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Sunday, March 1, 2015

A jihadist network called to travel to Syria with family and childbearing Mujahideen

A jihadist network called to travel to Syria with family and childbearing Mujahideen

Jihadist leaders fraction Sham Harakat Al-Islam (Hsai), which are framed several Spanish fighters and has sworn submission to the Islamic State, have appealed to his followers in the West to move with their families to areas controlled Syria and procreate in order toensure a future generation change of the Mujahideen. This has been known in the course of laborious research carried out by the intelligence services of different countriesThe agents have found that a large part of North African jihadists, among them also find Spaniards settled recruited by networks in Ceuta and Castillejos , fighting in Syria and Iraq, eventually forming the early summer of 2013 a new group, Sham called Harakat Al-Islam (Hsai). Today would haveabout 700 terrorists fighting against the troops of the Syrian regime . This group joined not long ago, along with other factions, infront Ansar EddineAt the beginning of November 2014, its ideological leader, along with a hundred jihadists, moved to the city of Raqqa to provide oath and allegiance to the Islamic State (Daesh)According to reports held by the intelligence services, Hsai is the terrorist organization that receives and trains volunteer fighters mainly Maghreb and has its own structures recruiting and sending to conflict zones from Morocco . But what has surprised researchers is the appeal that this jihadist group has done his followers to move to Syria accompanied by their families with the aim of carrying out the "recruitment" of areas considered under its control.


Death in combat

There are other numerous group of North Africans and Spaniards would now integrated into the so-called Tarik Ibn Ziad Katiba , composed between 400 and 500 terrorists. At first they were part of the Frente Al-Nusrah. But after they were integrated into the Islamic State.The leader of this group was the coordinator of the Spanish-Moroccan jihadist sending structure to conflict zones operating between Ceuta and Castillejos . This individual died in fighting in Syria in mid-2014. A more recent report, dated last December,figure 70 the number of Spanish soldiers, or residents in our country, displaced by conflict zones . Most are male, though in recent months has detected anincrease in women and also increases the presence of minors from Spain , about a dozen. Last August, the Police detained two women on the border of Melilla as they attempted to travel to Syria, one less. A few weeks ago dismantled a network dedicated to recruit girls with the aim of turning them into sexual slaves or "jihadi warriors" . Among those arrested were four recruiters. The network had already trained twelve women.  From the outset, the jihadists from Spain have been sent to training camps of the range of Latakia in Syria, where they receive religious training, military training and then participate in combat. In this period were integrated mostly on the front Al-Nusrah, but gradually ended in the most Daesh (Islamic State) . Members of both groups of Spanish and Moroccan nationality have continued to maintain permanent contacts with individuals from both countries torecruit volunteers, logistical support and even get planning terrorist actions.

Eight operations

All this was known, among other reasons, thanks to the eight operations carried out in Spain, with the collaboration of the Alawite country against recruitment networks. A crucial collaboration.The abundant presence of Moroccan fighting in the Syrian conflict, a figure that could exceed 1,500, makes this threat has a particular impact on our country given the relative permeability of the Moroccan-Spanish border. It also affects persistence in northern Morocco and the Spanish cities of Ceuta and Melilla harvesting structures jihadist cells to Syria and the presence of a large colony of Moroccan immigrants in Spain. In addition, large areas of concentration, a circumstance that could be exploited by returning fighters to hinder his arrest. 

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