- Brothers from east London travelled to war-torn country last year
- Photos on their mobile phones showed terror camp and weapons
- They admitted conspiracy to attend a terrorism training camp this year
- Today they were handed sentences of four and half and three years
Two brothers have been jailed at the Old Bailey today after admitting to conspiring to attend a terror training camp in Syria.
Mohommod Nawaz, 30, was jailed for four-and-a-half years and his younger brother Hamza Nawaz, 24, was given three years.
The brothers brought back bullets and took pictures on their mobile phones as 'trophies' of their time in the Jihadist camp, which were found by police and used to prove their guilt.
Mohommod Nawaz (left) and his younger brother Hamza Nawaz (right) have become the first Britons convicted of attending a jihadist training camp in Syria
Photos from their phones showed the detailed schedule at the camp included two sessions of 'military training', two sessions of 'Islamic lessons' and 'lights out' at 10pm.
The court heard the brothers lived together in Stratford, East London but headed out the the war-torn country last year.
Police discovered they had travelled from East London to Lyon through the Channel Tunnel and from there to Istanbul.
Travel documents confirmed they had travelled on to Southern Turkey close to the rebel held area of Syria.
Photographs from the phones showed road signs that proved they had crossed into Syria where Mohommod was photographed with an AK-47 at a training camp.
There was evidence that they had discussed travelling to the training camp on text and Whatsapp messages.
The men were stopped as they returned in a car to Dover from Calais in the early hours of September 16.
The brothers had photos of the terror camp training schedule and pictures of the camp on their phones
The brothers took pictures on their mobile phones as 'trophies' of their time in the terror training camp
Mohommod was found to have five rounds of 7.62mm ammunition suitable for an AK-47 assault rifle. They also had a balaclava and 'heavy duty clothing', the court heard.
They each handed over a mobile phone but a search revealed four more phones, and an MP3 player along with a sim card hidden inside Hamza's copy of the Koran.
They admitted conspiracy to attend a terrorism training camp at a hearing earlier this year.
Jailing the brothers today, Judge Christopher Moss QC told them: 'You were in training both of you while you were there to support the rebel fighting in Syria.
In fairness to you both there is no evidence of you actually engaged in such fighting.'
Bullets and photos on mobile phones were found when they returned to Britain through the Channel Tunnel
The photos of weapons (left) and road signs (right) were seized by police and used to convict the brothers