British-born Mizanur Rahman, 31, accused Home Secretary Theresa May of 'playing with fire' by planning to introduce new 'anti-social behaviour orders' for Muslim extremists.Rahman was one of nine Muslim extremists (including Anjem Choudary) who were arrested recently, but later released on bail.
But Mr Rahman said moves to silence activists could encourage terror acts in the UK like the murder of soldier Lee Rigby by Islamic converts Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale last year.
Mr Rahman, jailed for four years in 2007 for encouraging the murder of American troops in Afghanistan and Iraq, gave the chilling warning in an interview with internet radio station FUBAR.
He said: "Theresa May is playing with fire because the fact is people like me who are willing to speak out regardless of the consequences are few.
"Other people will look to me and say they don't want their house to be raided and to have a voice they will have to use other means.
"Rather they will take their own actions, like Michael Adebolajo, for example.
"The British police are saying that kind of attack is likely to happen again, and the threat level keeps rising.
"It certainly looks like it is going that way, and things like this announcement doesn't help, it makes things worse."
And they have no fear of the law, since they claim they are not breaking any.
Still have no clue why these people are still allowed to walk the streets of England, and most, no doubt, on the dole.