An al Qaeda member has been jailed for the second time
A Machester taxi driver who was the first person in the UK to be convicted for directing terrorist activities, is back serving his sentence after breaking the terms of his release.
Habib Ahmed (32), was jailed in 2008 for 10 years for being a member of international terrorist operation al Qaida and for possessing notebooks with the contact details of other members.
He was released after serving half of his sentence, last September under strict conditions, two of which he has broken.
Ahmed was arrested for possessing a mobile phone and for worshipping at an 'unauthorised' mosque and is waiting a hearing to find out whether he needs to serve the remainder of his sentence in prison.