Suspected Isis Recruiters Arrested in Ibiza
Popular vacation destination, Ibiza may be playing host to unwelcome ISIS recruiters according to the Spanish government. Lizzie Dearden from The Independent has the details.This article originally appeared on The Independent
Two suspected Isis recruiters have been arrested in Ibiza as part of a crackdown on supporters of the terror group in Spain.
Police detained the suspects, both Moroccan-born imams, on the Mediterranean island famous for its clubbing scene on Tuesday.
The Spanish interior ministry said another Moroccan man was arrested on Wednesday on charges of spreading Isis propaganda and glorifying terror attacks.
The suspect, identified only by the initials AB, was detained in the northern town of Calahorra and had links to another Moroccan man called Salim Aghmir, who was arrested in Pamplona in December.