Anjem Choudary, a jihad preacher whose followers have mounted several jihad terror attacks in Britain, can speak in public again. The Evening Standard reported Sunday that Choudary has been “subject to licence conditions” ever since he was released from prison in 2018, but they’ve now been lifted. Choudary was in prison in the first place for working to convince Muslims to support the Islamic State jihad terrorist group, which he himself asked to be released in order to join. He also called for the murder of Pamela Geller on national television, solely for the crime of defending the freedom of speech, to which Britain is ostensibly committed. Now he is free once again to resume his jihad in Britain. What could possibly go wrong?