Two brothers guilty of helping people travel to join ISIS – but they wouldn’t make the journey themselves in case they upset their mother

Two brothers have been found guilty of helping people travel to Syria to join ISIS even though they didn’t make the journey themselves in case they upset their mother.

Tuhin Shahensha, 27, and Mustakim Jaman, 22, who both lived at home in Portsmouth, hung ISIS flags over their bedroom doors and planned to take their parents to Syria, hoping they would all die together.

However they never followed through on their plans and didn’t even leave Britain so they would not upset their mother.

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  • The Butterfly

    Vibrant.

  • Barrington Minge

    Look closely people. This is the result of mooslim inbreeding.