A Sydney woman who described herself and her husband as a jihadi Bonnie and Clyde has been jailed again after repeatedly breaching a federal control order.
But Alo-Bridge Namoa has again walked free, after her new sentence was backdated to when she was returned to custody after her re-arrest.
The now 24-year-old and Sameh Bayda were found guilty in 2018 of conspiring between December 8, 2015 and January 25, 2016 to do an act in preparation for a terrorist act.
Namoa was jailed in the Supreme Court for three years and nine months with a minimum term of two years and 10 months.
On her release in December 2019, she was placed on a control order which included conditions aimed at protecting the public from a terrorist act.
She later pleaded guilty in the District Court to three counts of failing to comply with the order, including by misusing her permitted mobile phone.
Namoa on Monday was sentenced to 16 months with a non-parole period of 12 months.
She was released from custody as the term was backdated to when she was retuned to jail in July 2020.
The couple's trial was told the then-18-year-olds married in an Islamic ceremony before Bayda's planned "attack" on non-Muslims on New Year's Eve 2015.
Their phones contained a vast amount of extremist material, including graphic images and videos of beheadings and soldiers carrying Islamic flags.
Australian Associated Press