Radicalised chemistry teacher that was jailed for six years is released early

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Muslim teacher who plotted to flee the UK to join ISIS extremists in Syria is back roaming the streets after being freed early from jail.

Twisted -Jamshed Javeed

Evil Jamshed Javeed was jailed for six years in March 2015 after cops discovered chilling web searches for jihadis.

He was initially thought to be eligible for release in March but officials confirmed he has already been freed from prison on licence.

The Government is frantically pushing to introduce new legislation to lengthen time spent in prison for those convicted of terror offences.

It comes after Streatham knifeman Sudesh Amman stabbed two people just ten days after he was released halfway through a jail sentence for terror offences.

Javeed, who taught 11 to 16-year-olds in Bolton, planned to leave his home and pregnant wife behind to join warped ISIS jihadis in war-ravaged Syria in 2013.

But his plans were thwarted when his desperate family hid his passport after Javeed helped his younger brother make the same trip.

After he was arrested just hours before he was set to flee, cops found he had researched prominent hate clerics such as Abu Hamza and Abu Qatada.

He also searched for the jihadi group Jabhat al Nusra on the internet.

Javeed insisted he was travelling to support the people of Syria and not join the terror group when he admitted two counts of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts.

But Judge Michael Topolski QC said he “was not satisfied” the teacher had rejected “ISIS’s ultimate aims” and ruled he posed a danger to the public in the UK and abroad.

Javeed was handed an extended sentence of nine years, six of those to be served behind bars with a three year licence period afterwards.

Sentencing, the judge added: “Whether you believed you were fighting in a just cause is irrelevant. The law is clear – this was terrorism.”

The Parole Board said his case was ‘concluded’ in June last year. He has since been released.

The government currently faces a race against time to pass emergency legislation blocking another terrorist, Mohammed Zahir Khan, from automatically being released from prison.

Shopkeeper Khan, 42, boasted about chopping off the heads of enemies and called for a “year of fear” while posing with an ISIS flag.

He was jailed for only four and a half years in May 2018 for terror offences, but is one of the evil 20 jihadis due for automatic release within the next few months.

On Monday night, the government pledged that terrorists could be kept behind barsĀ even after serving their full sentence after theĀ Streatham attack.

A new law would mean offenders would only be let out if a panel of counter-terror experts deem them safe to the public.

Ministers and officials will consider the return of indeterminate sentences for terrorists as part of a review of sentencing laws announced by Justice Secretary Robert Buckland on Monday.

Separately, he announced an emergency law will be rushed through Parliament within days to end automatic early release of some 220 prisoners currently serving terror sentences.

They will only be considered for early release when they are two-thirds of the way through their sentence.