There were angry scenes in Court 12 at the Old Bailey when six men were sentenced for their part in the attempted plot to attack an EDL march in Dewsbury.
Two members of the English Defence League, including leader Tommy Robinson, shouted "God Save The Queen" and the defendants and some supporters in the public gallery shouted back "Allah u Akbar".
They were all bundled out of court by officers as the taunting continued. The defendants raised their arms in salute as they we led away from the dock.
One woman, thought to be a mother of one of the six, burst into sobs.
Six Islamist extremists have been sentenced to between 18 years and 9 months and 19 and a half years at the Old Bailey in London.
The sentencing of six men who planned a murderous attack on an English Defence League rally in West Yorkshire is due to continue.