Wednesday, 27 June 2012

It was only a few days ago I was posting about the Mohammedan-infested Spanish exclaves of Ceuta and Melilla, predicting they will be the site of Kosovo-like insurgencies within a few decades. Maybe I got the timescale wrong.
Two Islamists ‘capable of terrorist attacks of special brutality’, have been arrested in Spain’s North African enclave of Melilla.

The two are Spanish and aged 25 and 30, have been named as Nabil Mohamed Chaib and Rachid Abdelah Mohamed, and are accused of torturing and killing two companions who had distanced themselves from the orthodox religion imposed in the group.

The cell contains a majority of Spanish residents of Maghreb origin who are based in Melilla, and Moroccan residents based in Farhana, Morocco.

The group recruits and indoctrinates youngsters and then sends them to training camps.

The Minister of the Interior, Jorge Fernández Díaz, said the two arrested were especially dangerous and now what needed to be done was to establish the reach of the group. The National Police have been questioning the parents of the two, who will be transferred to Madrid this, Wednesday, afternoon.

The operation be being directed by Judge Eloy Velasco in Instruction Court 6 of the National Court.
Source: TypicallySpanish H/T: Maria José


Maria José said...

Dejar la secta del odio cuesta la muerte

Abandonar la secta Takfir Wal Hijra (Anatema y Exilio), la más clandestina y radical del yihadismo puede costar la muerte. Fátima Mohand Abdelkader, de 21 años, una joven melillense, lo hizo con la ayuda de su novio y este acabó muerto en los bosques de Buyafar (Cabo Chico), en Marruecos, a diez minutos en coche desde su barrio de La Cañada en Melilla.



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