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Controversial preacher Anjem Choudary, who is awaiting trial accused of inviting support for the terror group Islamic State, is being released from custody - reported the SkyNews.
Choudary 48, has been on remand at Belmarsh high security prison in London since being charged on 5 August.
The East London-based activist appeared by video link at an Old Bailey hearing before Judge Mr Justice Saunders.
It is alleged that Choudary committed an offence related to Islamic State's status as a "proscribed terrorist organisation" - support for the group is banned in the UK.
He is charged with Mohammed Rahman, 32, of Whitechapel, east London, who is also accused of inviting support for IS.
Rahman, who has also been on remand since his arrest, appeared alongside Choudary at the same hearing and was also granted bail.
The charges both men face relate to their alleged activities between 29 June 2014 and 6 March this year.