22/06/2013

Spanish interior minister dismantled terrorist network

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Spanish interior minister: dismantled terrorist network sent 50 terrorists to fight in Syria 

Jun 22, 2013
 
Spain's Interior Minister Jorge Fernandez Diaz revealed that al-Qaeda-linked terrorist network which was dismantled on Friday sent 50 terrorists to carry out terrorist operations in Syria.

At a press conference, the Spanish interior minister explained that the network has two bases; the first is located in Spain and the second in Morocco, pointing out that among the terrorists who were sent to Syria, there were some persons underage.

The minister added that investigations revealed that this group was linked to Jabhat al-Nusra which is affiliated with al-Qaeda, adding that the group sent  terrorists to several European countries in order to be transferred to Syria.

He stressed that this group sent tens of terrorists who took part in suicide attacks in Syria, warning that this network is similar to other networks operating in European countries which are sending Jihadists to Syria.

Diaz pointed out that the 8 terrorists was transferred via a helicopter to Madrid where they will be prosecuted.

Earlier, the Spanish Interior Ministry announced dismantling a network affiliated with al-Qaeda composed of 8 terrorists who had been sending fighters to the armed terrorist groups  in Syria.

F.Allafi

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21/06/2013

Latest News Syria: Spain

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Spain Dismantles al-Qaeda linked terrorist network responsible for sending fighters to Syria 

Jun 21, 2013
 

Spanish security forces on Friday broke up an Al-Qaeda-linked network in north Africa suspected of sending fighters to Syria, arresting eight people in early morning raids.

In a statement to Agence France Presse, Spanish Interior Ministry said : " We have broken up a network responsible for sending combatants to Al-Qaeda-linked terrorist groups operating in Syria,"

The network, operating in Ceuta and the neighbouring Moroccan town of Fnideq, sent dozens of combatants , some minors, to Syria, the ministry said.

It added that the dismantled Spanish-Moroccan network was, according to police investigations, responsible for sending jihadists to groups affiliated with Al Qaeda in Syria,"

"Some of them would have carried out suicide attacks while others would have been incorporated into training camps prior to carrying out armed action," the ministry said.

Security forces confirmed that several "jihadists" were waiting to travel from Spain to Syria, it added.

The Spanish official statement didn't describe the terrorist groups in Syria as an opposition since it includes foreign mercenaries linked to al-Qaeda.

It refuted the alleged mottos of such groups to carry out commands and dictates of the West for targeting Syria. Dismantling this network also coincides with the continued controversy about the Anglo-French unbridled desire to send more Weapons to the armed terrorist groups in Syria after the European Union's decision to end the embargo on arms supplies to the so-called opposition.

European Union governments are showing growing alarm over the potential security threat posed by the hundreds of young Europeans believed to be fighting alongside rebels in Syria.

Ghossoun /

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19/06/2013

Latest News Syria: Algeria and Spain

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Algeria and Spain stress on political solution in Syria

Jun 19, 2013

Algeria and Spain reiterated their support to a political solution to the crisis in Syria.

AFP quoted Algerian Foreign Minister, Mourad Medelci, as saying in a joint press conference with his Spanish counterpart, Jose Manuel Garcia-Margallo, that the language of violence is negative and the only calls now are for starting dialogue.

For his part the Spanish Foreign Minister stressed that there can not be a military solution to the crisis, asserting that the solution should be through dialogue.

He expressed hope that the international conference on Syria in Geneva would reach a political solution to the crisis in Syria and a dialogue among the Syrians to curb the acts of violence.

H. Zain/ H. Said

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16/05/2013

Latest News Syria: Syrian Students in Spain

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Syrian Students in Spain Express Support to Syria

May 15, 2013

The National Union of Syrian Students-Spain branch, in cooperation with the Syrian embassy in Spain, organized on Wednesday a solidarity stand in support of Syria against the conspiracy and condemning the latest Israeli aggression.

The participants denounced the Israeli aggression on Syria, considering it an attempt to save the mercenary terrorists who are falling under the strikes of the Syrian Arab army who is gaining ground, which struck terror in the hearts of terrorists.

The participants stressed support to their motherland and faith in the Syrian leadership's ability to steer Syria to the shores of safety, affirming that crises will only sharpen the resolve of the Syrian people and strengthen their national unity.

M. Ismael 

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