Notorious Australian terrorist released from jail
One of Australia's most notorious terrorists is now a free man after completing a 12-year sentence for preparing a terrorist attack instructional manual.
Bilal Khazal from Sydney's southwest served nine years at Goulburn Supermax jail before being released from Silverwater Correctional Centre on Sunday.
The former baggage handler was convicted in 2009 for creating a manual which instructed terrorists about the ways to fight infidels.
It discussed assassination methods, including remote detonation of a device, letters containing biological hazards and booby tapping a car with an explosive device.
He had previously worked for Qantas but stopped in 1999. After this he worked as an unpaid journalist named "Call to Islam".
Originally published as Notorious Australian terrorist released from jail