Mohammed Istiak Alamgir and Yousaf Bashir, two of the five men convicted at the Old Bailey
The five men were bought to justice after an undercover officer infiltrated the Luton chapter of the outlawed group Al-Muhajiroun (ALM) and secretly recorded speeches over a period of 20 months.
The group either helped arrange or spoke at various meetings, which were attended by up to 80 people including young children, the men praised ISIS and urged people to travel to Syria to fight for the terrorist group.
All five were found guilty at the Old Bailey and sentenced to between two-and-a-half years to six years.
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