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Hate preacher Anjem Choudary's banned terror group 'has revived since he was released from jail last year and is holding meetings again' Father-of-five Anjem Choudary, 52, is back in his family home in east London  Masterminded Islamist extremist network which helped radicalise terrorists  Counter Extremism Project say decision to give him parole should be reviewed Non-governmental monitoring organisation says his network has 'restarted' 

By Tom Kelly Investigations Editor For The Daily Mail

Published: 22:01 BST, 20 October 2019 | Updated: 09:13 BST, 21 October 2019

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Hate preacher Anjem Choudary is inspiring his network of extremists and poses a renewed terror threat a year after he left jail, an analysis by experts has warned.

The firebrand cleric’s release has reinvigorated his outlawed jihadist group al-Muhajiroun, they found.

The ‘unrepentant’ father of five is back in his family home in east London where he previously masterminded the Islamist extremist network which helped radicalise terrorists, including London Bridge attack ringleader Khuram Butt, and Michael Adebolajo and Michael Adebowale, who murdered soldier Lee Rigby.

Anjem Choudary, 52, speaking at a protest outside London Central Mosque near Regent's Park in 2011

Anjem Choudary, 52, speaking at a protest outside London Central Mosque near Regent's Park in 2011 

Experts from the Counter Extremism Project (CEP) say the decision to give Choudary, 52, parole should be reviewed in light of the findings, which they say show he is a threat to national security.

A study by the non-governmental monitoring organisation says his extremist network is understood to have restarted meetings. ‘Choudary remains a dangerous and influential figure,’ it says.

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It also shines new light on Choudary’s influence on outrages around the globe, profiling a network of 110 extremist individuals and 33 organisations associated with him. Of the

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