Terrorist freed from jail early after plotting to blow up transatlantic planes caught ‘trying to get to Syria’

A terrorist freed early from jail after plotting to blow up transatlantic planes has admitted trying to sneak out of Britain on a fake passport.

Nabeel Hussain, 30, who was convicted in 2009 for his part in a suicide mission to blow up seven passenger jets with liquid explosives disguised as soft drinks, was arrested at Stansted on September 23 as he tried to board a plane to Turkey.

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