Spain: Police arrest Muslim terrorist planning to blow up people on behalf of ISIS
Spanish police said on Saturday they had arrested a 23-year-old Muslim terrorist for belonging to ISIS, adding that a search of his home found explosive-making chemicals and a list of targets.
The Muslim terrorist, who was only identified as “A.A.A”, was arrested in the town of Parla, near Madrid, for incitement to commit terror attacks and terror threats.
During the raid on the terrorist’s home, the police found chemicals that could be used to make the explosive triacetone triperoxide or TATP, an unstable explosive that has been used in several terror attacks in Europe in recent years.
Police said they had also found a bulletproof vest with shrapnel attached, along with detailed notes on how to prepare explosives and a list of potential targets.
According to local sources, the terrorist threatened to attack a judge at Spain’s high court.
Police said he was responsible for the Spanish wing of Muntasir Media, which promotes ISIS and operates internationally to incite Muslim terrorists to commit massacres on behalf of ISIS.
In August 2017, a Muslim terrorist rammed a van into pedestrians on La Rambla in Barcelona, murdering 13 people and injuring at least 130 others, one of whom died 10 days later.
Nine hours after the Barcelona massacre, five Muslim terrorists members of the same terrorist cell rammed their car into pedestrians in nearby Cambrils, murdering one woman and injuring six others.