Minister would remain a terrorist target unless his Government changed its foreign policies.
He said: "Those who are fighting Islam are targets - Tony Blair, the Army, the police."
He backed 'absolutely' the views of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, the Iranian president who has called for Israel to be wiped off the map, adding: "I don't recognise Israel. They (the Jews) are a treacherous people."