Mustafa Maya Amaya -Rafael ‘El Gitano’ before converting to Islam and arrested last Monday- wanted to encourage members of his cell to attack “jointly or individually”. This has been specified by the General Information Commissariat of the National Police once Maya Amaya has returned to prison.
He had been free for a year after serving eight for recruiting men to send to fight in conflict zones. Along with him, the agents also They arrested another alleged jihadist in Fuenlabrada who had also been released recently.
Both, the Police continue, ” “they would have resumed their contacts with people related to Jihad in order to carry out violent actions jointly or individually.”.
The detainees would be persisting in their indoctrination work, especially of young people, using messaging applications to send this material, as well as to create and edit content. The judge sent them to prison this morning.
The operation, which has been developed jointly between the General Information Commissioner and the provincial information brigades of Melilla y Madridhas been coordinated by the Prosecutor’s Office of the National Court and directed by the Central Court of Instruction number 6. It has also had the support of the National Intelligence Center (CNI) and the EUROPOL Agency.