The forever never ending Holy War
MILAN (AP) — Italian police arrested a Moroccan man early Thursday on suspicion of plotting an attack against a Milan synagogue.
Italian anti-terrorism investigators identified the suspect from Internet traffic, including a Facebook page on how to assemble explosives and references in other contexts to holy war, or jihad, a term often used by Islamic extremists against the West.
Authorities confiscated two flags emblazoned with Nazi swastikas at the suspect’s residence, along with computers, USB drives, detailed descriptions of how to build a car bomb and the quantities of chemicals needed to make an explosive.
The suspect appeared to have taken pains to avoid scrutiny, not associating with Islamic fundamentalists and urging users of his Facebook page not to post religious material.