Al-Qaeda threatens attacks in Italy, Spain

Al-Qaeda threatens attacks in Italy, Spain

PanARMENIAN.Net - Terrorist organization al-Qaeda in the Islamic Maghreb issued Thursday, January 7, a video, threatening to conduct terrorist attacks in Naples, Rome and Madrid, LNR Media reports citing Agency Europa Press.

"Today, they are on our land, but the blessing of God the day will come when we will strike them on their land: in Naples, Rome, Madrid," says the video.

The video contains footage of the members of the group in Mali, said the Agency. Among NCDs is identified citizen of Spain originally from Melilla, who took the Islamic name Abu al-Nur al-Andalusi.

Video run time is 13 minutes. It uses footage from already committed terrorist acts. Spanish security forces are studying this video.

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