Among the asylum seeker’s posts was an image from a video promoting suicide bombings, Manchester crown court heard

A Syrian asylum seeker who posted extremist videos online in support of Islamic State has been jailed for two years.

Saer Hussein Shaker came to the UK in 2014 after his father and brother-in-law were killed in his home country by a militant group opposed by Isis. Two years after he was granted discretionary leave to remain, he began posting Isis propaganda on Facebook, Manchester crown court heard.

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