Poisoning the Drinking Water of the Spanish Kuffar

Update: Commenters have supplied several English-language links and articles about this story. Click through to the comments to read more.

A reader just sent us this brief news summary from Spain:

It’s interesting that there has been no English-language coverage of this item yet, despite publicity about it in Spain, Portugal, France and Italy.

It’s about a jihadi who was convicted for planning to poison the drinking water supply in Spain — particularly at campgrounds, playgrounds and parks where kuffar tourists are likely to be found. Translation of the comments section would indicate that the Spanish are no more enamoured of their Islamic invaders than other ethnic Europeans.

There isn’t much info (that I could find) on the exact charge for which the conviction was given, nor on sentencing. That may come out later or be found elsewhere — I didn’t have time to dig extensively, just thought it was interesting that it had not been covered in English.

This is indeed an intriguing story. I’ll post any further news about it as it arrives.

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  1. Al Qaeda suspect ‘plotted to poison water’: Spanish judge

    MADRID: An Al-Qaeda suspect plotted to poison tourists’ water supplies to avenge the killing of Osama bin Laden, a Spanish judge said Saturday as he remanded the man in custody.

    Abdellatif Aoulad Chiba, a 36-year-old Moroccan, had gone so far as to obtain manuals on poisons, toxins and explosives on jihadist websites, the judge said.

    Police swooped soon after the suspect appeared to be saying farewell to his wife.

    Chiba’s online comments on jihadist websites “expressed a clear desire to carry out an attack against ‘infidels’ by poisoning human water supplies”, he said in a written ruling.

    The online comments indicated that he wanted to strike “at camp sites and tourist resorts”, most likely in Spain, said the judge of the National Court, Spain’s highest authority for hearing terrorist cases.

    “The risk increased after he entered in contact with other users of the forum who supplied him with manuals on how to make and use poisons, toxins and explosives.”

    Police arrested Chiba on Wednesday in the southern town of Linea de la Concepcion.

    He was remanded in custody Saturday on suspicion of conspiracy to commit a terrorist killing and of being a member of a terrorist organisation. Formal charges have not yet been laid.

    In one online post found by police he swore his allegiance to Al-Qaeda’s North African offshoot, Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb.

    The suspect had “expressed his intention to continue the organisation’s efforts to avenge the death of Osama bin Laden and other key members of Al-Qaeda”, the court said.

    “It is considered probable that all the actions carried out by Abdellatif Aoulad could be the steps taken according to a plan whose goal could be to carry out a terrorist act,” the judge said.

    Chiba called for attacks to be carried out in Europe and the United States in the online postings but the court said the plot to poison water supplies “probably concerned Spain since that is where he lives”.

    In one post he wrote on August 11, he urged members of the jihadi forum “to kill the enemies in the heart of Europe and the USA – attack their houses, poison their water, set off explosives in their markets and the places where they meet”.

    Police found information about poison and water deposits on his computer, the court said.

    Chiba telephoned his wife in Girona, northeastern Spain, in the early hours of August 12, the ruling said.

    “During the conversation he did not discuss any topic which would justify the urgency of calling at this hour,” the court said.

    “But between the lines you can detect a need to express his love in what appeared to be a tacit farewell.”

    Al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb claims allegiance to the global extremist network. It carries out attacks and kidnappings and runs smuggling routes in the Sahel region that spans north Africa.

    Spain suffered its worst terror attack on March 11, 2004 when bombs exploded on packed commuter trains in Madrid, killing 191 people and wounding 1,841 others in a strike by a local cell of Islamic extremists carried out in the name of Al-Qaeda.

    Twenty-one people, mostly Moroccans, were convicted of involvement in the attacks.


  2. What I fear is that these bastards learn to keep their boastful lying lips hushed, and carry out their acts without fanfare or glory. That is what we should fear.
    Fortunately, they are always going to lie and boast and announce to the world they’re gonna do this or that, and then they get arrested…most of the time. Sooner or later, they will have to change this behavior, and learn to be quiet. It’s just a matter of time before they learn that lesson.

  3. The question, Jewel, is whether the public will wake up (and do whatever it takes to override the treasonous elites) before they learn to shut up.

    I have my doubts about Muslims’ ability to shut up.  First, Islam’s emphasis on rote copying of behavior does not promote subtlety.  Second, the need to be quiet conflicts with the command to prosyletize.  Keeping quiet about what you’re doing does not make for good da’wa, especially when you think you’ve just earned 72 virgins.

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