Two prisoners linked to Islamic terror arrested

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23 March 2005, CEUTA-Police have arrested two prisoners for alleged links to Islamic terrorism in a prison in Spain's north African enclave Ceuta.

23 March 2005

CEUTA-Police have arrested two prisoners for alleged links to Islamic terrorism in a prison in Spain's north African enclave Ceuta.

The Spanish Ministry of the Interior said police had also seized a large quantity of documents in Arabic, French and Spanish which were found in their cell.

These documents were being analysed after the arrests on Tuesday night.

They named the two prisoners as Redouan Ben Fraima, 40, who is Moroccan and Redouan Ahmed Alí, 23, who was born in Ceuta.

They were both serving sentences at a jail in Ceuta for offences unconnected with terrorism.

A judge authorized a raid on the cell which the two prisoners were sharing in the jail in Ceuta.

The latest arrests bring the number of people detained this year in connection with Islamic terrorism to 11.

[Copyright EFE with Expatica]

Subject: Spanish news

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