Mail Online can reveal that three Islamist terrorists in jail could soon be back on the streets after they were referred to the Parole board.

All three are followers of Anjem Choudary who inspired many terrorists and plots over the past two decades.

One terrorist plotted to kill a British soldier, and another planned to bomb major shopping centres.

Heathrow detained a third person who tried to reach Syria to join Islamic State.

Parvis Khan, 50, from Birmingham, was the ringleader of a group which plotted to kidnap and behead a British soldier in 2008

Parvis Khan (50) from Birmingham was the leader of a group who plotted to kidnap a British soldier and behead him in 2008.

Parviz Khan (50), the leader of a gang which plotted to kidnap a British soldier and behead him, is one of three men who will be released.

His gang was later reported to be inspired by Choudary’s al-Muhajiroun network. Khan, a Birmingham native, was told in 2008 that he must serve a minimum 13 years, taking into account the time awaiting trial. He will be appearing before the Parole Board in a few months.

CCTV still of Khan at a UK airport, walking past a scanner after checking in on a flight to Pakistan

CCTV still of Khan walking past a scanner at an airport in the UK after checking in for a flight from Pakistan.

Judge Mr Justice Henriques, left the court in no doubt about how dangerous Khan was to him.

He told him at Leicester crown court, said: ‘You have been described by the Crown as a man who has the most violent and extreme Islamist views and as a fanatic.

‘Having studied over the last month [the covert recordings]I accept this description of you without hesitation.

‘You not only plotted to kill a soldier, but you intended to film a most brutal killing.’

Khan was accused of trying to discourage Muslims from joining the British Army.

‘This was not only a plot to kill a soldier but a plot to undermine the morale of the British Army and inhibit recruitment,’ he said.

‘It’s plain that you were absolutely serious and determined to bring this plot to fruition.’

Jawad Akbar, 36, from Crawley, West Sussex, plannned a series of fertiliser bomb attacks in nighclubs and shopping malls in 2007, including Bluewater in Kent

Jawad Akbar (36), from Crawley in West Sussex, planned a series fertiliser bomb attacks at nighclubs, shopping malls, and other locations in 2007. Bluewater was also included.

Jawad Akbar, 36-year-old from Crawley (West Sussex), was another Choudary disciple that plotted to bomb British shopping centers.

In 2007, he was imprisoned for his role in planning to bomb Britain’s domestic gas network and fertiliser bomb attacks at shopping malls.

Police found 600kg of ammonium-nitrate that was intended for bombs hidden in a storage area. They later discovered that Akbar had been radicalised by Choudary’s Al-Muhajiroun terror organization.

Akbar’s Parole Board case is likely to be heard before Christmas.

A young Muslim jihadist convicted of trying to join Islamic State Syria to fulfill his ambition of becoming martyred is also awaiting release.

Zakariya Ashiq, 26, from Coventry, searched for phrases such as 'IS beheading journalist' and '44 ways to support Jihad' before making a failed journey to join IS in 2015

Zakariya Ashiq, 26, a Coventry native, searched for phrases such “IS beheading journalists” and “44 ways to support Jihad” before embarking on a failed attempt to join IS in 2015.

Zakariya Ashiq (26 years old), from Coventry was found guilty of two counts of preparing acts terrorism in 2015.

WhatsApp messages revealed his extremist sympathies. In one he wrote: ‘There is no life, there’s no life without jihad.’

Cops later told how he searched on his computer for phrases such as ‘IS beheading journalist’ and ‘44 ways to support jihad’ and speeches made by preacher Choudary.

After traveling overland to Jordan, but failing to enter Syria, he was returned to Heathrow Airport and arrested. He told officers he would ‘swim the English Channel’ to reach the IS ‘caliphate’.

The court heard he was a ‘Walter Mitty’ character and was sentenced to six years jail.

He was then released on a licence, but he was recalled to jail and is now awaiting a review from the Parole Board.

All three convicts were reportedly influenced by hate preacher Anjem Choudary, 54, who is estimated to have inspired 100 British citizens to attempt terrorist attacks, according to anti-racist group Hope Not Hate

According to Hope Not Hate, Anjem Choudary 54, who is believed to be a hate preacher, all three convicts were influenced by him. He is said to have inspired 100 British citizens, including 100, to try terrorist attacks.

A spokesperson for Parole board confirmed that the cases of all three prisoners had been referred. Each prisoner will be taken before the parole board to make a bid for freedom.

Last night Chris Phillips, the UK’s former counter terror lead, warned: ‘Choudary remains a very dangerous individual.’

Last week, reports claimed Choudary had attacked social media firms for failing to protect his life from death threats, after years of cheerleading for Jihadi causes.

Over the past two decades, he has inspired many terrorists and 15 plots.

But the shameless rabblerouser is now demanding the ‘same protection from threats as the Queen or Prime Minister’ after being threatened online.

After the murder of Sir David Amess (Tory MP) on October 15, MPs have redoubled their efforts to end online hate.

But Choudary, 54, moaned: ‘There are a lot of threats against my life on the internet.

‘We could collect them all and send them to Keir Starmer and Boris Johnson and see what they do about it — or are we not really citizens?

‘The laws they are talking about are for politicians and non-Muslims, they are not talking about the far-right.’

The hypocritical outburst was triggered by the revelation that 40 hours of his vile videos rants are still online.

Anti-racism group Hope Not Hate estimates Choudary ‘influenced and inspired over 100 Brits to carry out or attempt to carry out terrorism attacks’.

Fishmongers’ Hall killer Usman Khan was an ex-follower of Choudary — and even had his number stored in his phone.