The Islamic State has ordered their jihadi “wolves” to attack Spain, targeting the country’s churches and security agencies. Despite the pandemic, anti-terrorist sources warn that an attack in the West is likely, and Spain is one of their principal targets.
ISIS continues to threaten that they will reclaim Al-Andalus, and is urging their soldiers hiding in Spain to attack. For years, the Islamic State and other jihadists groups have called on Muslims to reconquer al-Andalus,
Al-Andalus is the Arabic name given to those parts of Spain, Portugal and France occupied by Muslim conquerors (also known as the Moors) from 711 to 1492. Many Muslims believe that territories Muslims lost during the Christian Reconquest of Spain still belong to the realm of Islam. They claim that Islamic law gives them the right to re-establish Muslim rule there.
In Islam, any territory that has been conquered by Muslims is forever considered an Islamic province. Muslims claim this gives them a legal right to apply whatever means necessary to take their land, should non-muslim locals ever regain control.
Below are a few examples of the propaganda released by Islamic terrorists throughout the years threatening to “take back Spain”.
On January 31 2017, Islamic State released an eight-minute video in which one of its Spanish jihadists warned Spain that it would “pay a very heavy price” for expelling Muslims from al-Andalus.
Jihadists in Spain launched a social media campaign in 2014 aimed at generating support for the Islamic State,
Islamic State mentions Spain four times in its video on Ramadan in 2016. The recording recalls some of the great Caliphate conquests in Al Andalus and calls to relive that era.
Spain’s left-wing government led by Pedro Sánchez appears unwilling to stop the daily onslaught of illegal migrants pouring into the country. Not only has the socialist-leader contributed taxpayer money to left-wing organizations flooding Spain with the potentially dangerous migrants, but has been caught illegally distributing them throughout the country.
Recently, three jihadists were arrested in Barcelona as they were preparing an attack on the country. The ISIS terrorists illegally arrived in Almeria by boat last summer. Months earlier, Abdel Bary, a dangerous jihadist, was arrested after invading Algeria on a boat.
Despite anti-terrorist units warning the government of the threats by Islamic terrorists, they have refused to close their borders, properly vet illegals or deport the potential threats.