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Spain: A group of radicalized Moroccans dismembered in prison

Spanish police dismantled a group of five radicalized prisoners who operated in two detention centers. The accused, all Moroccans, were involved in recruiting other detainees in two Spanish prisons to join the terrorist organization Daesh and commit attacks after their release.

Aged between 25 and 68 years old, they have been serving prison sentences since 2013 for offenses against public health, in the prisons of Madrid III (Valdemoro) and Mansilla de las Mulas (Leon North West). The group is led by a “leader” who promised large sums of money to convince the other members, the police said.

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