Mother of five who posted ISIS propaganda on Facebook will NOT face jail after judges reject bid to overturn her suspended sentence

Moves to overturn the sentence of a mother-of-five who was spared jail after calling for terrorists to attack the west and posting Islamic State propaganda online have been rejected.

Farhana Ahmed was handed a suspended sentence after posting the hateful material in Facebook group Power Strangers, the membership of which swelled from 721 members to 1,480 in the two months after she joined.

Attorney General Jeremy Wright had argued that the non-custodial term imposed in the case of Farhana Ahmed was ‘unduly lenient’ after she admitted encouraging terrorism.