After Slap on Wrists, Radical Muslim Leaders Back on Britain’s Streets

MI5 terror alert as five jihadi leaders linked to the London Bridge attack are set to be let out of jail by the end of the year – after serving less than half of a paltry five-and-half-year sentence for promoting IS. Up to 80 of the 193 people convicted of terrorism offences between 2007 and 2016 will be eligible for release this year – a situation described as a ‘concern’ by Home Office Minister Ben Wallace. One of the extremists, Anjem Choudary, is suspected of inspiring at least 100 British jihadis. Choudary will be put under curfew, but the other four jihadis will have no restrictions placed upon them.
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