TWO terror fanatics have been released on to our streets — and three more will follow in weeks.
One jihadi already out of jail is Moinul Abedin, Britain’s first al-Qaeda inspired bomber.
It comes despite the UK threat level being raised to “severe” this month and arrests for terror-related offences at a ten-year low.
Abedin, 45, was freed from a 20-year term imposed in 2012 after police found bomb-making gear at his home.
And Shazib Khan, 27, was released after serving half an eight-year term for trying to go to Syria to join IS.
Jihadist plotter Yusuf Sarwar, 28, who did go, is set to apply for release next month.