Mohammed Harrak's father and sister waited to see him when he made his court appearance on Thursday. | A. Sepúlveda
The arrest of a terrorist suspect
It was just before 8am on Tuesday when the national interior ministry tweeted a message that announced the arrest in Palma of a Moroccan national with close relations with DAESH, the raid on the apartment in the Son Gotleu neighbourhood having begun at 7.30am. Within moments the news was on various websites, including the Bulletin's. This was the story that dominated the week, during the course of which information came out about Mohammed Harrak: of his alleged desire to go to Syria to fight with the "Mujahideen of the Caliphate"; of his attempts at recruiting Jihadists; of his involvement with Facebook and WhatsApp groups; of his military training; even of his claim to have been working for Spanish intelligence.