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The modern Salafi–jihadi movement formed during the Afghan jihad.
At the center of the probe is a mysterious imam, Abdelbaki Es Satty, who went from trafficking people and drugs to secretly preaching jihad to young Muslims in northeastern Spain.
Both were radicalized in the United States and discussed jihad in private messages to each other.
Prosecutors say his interest in jihad, terrorist attacks and terrorist organizations vastly influenced his plans.
Spain, and specifically Catalonia, has long been known to house groups linked to jihad and terrorism groups.
Prosecutors argued that Gregerson deserved a stiff punishment for allegedly plotting jihad on behalf of the Islamic State and stockpiling an arsenal of weapons in his home.
The returning trio brought with them a combined century of experience in jihad.
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