He released the other 12 suspects but said they must report regularly to courts near their homes.
The detainees are alleged to have recruited people who would later be sent to places of Islamic' conflict, either to be martyrs, through suicide attacks, or as members of insurgent terrorist groups in Iraq, Chechnya (or) Kashmir ..., Andreu said in the order. The six remanded in custody included the alleged leader of the group, a 25-year-old Iraqi known as Abu Sufian, and the Belarus-born Andrei Misiura who was arrested in Palma and, according to the Interior Ministry and the KGB, has trained in Chechnya and is an expert in chemical weapons. The Belarus, who had been under 24-hour police surveillance since he arrived in the Balearics, has been arrested on three previous occasions in Germany, Portugal and Italy and is wanted by a number of Europe's security forces. Andreu said Abu Sufian had met al Qaeda's leader in Iraq, Abu Musab al-Zarqawi, and recruited people for his organisation. He said the investigation focused on a mosque in the southern Spanish city of Malaga frequented by people with radical Islamist beliefs.
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