, August 2, 2012 (thanks to David)
The two other suspects were travelling on a bus from Cadiz on Spain's Atlantic coast to Irun near the French border when they were seized in a lay-by near Almuradiel by a police special operations group, Mr Diaz said.
Continue reading the main storyThe date 11 March 2004 is etched into the memories of Spanish people - the day four commuter trains were bombed in Madrid, killing 191.Most of the 21 found guilty over those bombings were Moroccans.Since then more than 400 people suspected of links with "Islamist terrorist groups", as the Spanish authorities call them, have been arrested in Spain.Groups inspired by al-Qaeda have tried to use Spain's history as propaganda when trying to recruit people for attacks.Al-Qaeda videos have often referred to the recovery of "Al-Andalus". That recalls the Moorish domination of Spain for nearly eight centuries, until the victory of Christian monarchs in 1492.
THEY NEED TO BE EXECUTED!! SO THAT THEY CANNOT MAKE ANOTHER PLAN AND MAYBE SUCCEED NEXT TIME!!