An aspiring terrorist fighter who trained for jihad in Syria with paintballing and gym sessions has been jailed.
Ahmedeltigani Alsyed was sentenced to four and a half and was also convicted of disseminating terrorist material, including execution videos and bomb-making guides.
The Sudan-born extremist was a member of a secret chat group planning to fight alongside terror groups in Syria while also building his strength at the gym.
His brother Yousif Alsyed, 18, pleaded guilty to preparing terrorist acts and disseminating a terrorist publication, but will face sentencing at a later date.
The pair joined their cousins for a paintballing session at Blind Fire in Surrey as part of their training.
Their plan was foiled when the younger of the two was referred to police by his school and they were arrested at Heathrow Airport after returning on a flight from Egypt in August 2016.