The brother of the suicide bomber wiped out in Iraq continues to be jailed for ten years for terror offences.
Dentistry student Mohammed Awan, from Huddersfield, was sentenced after being in prison for get yourself ready for terrorist functions and possessing material apt to be helpful to some terrorist.
The 24-year-old was jailed for ten years and purchased for everyone 3 years extended licence on his release.
Awan’s brother Rizwan Awan wiped out 30 individuals a explosive device blast in Iraq in 2016.
Judge Paul Watson QC stated he believed Awan was “to some large extent radicalised through the actions” of his elder brother.
Passing sentence at Sheffield Crown Court, Judge Watson stated: “I’m completely satisfied you had intentionally adopted an outwardly innocent and respectable persona using the obvious intention that, at some future point, you could perpetrate a terrorist act without having to be detected.”
Awan, a 4th-year dentistry student in the College of Sheffield, was arrested by anti-terror police in June after buying 500 ballbearings online.
During raids on his home in Rudding Street, Huddersfield, along with a flat in Dun Street, Sheffield, officials retrieved a “significant volume” of extremist material, including advice regarding how to be considered a “sleeper cell” in the western world.
Police also grabbed 11 cell phones, 16 USB memory sticks and 7 computers.
One thumb drive contained a 36-minute video of the senior al Qaida leader contacting youthful Muslims to participate so-known as Islamic Condition (IS) and featured graphic footage of methods to kill and kidnap victims.
On the cell phone, officials found pictures of the Boston Marathon bombing along with a man putting on an orange jumpsuit going to be performed.
Awan had claimed he’d bought the ballbearings along with a catapult for hunting.
Det Supt Simon Atkinson, mind of investigations at Counter Terrorism Policing North East, stated: “Although we don’t know detailed information of Awan’s intentions, officials intervened quickly before Awan could put any plans into practice.”
Judge Watson added: “The ideology that you’d so clearly wedded on your own is, to any or all right-thinking, peaceful, tolerant and inclusive Muslims residing in harmony within this country, absolutely abhorrent.
“Your romanticised notions of the jihadi struggle involving violence and destruction are far taken off the Islamic belief.
“You’re, in my opinion, somebody that is even today within the grip of idealistic extremism.”
Throughout his trial, jurors heard Awan’s brother Rizwan had travelled from Manchester to Istanbul on 17 May, 2015 where he made an appearance to possess became a member of IS.
A legal court heard the siblings continued to be in touch until Rizwan launched a panic attack with an Iraqi military convoy.
Awan stated he’ll appeal against his conviction and sentence.