Anjem Choudary, Radical Islamist Preacher, Is Freed in Britain, but Under Strict Controls

By Ceylan Yeginsu

“Those convicted of terrorism-related offenses should not be eligible for automatic early release,” a report on Mr. Choudary’s probation by the Henry Jackson Society, a neoconservative think tank in Britain, concluded. “Procedures need to be in place whereby the risk an individual poses is assessed before parole is granted.”

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