ISIL network broken up in coordinated raids

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TEN people linked to the Islamic State in Spain and Morocco have been arrested in an internationally coordinated operation which took place on Sunday October 4

The Spanish National Police in conjunction with the DGST (Moroccan counter-subversion unit) raided locations in Toledo, Badalona, Xeraco (Valencia) and Casablanca (Morocco) and have detained 10 people associated with the Islamic State, who are allegedly part of a recruitment network for  terrorists involved in indoctrination and the sending of recruits from Europe.

According to the Spanish Interior Ministry, “the detainees were part of a network of recruitment, tasked with indoctrination and the sending of foreign fighters to join the ranks of the terrorist organization DAESH, on the Syrian-Iraqi region which remains under its control”.

“The operation was ordered by the Office of the High Court No. 5 in Spain as part of an ongoing investigation.”  The Ministry said.

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