Moroccan man arrested in Majorca over alleged ISIS links
A Moroccan man claimed to have strong links to the Islamic State group and alleged to be pushing for attacks to be carried out in Spain and elsewhere in Europe has been arrested by Spanish police.
A statement said the man was arrested on Tuesday in Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the Mediterranean island of Majorca, where he lived.
It said the detainee poses "a clear threat to national security" given that he used the internet to promote recruitment for IS, help send potential combatants abroad and encourage attacks in Spain and elsewhere in Europe. It said he maintained close contact with IS leaders in Syria.
Spanish police have arrested dozens of suspected jihadi recruiters in recent years.