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  • Fatima Peer-Mohamed

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: March 2017Offence: Disseminating a terrorist publication

    Peer-Mohamed, who is from Sheffield, was jailed for 20 months after posting IS propaganda material on the internet.

  • Samata Ullah

    Age when convicted: 34Date of conviction: March 2017Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism, membership of a proscribed organisation, terrorist training, possessing terrorist document or article

    An unemployed man from Cardiff who admitted being a member of Islamic State. He stored masses of extremist material in a James-Bond style USB. Metropolitan Police Counter Terrorism Commander Dean Haydon said: "Just because Ullah's activity was in the virtual world we never underestimated how dangerous his activity was."

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  • Mary Kaya

    Age when convicted: 57Date of conviction: March 2017Offence: Disseminating a terrorist publication

    A woman from Batley, West Yorkshire who retweeted a speech by IS leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

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  • Mohanned Jasim

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: February 2017Offence: Encouraging terrorism

    A West London man who was jailed for two years after he admitted using social media to encourage terrorism. The Old Bailey heard how Jasim and Mohammed Mayow were stopped at Dover trying to leave the UK.

    Terror offenders Mohammed Mayow and Mohanned Jasim jailed
  • Mohammed Mayow

    Age when convicted: 23Date of conviction: February 2017Offence: Disseminating a terrorist publication

    A West London man who was jailed for five years and two months after he admitted six counts of disseminating a terrorist publication. The Old Bailey heard how Mayow and Mohanned Jasim were stopped at Dover trying to leave the UK.

    Terror offenders Mohammed Mayow and Mohanned Jasim jailed
  • Patrick Kabele

    Age when convicted: 32Date of conviction: February 2017Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A Londoner who was found guilty of attempting to fly to Syria to join IS. He was stopped by police trying to board a flight to Turkey. Officers found a notebook in which he'd written that he wanted to "fight jihad with the sword against the enemies of islam/die in battle fighting jihad, not to have a long life."

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  • Abubakar Abubakar

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: January 2016Offence: possessing terrorist document or article

    Manchester man who admitted possessing a magazine, 'Smashing Borders - Black Flags from Syria,' which included tactics published by al-Qaeda on how to avoid attacks by drones. He received a suspended prison sentence but was given a two year supervision order.

  • Abdul Hamid

    Age when convicted: 31Date of conviction: December 2016Offence: Disseminating a terrorist publication

    A man from Barking who admitted posting on his Facebook page an IS propaganda video showing US soldiers being killed. He was jailed for two years.

  • Ijaz Khan

    Age when convicted: 28Date of conviction: January 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A Bradford man who was jailed for five years after admitting planning to travel to Syria to fight with IS. He was arrested at Manchester Airport after a tip-off to police. His wife, Afsheen Khan, was jailed for three years for funding his planned travels.

  • Afsheen Khan

    Age when convicted: 28Date of conviction: January 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A Bradford woman who admitted providing funds for her husband Ijaz Khan to travel to Syria to fight with IS. He was arrested at Manchester Airport following a tip-off to police. Afsheen Khan was jailed for two years and 11 months.

  • Ziaur Rahman

    Age when convicted: 39Date of conviction: 13 January 2017Offence: Arranging meetings to support a proscribed organisation

    A Luton man who was convicted at the Old Bailey of arranging meetings to support Islamic State. Extremist speakers, including Anjem Choudary, spoke at these gatherings, which were often attended by children. Four other men were convicted with Rahman. Judge Michael Topolski said the men had "hijacked and corrupted the principles and practices of an ancient and revered religion." He jailed Rahman for two-and-a-half-years.

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  • Mohammed Choudry

    Age when convicted: 23Date of conviction: 13 January 2017Offence: Encouraging support for a proscribed organisation

    A Maidenhead accounts manager who was convicted at the Old Bailey of encouraging support for Islamic State. He was part of a circle of extremists whose meetings in Luton were secretly recorded by an undercover police officer. Judge Michael Topolski said the men had "hijacked and corrupted the principles and practices of an ancient and revered religion." He jailed Choudry for four years.

    Islamic State supporters jailed after undercover police operation
  • Nadeem Hussain

    Age when convicted: 35Date of conviction: December 2016Offence: Funding terrorism

    A Coventry engineer who pleaded guilty to sending £4,000 to fund his brother, Naweed who is currently fighting in Syria with IS. Chief Superintendent Sue Southern, head of West Midland's counter terrorism unit, said: "Disrupting terrorist funding is an important part of our investigations."

  • Aras Hamid

    Age when convicted: 26Date of conviction: 24 December 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Hamid was found guilty at Kingston Crown Court of trying to travel to Iraq for terrorism. He is a Kurdish Iraqi who the court heard had tried to arrange travel for Shivan Azeez Zangana and Ahmad Ismail.Their plans unravelled when a relative of Zangana's alerted the police. Hamid was jailed for seven years.

    Kurdish immigrants guilty of trying to join IS
  • Shivan Azeez Zangana

    Age when convicted: 21Date of conviction: 24 December 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    An illegal immigrant from Kurdish Iraq, Zangana was arrested in the back of a lorry near Dover. He was convicted of trying to travel back to Iraq for terrorism and was jailed for three years.Kingston Crown Court heard how he had been radicalised by co-defendant Aras Hamid.

    Kurdish immigrants guilty of trying to join IS
  • Ahmad Ismail

    Age when convicted: 19Date of conviction: December 2016Offence: Failing to disclose information

    A Coventry teenager who wanted to join his brother, Mohammed Ismail, a fighter with IS in Syria. Ahmad was assisted by Aras Hamid and Shivan Azeez Zangana but abandoned the plan when he heard his brother had been accused by IS of being a spy. He was convicted of failing to inform the police about Hamid and Zangana's plans and was jailed for 18 months.

  • Syed Hoque

    Age when convicted: 37Date of conviction: 23 December 2016Offence: Funding terrorism

    A former probation officer who was convicted and jailed for five-and-a-half years for using aid convoys to Syria to fund terrorism. Hoque sent the money to his nephew, Mohammed Choudhury who was fighting with a group linked to al-Qaeda. In an online exchange, Hoque told Choudhury: "No mutilating, just beheading." Judge John Bevan QC told Hoque "he was your own flesh and blood and you were prepared to sacrifice him if necessary."

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  • Mashoud Miah

    Age when convicted: 28Date of conviction: 23 December 2016Offence: Funding terrorism

    Miah, who is from East London, was convicted at the Old Bailey along with co-defendant Syed Hoque of using aid convoys to fund terrorist groups in Syria. Miah was a facilitator who was jailed for two-and-a-half years.

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  • Humza Ali

    Age when convicted: 20Date of conviction: 15 December 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism, Disseminating a terrorist publication

    Part of a network of extremists in the West Midlands, Ali posted pro-IS material on social media. The trainee bricklayer was arrested after being refused entry to Turkey and was also convicted of attempting to travel to Syria for terrorism.

    Humza Ali found guilty of trying to travel to Syria
  • Ali Akbar Zeb

    Age when convicted: 19Date of conviction: 15 December 2016Offence: disseminating a terrorist publication

    Part of a network of extremists in the West Midlands, Zeb - who is a student - pleaded guilty to distributing graphic pro-IS images and video on social media.

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  • Zakaria Boufassil

    Age when convicted: 26Date of conviction: 6 December 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Boufassil and co-defendant Mohammed Ali Ahmed gave £3,000 to the Brussels terror attacks suspect known as the "man in the hat" in a secret meeting in Birmingham months before the Paris and Brussels killings.The money came from benefits being paid into a bank account belonging to Anouar Haddouchi, a West Midlands man who had previously left to fight in Syria.Boufassil was jailed for three years.

    Men jailed for giving cash to Brussels terror suspect
  • Mohammed Ali Ahmed

    Age when convicted: 27Date of conviction: 6 December 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Ahmed and co-defendant Zakaria Boufassil gave £3,000 to the Brussels terror attacks suspect known as the "man in the hat" in a secret meeting in Birmingham months before the Paris and Brussels killings.The money came from benefits being paid into a bank account belonging to Anouar Haddouchi, a West Midlands man who had previously left to fight in Syria.Ahmed, who pleaded guilty, was jailed for eight years.

    Men jailed for giving cash to Brussels terror suspect
  • Jabed Hussain

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 22 November 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A West London man who pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to attempting to travel to Syria for terrorism.

  • Gabriel Rasmus

    Age when convicted: 29Date of conviction: 7 November 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    During an undercover police and MI5 investigation Rasmus, from Birmingham, was arrested alongside two other men in the back of a lorry in Dover in April 2015.He admitted trying to travel to Syria to fight and was jailed for four years and three months. Co-defendant Anas Abdalla was convicted after four trials. Mahamuud Diini was acquitted.

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  • Anas Abdalla

    Age when convicted: 27Date of conviction: 13 October 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    During an undercover police and MI5 investigation Abdalla, from Birmingham, was arrested alongside two other men in the back of a lorry in Dover in April 2015. Following four trials, he was eventually convicted and jailed for five years for attempting to go to fight in Syria in a case which was beset by rows about what could be said in court about MI5's involvement. Co-defendant Gabriel Rasmus pleaded guilty earlier and Mahamuud Diini was acquitted.

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  • Mohammed Golamaully

    Age when convicted: 48Date of conviction: 3 October 2016Offence: Funding terrorism

    A South London man who, along with his wife, admitted providing terror funds for their nephew who is fighting with Islamic State. The couple sent £219 to Zafirr Golamaully without the knowledge of Zafirr's parents. Detectives discovered the transfer during a wider investigation into a terrorism funding network in which over a hundred thousand pounds was sent from all over the world.

    Couple admit funding Islamic State fighter
  • Nazimabee Golamaully

    Age when convicted: 45Date of conviction: 3 October 2016Offence: Funding terrorism

    A South London woman who, along with her husband, admitted providing terror funds for their nephew who is fighting with Islamic State. The couple sent £219 to Zafirr Golamaully without the knowledge of Zafirr's parents. Detectives discovered the transfer during a wider investigation into a terrorism funding network in which over a hundred thousand pounds was sent from all over the world.

    Couple admit funding Islamic State fighter
  • Mohammed Syeedy

    Age when convicted: 21Date of conviction: 16 September 2016Offence: Murder

    Student and part-time Manchester United steward Syeedy was jailed for a minimum of 24 years following his conviction for murdering an imam in Rochdale he believed was performing "black magic." Jalal Uddin died after suffering head injuries as he walked through a children's playground. Islamic State supporter Syeedy drove the getaway car for his alleged accomplice, Mohammed Kadir, who police believe may have fled to Syria. Sue Hemming, Head of CPS Special Crime and Counter Terrorism Division, said: "Syeedy and his accomplice stalked Jalal Uddin round the streets before attacking him and leaving him to die. The poisonous ideology of Daesh (IS) cannot be allowed to sow division in our society."

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  • Anjem Choudary

    Age when convicted: 49Date of conviction: 28 July 2016Offence: Inviting support for a proscribed organisation

    The extremist cleric was sentenced to five and a half years for inviting support for Islamic State after it declared its self-styled caliphate in June 2014. He was convicted at the Old Bailey for using speeches on the internet to urge support for the group and for the posting of an oath of allegiance to its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The trial heard how Choudary and co-defendant Mohammed Mizanur Rahman were part of the banned group al-Muhajiroun, an organisation that can be linked to dozens of terrorism suspects. Following their conviction Home Secretary Amber Rudd said: "These dangerous individuals were recruiting sergeants for Daesh. They poisoned the minds of vulnerable people and their warped and twisted propaganda offered support and succour to a murderous and barbaric terrorist organisation."

    Radical cleric Anjem Choudary guilty of inviting IS support
  • Mohammed Mizanur Rahman

    Age when convicted: 33Date of conviction: 28 July 2016Offence: Inviting support for a proscribed organisation

    An extremist preacher and follower of Anjem Choudary who was convicted at the Old Bailey of inviting support for Islamic State after it declared its self-styled caliphate in June 2014. He received a sentence of five and a half years. He used speeches on the internet to urge support for the group and posted an oath of allegiance to its leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi. The trial heard how Rahman and Choudary were part of the banned group al-Muhajiroun, an organisation that can be linked to dozens of terrorism suspects. Following their conviction Home Secretary Amber Rudd said: "These dangerous individuals were recruiting sergeants for Daesh. They poisoned the minds of vulnerable people and their warped and twisted propaganda offered support and succour to a murderous and barbaric terrorist organisation."

    Radical cleric Anjem Choudary guilty of inviting IS support
  • Mohammed Alamgir

    Age when convicted: 37Date of conviction: August 2016Offence: Encouraging support for a proscribed organisation

    Alamgir was found guilty at the Old Bailey of three counts of encouraging support for Islamic State. An undercover police officer recorded a speech in a Methodist church hall in which Alamgir praised a terrorist attack in Tunisia in which 30 British tourists died. Rajib Khan and Yousaf Bashir were also convicted. Commander Dean Haydon, head of counter terrorism at Scotland Yard, said: "The men used meetings about Ramadan - a time for self-reflection and change for the better - to instead deliver subversive speeches that encouraged groups, including very young children, to engage in war alongside Daesh (IS). Speeches like theirs inspire the terrorists of tomorrow." Alamgir was jailed for six years.

  • Rajib Khan

    Age when convicted: 38Date of conviction: August 2016Offence: Encouraging support for a proscribed organisation

    Khan was found guilty at the Old Bailey of encouraging support for Islamic State. An undercover police officer recorded a conversation with Khan in which he praised the terrorist attack on the headquarters of the French satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo in which 12 people were killed. Mohammed Alamgir and Yousaf Bashir were also convicted. Commander Dean Haydon, head of counter terrorism at Scotland Yard, said: "The men used meetings about Ramadan - a time for self-reflection and change for the better - to instead deliver subversive speeches that encouraged groups, including very young children, to engage in war alongside Daesh (IS). Speeches like theirs inspire the terrorists of tomorrow." Khan was jailed for five years.

  • Yousaf Bashir

    Age when convicted: 36Date of conviction: August 2016Offence: Encouraging support for a proscribed organisation

    Bashir was found guilty at the Old Bailey of encouraging support for Islamic State. An undercover police officer recorded a speech in which Bashir said a final battle was imminent between Muslims and non-Muslims and called on the audience to support the caliphate announced by Islamic State. Mohammed Alamgir and Rajib Khan were also convicted. Commander Dean Haydon, head of counter terrorism at Scotland Yard, said: "The men used meetings about Ramadan - a time for self-reflection and change for the better - to instead deliver subversive speeches that encouraged groups, including very young children, to engage in war alongside Daesh (IS). Speeches like theirs inspire the terrorists of tomorrow." Bashir was jailed for four-and-a-half years.

  • Mohammed Iqbal Hussain

    Age when convicted: 26Date of conviction: August 2016Offence: Funding terrorism

    Hussain was convicted with his brother Mohammed Suyaubur Rohaman of supplying funds to their eldest brother Musadiqur Rohaman who police believe is fighting with IS in Syria. The brothers, who worked at the family's laundrette in Walsall, sold items on eBay to raise cash. A third man, warehouse worker Mohammed Atiqur Khan was also found guilty at the Old Bailey.

  • Mohammed Suyaubur Rohaman

    Age when convicted: 32Date of conviction: August 2016Offence: Funding terrorism

    Rohaman was convicted with his brother Mohammed Iqbal Hussain of supplying funds to their eldest brother Musadiqur Rohaman who police believe is fighting with IS in Syria. The brothers, who worked at the family's laundrette in Walsall, sold items on eBay to raise cash. A third man, warehouse worker Mohammed Atiqur Khan was also found guilty at the Old Bailey.

  • Mohammed Atiqur Khan

    Age when convicted: 27Date of conviction: August 2016Offence: Funding terrorism

    Warehouse distributer Khan was convicted of supplying funds to Walsall man, Musadiqur Rohaman who police believe is fighting with IS in Syria. The Old Bailey heard how he was recruited by Rohaman's brothers, Mohammed Iqbal Hussain and Mohammed Suyaubur Rohaman who were also convicted. The Old Bailey heard how Khan had tried to sell pieces of family gold to fund terrorism.

  • Cubeyda Hassan Jama

    Age when convicted: 19Date of conviction: July 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A Finnish computer studies student at Middlesex University who was jailed for three and a half years after admitting he used a student loan to fly to Europe to join IS. The Old Bailey heard how he expressed a desire to be a bomb-maker.

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  • Mohammed Shaheryar Alam

    Age when convicted: 31Date of conviction: 28 June 2016Offence: disseminating a terrorist publication

    Under the username Cyber-Sultan, Alam posted online links to IS propaganda videos. He was arrested at an internet cafe in London in December 2015. Commander Dean Haydon, head of the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command said: "The seriousness of sharing a link to a video like this should not be underestimated. It is enough to start someone down a spiral of self-radicalisation."

  • Muhiddin Mire

    Age when convicted: 30Date of conviction: 8 June 2016Offence: Attempted murder, attempted wounding, wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm

    CCTV and mobile phone footage showed how Somalia-born Mire repeatedly stabbed a musician, Lyle Zimmerman who suffered a deep neck wound which was treated at the scene by a doctor who was passing by. Commenting on Mire's history of mental illness, Commander Dean Haydon, head of Scotland Yard's Counter Terrorism Command said: "I would class Mire as being part of a vulnerable section of the community, and terrorist organisation such as Daesh, or IS, over in Syria, prey on individuals such as him."

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  • Gavin Rae

    Also known as: Yaqub Rae

    Age when convicted: 36Date of conviction: 27 May 2016Offence: Possessing a firearm with intent to endanger life, attempting to possess ammunition

    A former British soldier who tried to join Islamic State and was convicted of trying to buy machine guns and pistols. He was arrested as part of a police sting operation in which he'd told an officer that once he reached a Muslim country he would "sacrifice my life for Allah". Rae had served in the King's Regiment of the army but was dishonourably discharged after failing a drugs test and went on to commit four armed robberies. He was jailed for 18 years. Chief Superintendent Tony Mole from the North West Counter Terrorism Unit said: "The calculated efforts made by Rae to request such a volume of live semi-automatic weapons and ammunition is deeply concerning, particularly given his background military training in the use of weaponry and the fact he spent time in prison for armed robbery."

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  • Abdalraouf Abdallah

    Age when convicted: 23Date of conviction: 11 May 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A British-Libyan man, paralysed by gunshot wounds while fighting in the 2011 Libyan uprising, was convicted at Woolwich Crown Court of helping four men including his brother and an RAF veteran travel to Syria for terrorism. Abdallah, who's from Manchester, had denied being an IS supporter, telling the jury, "it's got nothing to do with terrorism. We have been through the same things as the Syrians. We have worn the same shoes. To be bombed, shot at."

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  • Zafreen Khadam

    Age when convicted: 25Date of conviction: 18 May 2016Offence: Disseminating a terrorist publication

    Zafreen Khadam, from Sheffield, was a prolific user of social media who was convicted of ten counts of disseminating a terrorist publication. She described IS executioner Jihadi John - as "kind of scary" but said she "would marry him". Detective Chief Superintendent Clive Wain, Head of the North East CTU, said: "This material glorified terrorism and delivered powerful messages, encouraging terrorist acts and calling upon others to kill." Khadam was jailed for four-and-a-half years.

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  • Shazib Khan

    Age when convicted: 25Date of conviction: 1 April 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Shazib Khan, from Luton, was convicted at Kingston Crown Court of planning to join IS in Syria and was jailed for eight years. His nephew, Junead Khan, was found guilty of plotting to kill American soldiers at a US airbase in East Anglia.

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  • Junead Khan

    Age when convicted: 25Date of conviction: 1 April 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A delivery driver from Luton who was convicted at Kingston Crown Court and jailed for life with a minimum term of 12 years for plotting to kill American soldiers at a US airbase in eastern England. He had encrypted exchanges with a British IS propagandist in Syria who sent him bomb-making instructions. Khan discussed staging a car crash outside a base and then attacking a soldier with a knife. His uncle, Shazib Khan, was found guilty of planning to join IS in Syria.

    US airmen terror attack: Junead Khan found guilty
  • Tarik Hassane

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 23 March 2016Offence: Conspiracy to murder, preparing for acts of terrorism

    Tarik Hassane was a medical student from West London who had once hoped to become a heart surgeon. Instead, the son of a Saudi Arabian ambassador was jailed for life after admitting being the ringleader of an IS-inspired plot to carry out a drive-by shooting of police and soldiers close to where he grew up. He was arrested after an intensive police and MI5 surveillance operation, which Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said "prevented a murderous plot."

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  • Suhaib Majeed

    Age when convicted: 21Date of conviction: 23 March 2016Offence: Conspiracy to murder, preparing for acts of terrorism

    Suhaib Majeed was a physics undergraduate from West London who had, according to prosecutors, become obsessed with"the warped ideology of violent jihad." Along with his school friend Tarik Hassane, he plotted to carry out an IS-inspired drive-by shooting of police and soldiers close to where he grew up. He was arrested soon after being given a pistol, revolver and ammunition by local criminals. The plot was thwarted following an intensive police and MI5 surveillance operation which Metropolitan Police Commissioner Sir Bernard Hogan-Howe said "prevented a murderous plot." Majeed was jailed for life.

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  • Mohammed Mohsin Ameen

    Age when convicted: 23Date of conviction: 1 April 2016Offence: Encouraging terrorism, Disseminating a terrorist publication, Inviting support for a proscribed organisation

    A prolific tweeter of extremist content who was jailed for five years after pleading guilty at the Old Bailey to encouraging terrorism. Ameen, who is from Dagenham, posted 40,000 tweets, including ones which glorified the actions of an IS suicide bomber.

  • Naseer Taj

    Age when convicted: 26Date of conviction: 12 February 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism, possessing terrorist document or article

    A Bedfordshire taxi driver who was jailed for eight years following his conviction for planning to abandon his pregnant wife and young son to achieve martyrdom in Syria. His trial heard how he had made a "dry run" journey to the Syrian border and was in contact with British jihadists already there. On social media he tweeted: "Oh disbelievers!!! Burn in ur rage and commit suicide the Islamic State is coming 2 u."

    British taxi driver Naseer Taj jailed for terrorist offences
  • Alex Nash

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 24 February 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A trial at the Old Bailey heard how Nash, a convert to Islam from Walsall, and his pregnant wife Yousma Jan, 20, were detained by the Turkish authorities near the border with Syria in November 2014. Prosecutors say he was part of a group of friends who either tried or succeeded in fighting with IS in Syria. He pleaded guilty to preparing acts of terrorism before the start of his trial and was jailed for five years. A charge against his wife was discontinued.

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  • Lorna Moore

    Age when convicted: 33Date of conviction: 24 February 2016Offence: Information about acts of terrorism

    A trainee maths teacher and mother-of-three from Walsall who was jailed for two and a half years following her conviction for failing to tell the authorities her husband was about to join Islamic State. Moore, who grew up in Northern Ireland and was a Muslim convert from Protestantism, claimed she had been the victim of psychological abuse from her husband, Sajid Aslam but that was rejected by the jury at the Old Bailey. The authorities believe Aslam is in Syria or Iraq.

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  • Ayman Shaukut

    Age when convicted: 27Date of conviction: 24 February 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A law graduate from Walsall who was jailed for ten years following his conviction for helping his friends to travel to Syria for terrorism. Shaukat, who is a convicted burglar, was part of a network of at least a dozen extremists from the town. West Midlands Police Assistant Chief Constable Marcus Beale said "whether you are a traveller and going to join" or someone who helps in organising, "that's just as criminal and just as dangerous."

    Trainee teacher guilty of not revealing husband's IS plans
  • Abdullahi Jama Farah

    Age when convicted: 20Date of conviction: 11 February 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    An A-level student from Manchester, Farah was convicted at the Old Bailey of helping his friend Nur Hassan travel to Syria to fight. He put Hassan in contact with another friend Khalil Raoufi who had travelled earlier to the conflict zone where he died fighting in early 2014. Farah is the cousin of Zhara and Salma Halane, who at the age of 16, left their home in Manchester and are believed to have married IS fighters.

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  • Adeel Ulhaq

    Age when convicted: 21Date of conviction: 10 February 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism, funding terrorism

    Ulhaq, who is from in Sutton-in-Ashfield in Nottinghamshire, was jailed for five years after being convicted at the Old Bailey of facilitating and funding Aseel Muthana's travel to Syria. Muthana, who is from Cardiff, is believed to be fighting with IS. Ulhaq was also found guilty of sending £200 to another IS fighter, Junaid Hussain who was subsequently killed in a strike by a US missile in August 2015.

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  • Kristen Brekke

    Age when convicted: 19Date of conviction: 10 February 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Brekke, who is a teenage convert to Islam from Cardiff, was jailed for four-and-a-half years after being convicted at the Old Bailey of facilitating and funding Aseel Muthana's travel to Syria. Muthana, who is also from Cardiff, is believed to be fighting with IS. Judge Rebecca Poulet said Brekke was "perhaps naive."

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  • Forhad Rahman

    Age when convicted: 21Date of conviction: 10 February 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Rahman, who is from Cirencester in Gloucestershire, was jailed for five years after being convicted at the Old Bailey of facilitating and funding Aseel Muthana's travel to Syria. Muthana is believed to be fighting with IS.

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  • Tareena Shakil

    Age when convicted: 26Date of conviction: 1 February 2016Offence: Membership of a proscribed organisation

    A former health worker from Birmingham, Shakil became the first woman to be convicted of joining the so-called Islamic State. She took her toddler son to Syria from where she posted images of him wearing an IS-branded balaclava. Shakil told the jury she had been escaping an abusive relationship. Sentencing her to six years, Mr Justice Inman said she had shown no remorse and had known her son's future would ultimately be "as an IS fighter."

    Tareena Shakil jailed for six years for joining IS
  • Zahera Tariq

    Age when convicted: 33Date of conviction: 23 February 2016Offence: Child abduction

    A woman from London who was detained with her four children in Kilis, a city on the border of Turkey and Syria after she had been reported missing by her husband. Tariq had claimed she wanted to find her sister Aisha and persuade her to come home. Aisha is married to Siddhartha Dhar who is suspected of being the masked man in an IS propaganda video which appears to show the killing of five men. Tariq was jailed for three years at Southwark Crown Court.

  • Mohammed Uddin

    Age when convicted: 29Date of conviction: February 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Uddin, who is from Ilford in Essex, was jailed for seven years after admitting travelling to Syria to fight with IS in November 2014. He was stopped by police when he flew back into the UK the following month. Thames Valley Police Assistant Chief Constable Laura Nicholson, said: "Returning foreign fighters pose a threat to the UK and we also have a responsibility to protect UK interests around the world."

  • Kerry Thomason

    Age when convicted: 24Date of conviction: May 2016Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Thomason was part of a network of extremists from Walsall in the West Midlands. Before her trial began she admitted helping her husband, Isaiah Siadatan, 24, prepare acts of terrorism. While she was pregnant, she had bought airline tickets to Turkey for herself and her two children, to join Siadatan who was fighting with the Islamic State. The authorities believe he was killed in the summer of 2015. Judge Charles Wide QC described her as "naive" and suspended her two-year prison sentence after hearing Siadatan had threatened to send a "sleeper cell" to murder her parents.

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  • Ibrahim Anderson

    Age when convicted: 38Date of conviction: 29 January 2016Offence: Inviting support for a proscribed organisation

    Anderson was jailed for three years for handing out leaflets in support of so-called Islamic State on London's Oxford Street. The father-of-five from Luton was arrested after two Muslim sisters had reported their concerns to the police. Sentencing, Judge Kramer QC said the danger posed by inviting support for IS was "often to young people who are lured to Syria and Iraq and to a potential death."

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  • Shah Jahan Khan

    Age when convicted: 63Date of conviction: 29 January 2016Offence: Inviting support for a proscribed organisation

    A driving instructor from Luton who was jailed for two years for handing out leaflets in support of so-called Islamic State on London's Oxford Street. He was arrested after two Muslim sisters had reported their concerns to the police. Sentencing, Judge Kramer QC said the danger posed by inviting support for IS was "often to young people who are lured to Syria and Iraq and to a potential death."

    Men jailed for IS promotion outside Topshop in Oxford Street
  • Mourad Mosdefaoui

    Age when convicted: 34Date of conviction: 9 December 2015Offence: Encouraging terrorism, possession of false identity documents

    A former Algerian soldier who was convicted of posting online messages celebrating IS atrocities. Jailing him for two years, Sheriff Frank Crowe told Mosdefaoui: "It was fortunate you were traced before matters developed further."

    Algerian Mourad Mosdefaoui jailed for Islamic State support
  • Sana Ahmed Khan

    Age when convicted: 24Date of conviction: 30 December 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Khan was convicted with her husband, Mohammed Rehman of planning to carry out a terrorist attack in the UK to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the 7 July bombings. She had bought the chemicals he intended to use to make a "huge" bomb. Sentencing her to a minimum of 25 years, Mr Justice Baker said she had "determined to fulfil the Islamic States call for jihad, by the carrying out of an act of terrorism within the United Kingdom."

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  • Mohammed Rehman

    Age when convicted: 25Date of conviction: 30 December 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism, possessing terrorist document or article

    A Berkshire man who was convicted of planning to carry out a terrorist attack in the UK to coincide with the tenth anniversary of the 7 July bombings. His wife, Sana Ahmed Khan had bought the chemicals he intended to use to make a "huge" bomb. Rehman discussed targeting the London Underground and Westfield shopping centre on social media under the name "Silent Bomber." Sentencing him to a minimum of 27 years, Mr Justice Baker said Rehman had been "determined to fulfil the Islamic State's call for jihad."

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  • Mustafa Abdullah

    Age when convicted: 34Date of conviction: 15 December 2015Offence: possessing terrorist document or article

    A London convert to Islam who had travelled to Syria in 2013-14. When police stopped him on his return to the UK they found pictures of him posing with firearms. He told the Old Bailey "I love guns. I cannot explain it. They look nice." He was jailed for four-and-a-half years.

    Mustafa Abdullah of Stockwell jailed over terror videos
  • Nadir Syed

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 14 December 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    An unemployed Londoner who was convicted of planning to carry out an IS-inspired knife attack in the UK. He was arrested hours after buying a chef's knife in November 2014, days before Remembrance Sunday. Woolwich Crown Court heard how he had been encouraged by an IS fatwa calling for attacks on Western targets, including police and soldiers. Following Syed's conviction Commander Richard Walton, head of the Metropolitan Police's Counter Terrorism Command, said: "I have no doubt London is a safer place with this conviction." Sentencing him to life, Mr Justice Saunders said: "The defendant will remain dangerous until the threat from Islamic terrorists has gone."

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  • Ednane Mahmood

    Age when convicted: 19Date of conviction: 11 December 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism, Disseminating a terrorist publication

    A Blackburn undergraduate who tried to travel to Syria to fight with IS. He left a letter for his family in which he said he wanted to "fight abroad for Allah." He was arrested after returning to the UK having been persuaded to come home by his brother. Jailing Mahmood for four years Judge Michael Henshell said his research into IS had become a "dangerous obsession." Praising his family, the judge added "they prevented you from taking an irrevocable step, which would have resulted in a victory for the barbaric forces that, as you say, had brainwashed you."

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  • Unnamed Bradford woman

    Age when convicted: 34Date of conviction: 9 December 2015Offence: Child abduction

    A woman from Bradford who admitted charges of child abduction, having told police she had planned to go to Syria and Iraq. The woman - who cannot be named for legal reasons - was detained in Turkey in October 2015 with her two children. At Leeds Crown Court she admitted charges of child abduction and was jailed for five years and four months in what is believed to be the first sentencing of its kind. Deputy Assistant Commissioner Helen Ball, the police national co-ordinator for counter terrorism, said "Life under Daesh is no place for any child. Any mother who decides to take her children to live in a conflict zone is putting her family in grave danger. They are likely to witness extreme terror, become victims of violence, or, in some cases, be drawn into extremism and terrorism themselves."

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  • Mustakim Jaman

    Age when convicted: 23Date of conviction: 18 November 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    One of two brothers from Portsmouth jailed for six years for helping people travel to Syria to fight with IS. Another brother, Ifthekar Jaman, had died fighting in Syria in 2013. Judge Paul Dodgson told them: you did not go to fight but you were the drumbeat in the background, providing support for those who had gone and encouragement to those who might. All this against the canvas of guns, swords and the glorification of killings in the videos and pictures you both circulated.

    Syria conflict: Portsmouth brothers jailed for terrorism offences
  • Tuhin Shahensha

    Age when convicted: 27Date of conviction: 18 November 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    One of two brothers from Portsmouth jailed for six years for helping people travel to Syria to fight with IS. Another brother, Ifthekar Jaman, had died fighting there in 2013. Judge Paul Dodgson told them: "You did not go to fight but you were the drumbeat in the background, providing support for those who had gone and encouragement to those who might. All this against the canvas of guns, swords and the glorification of killings in the videos and pictures you both circulated."

    Syria conflict: Portsmouth brothers jailed for terrorism offences
  • Mohammed Abdul Kahar

    Age when convicted: 37Date of conviction: 13 November 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism, funding terrorism, Disseminating a terrorist publication, Inviting support for a proscribed organisation

    A father of six from Sunderland who planned to join IS in Syria and tried to recruit others. Jailing him for five years, Mrs Judge Andrews said: "You bought into the propaganda of jihad absolutely." The Court of Appeal ruled the sentence "unduly lenient" and increased it to eight years.

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  • Yahya Rashid

    Age when convicted: 19Date of conviction: 13 November 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A teenager with learning difficulties who was arrested in the UK in March 2015 after returning from an Islamic State safe house on the Turkey/Syria border. At his trial he claimed he may have been brainwashed by his friends. Rashid had paid for flights for himself and four friends from London. Sentencing him to 5 years in a young offender institution, Judge Philip Katz QC said goodness knows what you would have gone on to do as a foot soldier of ISIS.

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  • Mohammed Abdal Miah

    Age when convicted: 32Date of conviction: 9 November 2015Offence: Disseminating a terrorist publication

    An IS follower from Newcastle who was jailed for three-and-a-half years after he was found guilty of posting online films which encouraged martyrdom and violence. Detective Chief Superintendent Clive Wain, head of the North East Counter Terrorism Unit said Miah "used social media to facilitate his support for the terrorist organisation ISIS."

    Mohammed Abdal Miah jailed for urging others to join Isis
  • Atiq Ahmed

    Age when convicted: 32Date of conviction: 30 October 2015Offence: Disseminating a terrorist publication

    A supporter of IS living in Oldham who threatened to behead a police officer when he was arrested. He admitted posting links to graphically violent jihadist videos and was jailed for two-and-a-half years at the Old Bailey. Family members had reported him to the police because they feared he was dangerous, saying that he was constantly viewing extremist material on the internet. When officers arrived he told them: "Now you are here I will raise the black banner. The ISIS flag will fly and I won't let you leave."

    Oldham IS supporter Atiq Ahmed jailed over 'brutal' videos
  • Unnamed Manchester girl

    Age when convicted: 16Date of conviction: 15 October 2015Offence: Possessing information of a kind likely to be useful to a terrorist

    A 16-year-old schoolgirl from Manchester who admitted possessing bomb-making instructions and recipes for explosives. Y - who cannot be named for legal reasons - had been in contact with a 14-year-old schoolboy in Blackburn, who has admitted inciting an act of terrorism overseas. The two shared views on travel to Syria and developed a romantic relationship. Y told the judge: "I deeply regret what I have done. I wish to make changes if I get the chance to prove that I am not a terrorist." She was given a 12-month referral order with youth offending teams to address her radicalisation.

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  • Unnamed Blackburn boy

    Age when convicted: 15Date of conviction: 2 October 2015Offence: Inciting terrorism overseas

    From the bedroom of his parents' suburban home in Blackburn this schoolboy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, plotted with an Australian jihadist to behead a police officer at the Anzac Day Parade in Melbourne. X - who was just 14 at the time of the plot - is believed to be the youngest Briton convicted of an Islamist-related terror offence. Having pleaded guilty, he was sentenced to detention for life with a minimum term of five years. Sentencing, Judge Mr Justice Saunders said the blame lay entirely with "those extremists who were prepared to use the internet to encourage extreme views in a boy of 14 and then use him to carry out terrorist acts."

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  • Angela Shafiq

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 31 July 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    West Londoner who provided online advice to a Birmingham man whom she had never met about traveling from the UK to Syria to engage in terrorism. Sentencing her to 15 months in jail Old Bailey judge Stephen Kramer told Shafiq "you knew full well what you were saying and doing."

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  • Jamila Henry

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 3 July 2015Offence: Possession of an identity document with intent

    East London woman who admitted using her twin sister's passport to try to get to the Syrian border. She was deported from Turkey in March 2015 and then arrested by counter-terror police at Luton Airport. Judge Christopher Moss QC imposed a 12-month suspended sentence so that she could rebuild her relationship with her son and for her to pursue her ambition to train as a midwife or a nurse.

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  • Syed Choudhury

    Age when convicted: 19Date of conviction: 18 June 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Cardiff man who pleaded guilty to plotting to join IS fighters in Syria. When he was arrested in December 2014 he told detectives he would be happy to kill non-believers under IS rule. Sentencing him to three years and four months in a young offender institution, Judge Peter Rook described Choudhury as "very immature, impressionable and unpredictable."

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  • Zakariya Ashiq

    Age when convicted: 20Date of conviction: 26 May 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Unemployed Coventry man who tried to join three of his friends fighting in Syria. Evidence found on Ashiq's phone included numerous WhatsApp recordings describing the efforts he made to join them as he travelled across Europe. In one he said "The second I get a chance I am doing martyrdom." He was jailed for 6 years.

    Zakariya Ashiq jailed for six years for trying to join Islamic State
  • Mohammed Saboor

    Age when convicted: 25Date of conviction: 20 May 2015Offence: Funding terrorism

    High Wycombe man who planned to supply a pair of anti-shrapnel glasses to his home town friend Omar Hussain, a British fighter in Syria. Saboor was arrested on 17 December 2014 in High Wycombe. Hussain left the UK in December 2013 to fight in Syria, from where he has posted online messages and conducted TV interviews attacking the West.

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  • Alaa Abdullah Esayed

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 18 May 2015Offence: Encouraging terrorism, Disseminating a terrorist publication

    Iraqi woman living in south London who admitted publishing more than 45,000 tweets in under a year in which she encouraged people to fight for jihadist organisations in Syria. She was sentenced to jail for three-and-a half-years.

  • Majdi Shajira

    Age when convicted: 23Date of conviction: 8 May 2015Offence: Funding terrorism

    The son of a police officer, Shajira admitted planning to send his brother - who is believed to be fighting in Syria - a pair of trainers. The Liverpudlian was given a 12-month suspended sentence because the judge said his "primary motivation was not at its heart sinister."

  • Hassan Munir

    Age when convicted: 27Date of conviction: 24 April 2015Offence: Disseminating a terrorist publication

    Bradford man whose lawyer described him as an "unemployed underachiever". He pleaded guilty to posting a link to a document distributed by Islamic State's media arm, urging people to fight and kill for the group. In one of his online messages, he said: "If you want war then it's game on... [IS] are your worst... nightmare." He was jailed for 18 months.

  • Erol Incedal

    Age when convicted: 27Date of conviction: 17 November 2014Offence: possessing terrorist document or article

    Incedal, a law student from London, was dramatically arrested by armed police who blew out the tyres of his car as he drove near the Tower of London in October 2013. After facing two secret trials at the Old Bailey he was cleared of plotting a terror attack but was found guilty of possessing a bomb-making manual on a memory card. He told the court he was shown the manual when he was in Turkey close to the border with Syria. In probe evidence played in court Incedal briefly talked about being in Syria's mountains. He was jailed for three-and-a-half years. His friend Mounir Rarmoul-Bouhadjar admitted possessing the same manual and was sentenced to three years.

    Erol Incedal: The trial we couldn't report
  • Hana Gul Khan

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 23 February 2015Offence: Funding terrorism

    Convicted of sending money to her boyfriend, Jafar Turay, who was fighting in Syria. She will be sentenced later this month. Co-defendant Anton Atkins was cleared of all charges.

    Woman found guilty of helping to fund terrorism
  • Brusthom Ziamani

    Age when convicted: 19Date of conviction: 19 February 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A teenager who was initially jailed for 22 years for planning to behead a British soldier but whose sentence was reduced by three years on appeal. Having only converted to Islam months earlier, Ziamani was arrested in the street in August 2014 in possession of a 12 inch knife and a hammer. He had been inspired by the murder of the Fusilier Lee Rigby and had written to his parents to say he had no means of getting out to Iraq or Syria so he would wage war on British soil. Police say the extremist organisation al-Muhajiroun played a "major role in influencing and shaping his radical views."

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  • Imran Khawaja

    Also known as: Abu Daighum al-Britani

    Age when convicted: 27Date of conviction: 20 January 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism, attending a camp, terrorist training, possessing firearms

    A former immigration detention centre guard from West London, who faked his death in an effort to return undetected from Syria to the UK. Arrested by police at Dover in June 2014 with his cousin Tahir Bhatti who had driven him back from Serbia. Khwaja was an influential member of Rayat al-Tawheed, a group of British extremists active in posting extremist material from Syria. He was sentenced to twelve years in jail in December 2014, after pleading guilty to preparing acts of terrorism, attending a terrorism training camp and receiving weapons training.

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  • Asim Ali

    Age when convicted: 33Date of conviction: 20 January 2015Offence: Funding terrorism

    Pleaded guilty to entering into a funding arrangement for the purposes of terrorism and was jailed for twenty-one months in December 2014. He had supplied money to his friend Imran Khawaja to buy a weapon. Khawaja was a leading member of the British extremist group Rayat al-Tawheed which published online extremist propaganda in Syria.

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  • Tahir Bhatti

    Age when convicted: 44Date of conviction: 20 January 2015Offence: Assisting an offender

    Pleaded guilty to assisting an offender and was sentenced to twenty-one months in 2014. Was arrested at Dover in in June 2014 as he drove his cousin Imran Khawaja back from Serbia. Khawaja had faked his death in an effort to return undetected from Syria to the UK.

    Imran Khawaja: The jihadist who faked his own death
  • Stephen Mustafa Gray

    Age when convicted: 31Date of conviction: 22 September 2015Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    A former RAF serviceman who converted to Islam and admitted trying to reach Syria to fight with jihadists. He was assisted by Abdalraouf Abdallah, a British-Libyan man, paralysed by gunshot wounds while fighting in the 2011 Libyan uprising. Woolwich Crown Court heard that Gray had served with the RAF in Iraq and made repeated attempts to travel to Syria.

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  • David Souaan

    Age when convicted: 20Date of conviction: 17 December 2014Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Arrested at Heathrow Airport in May 2014 on his way to Syria. Police were tipped off by fellow students who became worried about his extreme views. Souaan, whose father is Syrian, had been in Syria in December 2013 and had pictures of himself posing with guns. Convicted of preparing for terrorist acts and was jailed for 3.5 years in December 2014.

    Student David Souaan jailed for Syria jihad plan
  • Runa Khan

    Age when convicted: 35Date of conviction: 12 December 2014Offence: Promoting and inciting terrorism

    Mother-of-six from Luton who used social media to encourage terrorism in Syria. Sentenced to 5 years and 3 months, after pleading guilty to four counts of promoting terrorism on the internet. The judge told her "you hold to a violent ideology which espouses jihad as an essential part of the Islamist."

    Runa Khan jailed for Facebook Syria terror posts
  • Hamza Nawaz

    Age when convicted: 24Date of conviction: 26 November 2014Offence: Conspiracy to attend terrorism training camp

    Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to attend a terrorism training camp in Syria in 2013 with his brother Mohommod. Their trial judge said "The evidence shows you were there for jihad, or holy war, and wanted to join an extremist group." Hamza was jailed for 3 years in December 2014.

    British brothers jailed for training at Syria terror camp
  • Mohommod Nawaz

    Age when convicted: 30Date of conviction: 26 November 2014Offence: Conspiracy to attend terrorism training camp

    Pleaded guilty to conspiracy to attend a terrorism training camp in Syria in 2013 with his brother Hamza. Their trial judge said "The evidence shows you were there for jihad, or holy war, and wanted to join an extremist group." When he left the UK Mohommod Nawaz was in breach of his licence conditions following his conviction in 2009 for blackmail, false imprisonment, kidnap and wounding. Mohommod was jailed for 4.5 years in December 2014.

    British brothers jailed for training at Syria terror camp
  • Amal el-Wahabi

    Age when convicted: 28Date of conviction: 13 November 2014Offence: Funding terrorism

    She tried to trick her old schoolfriend, Nawal Msaad into carrying 20,000 euros (£15,800) to Turkey for her husband, Aine Davis, who is believed to be fighting in Syria. In November 2014 she was convicted of funding terrorism and sentenced to 28 months and 7 days in jail. Ms Msaad was acquitted.

    Woman jailed for funding Syria jihad
  • Jamshed Javeed

    Age when convicted: 30Date of conviction: 27 October 2014Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Javeed, a science teacher in Bolton, was arrested in December 2013 and accused of plotting to go to Syria to fight. In October 2014 he admitted two counts of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts and was jailed for six years. The trial judge said he "was part of a group of Muslim men from the Manchester area determined to travel to Syria to join ISIS and to fight and die for them."

    Teacher Jamshed Javeed jailed for Syria terror offences
  • Mounir Rarmoul-Bouhadjar

    Age when convicted: 26Date of conviction: October 2014Offence: possessing terrorist document or article

    Mounir Rarmoul-Bouhadjar was jailed at the Old Bailey for three years after he admitted having a bomb-making manual. His friend Erol Incedal was cleared at the end of a secret Old Bailey trial of plotting a terror attack but was convicted of possessing the same manual. Incedal told the court Rarmoul-Bouhadjar was shown the manual by "a Syrian guy who knew a lot about the making of bombs" who they met on the Turkish side of the border with Syria.

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  • Mohammed Nahin Ahmed

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 8 July 2014Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Believed to have fought with al-Qaeda affiliated al-Nusra Front, he pleaded guilty in July 2014 to engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts. Arrested at Heathrow with Yusuf Sarwar on return from Syria, after police were alerted by Swarwar's mother. They were each sentenced to 12 years and 8 months, leading to fierce criticism from their families who felt "completely betrayed" having brought the case to the attention of police.

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  • Yusuf Sarwar

    Age when convicted: 22Date of conviction: 8 July 2014Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    Believed to have fought with al-Qaeda affiliated al-Nusra Front, he pleaded guilty in July 2014 to engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts. Arrested at Heathrow with Mohammed Nahin Ahmed on return from Syria. Police had been alerted when his mother contacted them to say he was missing. Sentenced to 12 years and 8 months, which led to fierce criticism from families who felt "completely betrayed" having brought the case to the attention of officers.

    Two British men jailed after Syria terror trip
  • Mashudur Choudhury

    Age when convicted: 31Date of conviction: 20 May 2014Offence: Preparing for acts of terrorism

    The first person in the UK to be convicted of terrorist offences in connection with the Syrian conflict. He travelled with four friends from Portsmouth to Syria to attend a terrorist training camp and was arrested at Gatwick Airport on his way back. Convicted of engaging in conduct in preparation of terrorist acts in May 2014 and sentenced to 4 years in prison, December 2014.

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