“They deserved it, the true faith is Allah”pointed out the Moroccan Yasin Kanza before the agents of the National Police who arrested him last Wednesday after attacking two churches, murdering the sacristan Diego Valencia and leave several wounded. And the truth is that it was enough to see his smile at the time of the arrest to make sure that she did not show any kind of regret. Now, as she has been able to know OKDIARY Andalusia From police sources, we know that at the time of his arrest he did nothing more than repeat a sentence: “They deserved it.”
According to the same sources, the jihadist was arrested while praying in a square after assassinating Diego Valencia. After that, in his statement before the agents, all he did was repeat the same thing over and over again: “They deserved it.” Nothing more. Despite this, the left does nothing more than repeat that this tragedy should not be related to religion, despite the fact that Yasin Kanza killed shouting “Allah is great” and that, subsequently, did not show repentance some, rather the opposite.
a pro channel DAESH (Islamic State) echoed the deadly attack recorded in Algeciras (Cadiz) last Wednesday and that is being investigated in the National audience as a crime of terrorism.
Police sources underline the difference between the inclusion in this medium of allusions to what happened in algeciras and other cases in which the terrorist organization DAESH -or any other of a jihadist nature- does expressly claim the attacks in media considered to have an ‘official’ profile.
The researchers of the National Police investigate the criminal action that left a sacristan dead and four injured, including a priest, due to attacks with a large machete carried out by Yassine K, a 25-year-old Moroccan with expulsion order in force due to irregular situation in Spain.
In the order by which he authorized the search at his home, the judge of the National audience considers that the facts may constitute a crime of murder and injury with a dangerous instrument for terrorist purposes, and relates the action to the jihadist salafism. The proceedings have been declared secret and the detainee is expected to go to court next Monday.
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