A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire man, who was jailed for helping a teenager join ISIS, has been returned to prison

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A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire man, who was jailed for helping a teenager join ISIS, has been returned to prison

Adeel Ulhaq (pictured), formerly of the Sutton in Ashfield area, was jailed in February 2016 for six years, for assisting the teen to travel to Syria and join ISIS, as well as for funding terrorism.

A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire Man, Who Was Jailed For Helping A Teenager Join ISIS, Has Been Returned To Prison

These offences were contrary to Section 5 of the Terrorism Act 2006 (TACT 2006) and Section 17 of Terrorism Act 2000 (TACT 2000).

A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire Man, Who Was Jailed For Helping A Teenager Join ISIS, Has Been Returned To Prison

As part of his sentence, upon release from prison, Ulhaq was subject to a number of restrictions, under a Part 4 Terrorist Notification Order. This included telling police when he came into possession of a new phone number, email address, or bank account.

A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire Man, Who Was Jailed For Helping A Teenager Join ISIS, Has Been Returned To Prison

In November 2023, it was discovered he had failed to declare email addresses, telephone numbers and bank accounts, and he was charged with seven counts of Section 54(1)(a) of the Counter Terrorism Act 2008 – Failure without reasonable excuse to comply with notification of changes.

A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire Man, Who Was Jailed For Helping A Teenager Join ISIS, Has Been Returned To Prison

Ulhaq had been released from prison in April 2018. Just three days later, he was recalled to prison due to a breach of one of his parole licence conditions.

A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire Man, Who Was Jailed For Helping A Teenager Join ISIS, Has Been Returned To Prison

A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire Man, Who Was Jailed For Helping A Teenager Join Isis, Has Been Returned To Prison
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He was released again in May 2019, and as part of this, will continue to be subject to notification requirements until 2 April 2034.

A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire Man, Who Was Jailed For Helping A Teenager Join ISIS, Has Been Returned To Prison

Thanks to work by Counter Terrorism Policing East Midlands (CTPEM), the seven breaches were identified.

A 29-year-old Nottinghamshire Man, Who Was Jailed For Helping A Teenager Join ISIS, Has Been Returned To Prison

Examination of Ulhaq’s undeclared digital devices showed research into arms and ammunition, extremist groups, military training, policing, and the Prevent program.

Appearing at Nottingham Crown Court today (Friday 31 May 2024), he was jailed for 33 months, having pleaded guilty to five breaches of his part IV notification requirements.

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