The Spanish government tried to throw Abdelbaki Es Satty, 42, out of the country in 2014 after he served a sentence for drug smuggling.
But a judge said two EU directives gave Es Satty the right to stay in the country – because he did not pose a “serious threat”.
After the failed attempt to deport him, Es Satty went on to brainwash members of the cell who carried out two terror attacks in Barcelona and nearby Cambrils earlier this month.
In the wake of jihad slaughter, why do Muslims attack the victims and intended target of jihad? Why don’t Muslims self-reflect and call for the purge of the violent texts and teachings in the Quran and Hadith?
And the media’s complicity in advancing this specious narrative is appalling and destructive. Aiding and abetting.