Four members of a British terrorist cell were jailed yesterday for supplying terrorists fighting in Afghanistan with equipment bought with dole money and donations given to help earthquake victims.
They sent out laser range-finders, night sights, blank DVDs for suicide bombers to record their wills - and even balaclavas from Lidl.
Mohammed Nadim, 29, was sentenced to three years and Shahid Ali, 34, and Shabir Mohammed, 30, each received two years and four months.
They pleaded guilty at the Old Bailey to supplying equipment, including computer parts, mobile phones and camping gear, to terrorists abroad.
Abdul Raheem, 32, pleaded guilty to failing to disclose information on terrorism and was jailed for a year.
The four, all from Birmingham, were members of a terror cell run by Parviz Khan, who was jailed for life last year for plotting to kidnap and behead a British M
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