Moroccan police arrest Swiss-Spanish Muslim terrorist over Scandinavian tourists’ execution

BREAKING: Moroccan security forces arrest Swiss-Spanish Muslim terrorist over the double execution of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen (24) and Maren Ueland (28).

The terrorist arrested on Saturday is also suspected of ‘involvement in recruiting Moroccan and sub-Saharan nationals to carry out terrorist plots in Morocco against foreign targets and security forces in order to take hold of their service weapons’, the Central Bureau for Judicial Investigations (BCIJ) said.

Louisa Vesterager Jespersen from Denmark and her university pal Maren Ueland of Norway were found murdered near the village of Imlil in Morocco’s High Atlas mountains last Monday.

ISIS has not claimed responsibility for the terror attack, but 4 Muslim terrorists who had pledged allegiance to the terror group last week are now arrested for the murder of Jespersen and Ueland.

Swedish media under fire for playing down Scandinavian tourists' execution by Muslim terrorists in Morocco (3)

Previously recorded footage, which was authenticated by investigators, shows the Muslim terrorists pledging allegiance to ISIS leader Abu Bakr Al-Baghdadi, further confirming that the murders were an act of terrorism.

Another 9 Muslim terrorists were arrested last week by Moroccan authorities, and 6 more terrorists were arrested the past few days.

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Today’s arrest of a Swiss citizen brings the total to 20 Muslim terrorists now in custody over the murders of Louisa and Maren.

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Gruesome footage and hundreds of horrific images of the two Scandinavian backpackers have reportedly been sent to one of the victims’ mothers.

The clip is so brutal that many people who have watched it admit to having a deep impact and regret having ever played it.

Swedish national broadcaster SVT has come under fire for its coverage of the double execution of Louisa Vesterager Jespersen (24) and Maren Ueland (28) by Muslim terrorists in Morocco.

Viewers complained that the state broadcaster was more concerned by the video of the execution being spread than the brutal murders themselves.

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