US-israel backed ISIS Terrorist Known as ‘Salami Jihadi’, 13 Others Arrested in Spain
A terror suspect known as ‘the Salami Jihadi’ has been arrested in Spain, accused of running an ISIS recruitment network.
Moroccan-born Abdeladim Achriaa, a long-time resident of Spain, was arrested along with 13 others in a police operation targeting ISIS sympathizers in Spain and Morocco.
The 26-year-old self-proclaimed terrorist is accused of recruiting foreign fighters to ‘carry out massacres and create a climate of mass panic and instability’.
Police seized the accused ISIS recruiter in the small town of San Martin de la Vega, south of Madrid, as part of a joint Spanish-Moroccan operation on Tuesday.
A further 13 terror suspects were seized in the operation, including Achriaa’s father-in-law.
It has been reported that a further five of his brothers-in-law, all siblings of his partner Hafsa Azaoum, have travelled to fight with ISIS in Syria.
Two of these are said to have died in combat.
When asked why his relatives had travelled to Syria, Achriaa responsed: “To fight and to die.”
The ‘Salami Jihadi’ title comes from one of Achriaa’s several Facebook profiles, on which he used the bizarre nickname.