The brother of a Muslim fanatic who died in Syria after bragging about his ‘5-star jihad’ has been charged with preparing to carry out terrorist acts.
Mustakim Jaman, 23, was arrested, along with his parents after police raided their Portsmouth home last week.
His brother, Ifthekar Jaman, 23, died last year in a battlefield clash 2,000 miles from his Hampshire home last December after declaring he was ready to die a martyr.
He became one of the most infamous British extremists when he boasted on BBC Newsnight that the ‘holy war’ in Syria was like ‘5-star jihad’ because of its ‘relaxing’ nature.
Mustakim Jaman went on Newsnight to defend his brother, saying he died ‘doing a good deed’ and was always trying to be the ‘best Muslim’ he could…