Spanish police seizes 20,000 Islamic State and Nusra Front uniforms


Spanish police officers guard the residence of one of the four alleged Jihadists who were arrested early 23 February 2016 in the Spansih enclave of Ceuta in Africa. Three Spanish men were arrested in Ceuta and another Morrocan suspect in Nador, Morocco, during a joint Spanish-Moroccan counter-Jihad police operation. All of them are accused of recruiting and sending militants to join the Islamic State Jihadist organization in Siria and Iraq as well as followers willing to attack Spain and Morocco.

The Spanish Interior Ministry announced the seizures of the military uniforms on Thursday. The operation took place in the port cities of Valencia and Algeciras.

The Spanish police seized 20,000 Islamic State (IS) and Nusra Front military uniforms, in operations conducted in the port cities of Valencia and Algeciras.

Spain’s interior ministry announced the outcome of the anti-terrorist operations on Thursday saying that the operations took place in February. The police authorities opened three shipping containers and found inside the uniforms and other military accessories. Seven people were also arrested on suspicion of providing logistical and finan...

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