According to the survey, a third of the terrorists go free after less than 16 months. The survey has warned that Britain is now a ‘hub for the development of terrorists’.
The survey conducted by the Henry Jackson Society, studied 138 Islamic terror convictions from 1999-2010. It found 54 per cent resulted in sentences of between one and nine years - and those defendants spent a maximum of three-and-a-half years in jail.
Mohammed Kabashi, who got nine years for helping the failed 21/7 bombers but served just two years and three months,
Hassan Tabakh got seven years for having bomb-making equipment, but was freed after less than three years.
“What''s [sic] most worrying is how little de-radicalisation can happen in this time. The question remains, will they return to terrorist activities once released,” Expert Hannah Stuart was quoted as saying....
The Ministry of Justice said all terror convicts were subject to Multi-Agency Public Protection Arrangements and monitored by the police, probation and security services.