In the Spanish Army, being both soldier and Muslim translates to suspicion

The Spanish Army is facing discrimination complaints coming from Muslims soldiers. Any soldiers that show sympathy or proximity with radicals or Islamists will be kept under close surveillance. Thirty percent of the 8,000 soldiers deployed in Ceuta and Melilla are Muslims; for most of them, being in the army it is a valid career path. General Luis Gómez-Hortiguela, ex-General Commander of Ceuta, has denied all accusations.

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