Friday, May 11, 2018

April 2007: Spain and Al Qaeda



A post from April 2007:

Let's go back to March 2004.

PM Rod-Zapatero of Spain pulled his country's troops from Iraq. It was greeted by most Spaniards as a step forward and a way of isolating their country from Al Qaeda.

Wonder what the Spaniards are thinking today? Spain's security agency has just published a shocking report. 

See Security says al Qaeda group active in Spain:
"Spain's security service has warned the government that Spain and France are most in danger of being attacked by a north African wing of al Qaeda and that the group is active in Spain, El Pais reported on Sunday.Quoting recent reports from intelligence service CNI, El Pais said members of the newly named al Qaeda Organisation in the Islamic Maghreb were working in Spain to raise money and recruit fighters to send to Iraq and training camps in Africa.
The CNI report said the organisation, formerly known as the Salafist Group for Preaching and Combat (GSPC), could absorb other groups in Morocco, Libya, Tunisia, and that they would be more dangerous united than if they were working individually.Nobody at the government or interior ministry was immediately available to comment on the report."
What's going on?

PM Rod-Zapatero does not understand the mind of a terrorist.

In other words, terrorists see you as weak or strong. They do not see you as pro or anti-Iraq War. They don't give a four letter word that you think of Pres. Bush.

For a terrorist, you either fight or you don't.

Terrorists think that Pres. Bush is cowboy. That's right. He is a cowboy who won't mind using his guns, F-16s and aircraft carriers.

Terrorists think that PM Rod-Zapatero is weak. This is why they see Spain as a soft target.

Wake up Europe.

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