Jailed: Streatham extremist couple who sent cash to Isis fighter in Syria

A Muslim extremist couple who sent money to their nephew as he fought with Islamic State terrorists behind his parents’ back have been jailed.

Hospital boss Mohammed Golamaully, 48, and his wife Nazimabee, 45, wired £219 to an IS courier so it could go to jihadi fighter Zafirr.

He had fled to Syria in March 2014, pretending to be studying nursing in Turkey when in fact he was on the frontline battling Kurdish rebel group PKK.

The Golamaullys knew what Zafirr was doing and stayed in contact with him, encouraging him to “eradicate” the PKK and praising his efforts as an “Islamic obligation”.