Muslims Trying to Islamize Spain

(Gatestone Institute) Soeren Kern - Spanish police on the island of Mallorca arrested a German national of Tunisian descent on June 13 after he repeatedly threatened to carry out terror attacks in the name of Allah. On June 12, police in Barcelona arrested five Tunisian jihadists for "inciting Islamist terrorism" after they shared 400 videos on social networks of speeches of al-Qaeda leaders Osama bin Laden and Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, as well as footage of summary executions, terrorist attacks and tutorials on bomb-making. On May 10, police in Gibraltar deported to Spain a Turkish member of al-Qaeda, Cengiz Yalcin, who had been arrested in Spain in August 2012 for plotting to drop explosives from remote-controlled airplanes onto a shopping mall in Gibraltar during the 2012 London Olympics. A police raid on Yalcin's apartment in 2012 yielded enough explosives "to blow up a bus," as well as three motorized para-gliders. Parts of Spain, Portugal and France were occupied by Muslim conquerors (also known as the Moors) from 711 to 1492. Many Muslims believe that these territories still belong to them, and that they have every right to return and establish their rule there.

2013-06-28 00:00:00

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