Ceuta is in the mind of the terrorist jihadist

11 May 2012

Coming from Seville, Professor at the University Pablo de Olavide, Manuel Ricardo Torres Soriano[1], offered yesterday at the UNED a conference on the danger of terrorist organizations where he answered some questions about this subject:

Q -Do Ceuta and Melilla have to be especially concerned?
A- Terrorism affects mainly Algeria, which has numerous criminal organizations, then it is true that there are terrorist activities in Morocco and Mauritania but with less intensity. Ceuta and Mellia is part of these organizations radical discourse as a vindication and as an attempt to legitimize their aspirations expelling the alleged Western invasion of a territory they consider Islamic.
Q- What role must Spain play?
A – There must be cooperation among democratic countries, wherever part of the world they are from, and all together we may reach a successful conclusion.