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Italy: Jihadist Arrested in Rome, Police raids in Milan, Palermo, Cagliari, Cuneo and Salerno

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As Obama moves to step up the release of jihadists and murderers in the cause of Islam, Europe is waking up. Bravo.

Suspected Islamic militant arrested in Italy  April 23, 2012 Europe Online (hat tip David)

Rome (dpa) – Police in Italy on Monday arrested a man and carried out searches in several cities and towns in an operation targeting suspected Muslim extremists who post and share militant propaganda on the internet, media reports said.

The man, who was detained in the central city of Pesaro, was described as a 28-year-old Italian citizen who had converted to Islam, the ANSA news agency said.

Police searches also took place in Milan, Palermo, Cagliari, Cuneo and Salerno.

The operation was linked to the arrest last month in the northern city of Brescia of a Morrocan [Muslim]  man who authorities believe may have been planning or inciting a possible attack on a synagogue in Milan.

Detailed photographs and maps of the Jewish house of worship were reportedly found on the man‘s computer.

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