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A convicted terrorist in London has been released halfway through his sentence – and despite being deemed “the highest risk to the public”, it seems that the public is just going to have to deal with it. Filled with hate? Check. Convicted of involvement in the July 21, 2005 bombings in London? Check. Graded highest possible risk to the public? Check. But there’s one more check that Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali is getting – from the British taxpayers. Released early, he is now living in a bail hostel and getting welfare handouts funded by taxpayer money – on a quiet residential street in the British capital, among the very people he and his terrorist cohorts were planning to kill. In a move that has caused outrage in the nation, activist lawyers have prevented Mr. Ali from being deported back to his native Eritrea – because, supposedly, his human rights would be violated there.