"If 2010 is anything to go by, things will get worse rather than better. I do not see 2011 being less confrontational than 2010. And I think in the light of the many recent arrests across Europe in Sweden, Denmark, France and Belgium, this is a phenomenon that is sweeping across the whole of Europe," the Daily Star quoted Choudary, as saying.
He further said that there is a clash of civilisations taking place between those that believe in Islam and those that want a secular society.
"We can also see this in the rise of the Far Right across Europe. We are reaching a boiling point in the European community, particularly in countries like Britain with large Muslim populations," he added.
He warned that chances are very high that one of these plots could take place soon, adding that the English Defence League have already been talking about confronting extremism and marching through Muslim areas.
"I think this could be quite significant. You cannot blame the Muslims if it kicks off," he said.