Madrid bomb suspect groomed recruits: Italy trial

An Egyptian accused of helping plan the Madrid train bombings in 2004 indoctrinated young people in Spain and advocated martyrdom, an Italian investigator told a court on Friday. Former army member Rabei Osman Sayed Ahmed, also known as “Mohamed the Egyptian,” sat quietly inside a cage in the Milan court as the investigator accused him of advocating jihad and cheering the execution of American hostage Nick Berg in

Iraq. “Rabei’s activity in Spain was to indoctrinate the young people,” Bruno Megale, a Milan anti-terrorist investigator, told the court. Full Story

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