- Ijaz Khan, 29, planned to join his brother-in-law who had already fled to Syria
- He admitted preparation for terrorism acts and was jailed for five years
- His wife Afsheen Khan, 28, had provided some money to help him travel abroad
- She admitted aiding and abetting the offence and was jailed for 35 months
- Afhseen gave birth to the couple's child in New Hall Prison in Wakefield
Ijaz Khan, 29, had planned to join his brother-in-law who had already fled to the Middle East to fight with jihadis, a court heard.
Khan was arrested at Manchester Airport after police received a tip-off that he was preparing to fly to Athens and then on to Syria to fight alongside Islamic State troops.
Leeds Crown Court heard his wife Afsheen Khan, 28, had provided some money from joint funds in her account for him to buy the ticket and provided £1,000 in cash.
Ijaz Khan, 29, and his wife Afsheen Khan, 28, were jailed at Leeds Crown Court
Her brother Rohan Malik had joined Islamic State aged 17 after flying out of Leeds Bradford Airport to Turkey - without telling his family.
The court the teenager remained in contact with his family as they tried to persuade him to return without success.
In December 2014 they heard the news that Rohan Malik, who was only 18, had been killed in a coalition airstrike in Syria.
But rather than joining his brother-in-law in the fight Ijaz Khan then decided 'to replace him on the battlefield'.
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