Anjem Choudary and Mohammed Rahman have been sentenced to a total of five years and six months imprisonment for encouraging support for Daesh in a series of videos they broadcast online.
Sue Hemming, CPS Head of Counter Terrorism said: “Both men were fully aware that Daesh is a proscribed terrorist group responsible for brutal activities and that what they themselves were doing was illegal.
"Those who invite others to support such organisations will be prosecuted and jailed for their crimes.”
Details of sentence
Anjem Choudary five years and six months imprisonment.
Mohammed Rahman five years and six months imprisonment.