Hate preacher Anjem Choudary has been sentenced to five years and six months in prison for campaigning in support of so-called Islamic State.
He was sentenced together with co-defendant Mohammed Rahman at the Old Bailey in London.
Both men were convicted in July of inviting support for so-called Islamic State - an offence which carries a maximum sentence of ten years.
Choudary, who was born in the UK and lived off benefits, was convicted after making a a series of speeches in support of IS which were posted on YouTube.
He had previously managed to skirt the law despite being notorious as a hate preacher with a series of supporters who had gone on to commit terrorism offences.
The court was told earlier today that Choudary regretted his support for IS as he had aimed to act with the law but "on the boundaries" of what was allowed.
"He is determined not to cross those boundaries in the future," his barrister had said.
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