The jihad against the Jews is commanded by the quran. Islamic Jew-hatred. Obama say, "respect it!"
You'll notice that the media uses the term "Moroccan" as code for Muslim (i.e. "Asian," "youth," "immigrant," "immigrant youth," all codespeak in the media for Muslim). Suspect is 20 years old, born in Morocco, but has lived in Italy since he was 6 years old.
Italy arrests Muslim over Milan synagogue 'plot' BBC (hat tip David W.)The man arrested in Italy allegedly had maps of the synagogue's security on his computer, Reuters said
A man aged 20 has been arrested in northern Italy on suspicion of plotting an attack on a synagogue in Milan.
The suspect, described as Moroccan-born, was said to have had details of the synagogue and plans for an attack on his computer.
Police in London said a 40-year-old woman was also arrested on suspicion of collecting information useful to terrorism.Woman, 40, arrested in London terror raid as police probe 'secret Facebook plot to blow up Italian synagogue' Daily Mail
- Police believe she was in contact with Moroccan who allegedly planned attack on Milan synagogue
- He was arrested in Italy after creating carefully guarded groups on Facebook
- Woman has been held for questioning
By Emma Reynolds March 2012 | UPDATED: 10:52 EST, 15 March 2012
A 40-year-old woman was arrested in a London terror raid today as Scotland Yard investigated an alleged secret Facebook plot to blow up an Italian synagogue.
Police swooped on her South London home before dawn and she has been held for questioning over extremist material posted online.
Italian detectives said she may have been in contact with a 20-year-old Moroccan accused of making a 'detailed plan' for a terror attack on the Via della Guastalla in Milan.
'Target': Italian detectives believe the woman may have been in contact with a man involved in an alleged terror plot to attack Via Della Guastalla synagogue in Milan
The man arrested in Brescia, northern Italy, was using his 'exceptional' computer skills to create 'super-secret' groups on Facebook to plot the atrocity, according to Italian police.
Officers in London said they were liaising with their Italian counterparts to establish any links, but the woman is not thought to be directly involved in the alleged attack plot.
She was held under Section 58 of the Terrorism Act on suspicion of 'possessing a document or record containing information of a kind likely to be useful to a person committing or preparing an act of terrorism.'
Suspect: Mohamed Jarmoune is suspected of setting up hidden Facebook groups that could be accessed only through a complicated system of controls
The Moroccan suspect is thought to have created groups on the social network site that could be accessed only through a complicated system of controls, said Italian police.
Officers in Brescia said the man had been living in the province since the age of six and 'had the job of training people in the use of weapons and explosives for terror operations'.
A Scotland Yard statement said: 'Officers from the MPS (Metropolitan Police Service) Counter Terrorism Command have arrested a 40-year-old woman on suspicion of offences contrary to Section 58 of the Terrorism Act 2000 today.
'The woman was arrested in south London at about 4.30am and taken to a local police station where she remains in custody.
'A search warrant was executed at a residential premises in connection with the arrest, and a search continues.'
Italian police allegedly found a document saved on the arrested man's computer 'noting every detail in view of the planned attack on the Milan synagogue: security measures that were in place, police on duty, possible obstacles and possible access routes'.
The officers said in a statement: 'In this online arena, members could share instructions on how to assemble explosive devices, what chemical ingredients could be bought and the use of weapons.
Probe: Brescia's police chief Lucio Carluccio, centre, spoke about the arrest during a news conference today
'Anti-terrorism officers intercepted a message from the Moroccan in which he spoke of a "Jihad mission".'
Police said they were aware the Moroccan could have accomplices, including abroad.
'Parallel investigations are under way in England and the United States, where there are people who were in contact with the man over the internet,' the statement said.
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