Brit brothers jailed over terror training plans

TWO brothers have been jailed at the Old Bailey after admitting to conspiring to attend a terrorist training camp.

Mohommod Nawaz, 30, and his younger sibling Hamza Nawaz, 24, have been locked up for a total of seven-and-a-half years.

The pair admitted plotting to visit a terror camp in Syria.

Prime instigator Mohommod Nawaz was give a four-and-a-half year sentence while his brother was given three years.

The news comes as a Brit jihadist who fled the country taunted UK authorities from Syria, where he is now fighting for Islamic State (IS).

Siddhartha Dhar posted on Twitter this week bragging about how he had reached IS territory.

Dhar was one of nine other men arrested in September during anti-terror raids.

He allegedly took a coach to Paris with his wife and family before heading for Syria.

"What a shoddy security system Britain must have to allow me to breeze through Europe to the Islamic State," he wrote.

Dhar also posted a picture of himself holding a child in one arm, and a a rifle in the other.

His boastful tweets follow on from fears Britain's busiest football grounds may be targeted by a pre-Christmas jihadi attack.

Old Trafford and the Etihad Stadium are among 11 venues in Manchester alone ordered to boost security, leaked intelligence revealed.

Manchester’s main shopping centres, music arena and major rail stations have also been warned.

Bosses of similar venues across the country are believed to have been urged to also beef-up security as the festive season approaches.