Adiós a los malos desperdicios
The Spanish government should be paying their way to Syria.
Rachid Wahbi was a taxi driver in Ceuta, but in April last year he bade farewell to his 24-year-old wife, Sanaa. A video released posthumously shows Rachid wearing military gear and clutching a Kalashnikov assault rifle. It ends with footage of him driving a truck laden with explosives into a Syrian army barracks. The effect in Ceuta is a siren call to disaffected youth.
Intelligence service reports state that the 95 jihadists traveled to Syria from Catalonia, Madrid, Málaga, Alicante, Ceuta and Melilla. “Almost all of them with the firm determination not to come back, according to their friends,” says an anti-terrorism officer. Those who do come back, trained in weapons and explosives and under the orders of Al Qaeda, are the ones who concern the security forces.
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