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Standing casually next to unsuspecting commuters, this is freed 21/7 terrorist Siraj Yassin Abdullah Ali as he waits to get on a bus.
The high-risk Al Qaeda fanatic, who helped five would-be bombers in their attempt to kill hundreds on London’s transport network, travelled a few stops before wandering into a Tube station.
Ali has been released after just half his nine-year sentence, but cannot be deported because it would breach his human rights.
The 35-year-old foster brother of 21/7 bomber Yassin Omar is also best friends with ringleader Muktar Said Ibrahim. He knew about the planned carnage and helped the would-be suicide bombers clear up their explosives factory.
Yet despite his involvement in the failed plot – two weeks after 52 people were murdered in the 7/7 attacks – Ali has been allowed to stay in the country and is living in a bail hostel on a residential street.
The Sunday Mirror tracked him down to his North London residence and watched as he strolled around amid the very commuters his pals were plotting to murder.
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