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Cablegate: Visas Viper Submission

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UNCLAS MADRID 001182

SIPDIS

VISAS VIPER

DEPT FOR CA/VO/L/C AND INR/IC/TIPOFF

E.O. 12958: N/A
TAGS: CVIS KVPR PTER ASEC CMGT PINR PREL
(ALMALLAH DABAS, MOUTAZ)
SUBJECT: VISAS VIPER SUBMISSION

1. POST WISHES TO SUBMIT AND/OR UPDATE THE FOLLOWING
NAME AND INFORMATION IN CLASS IN ACCORDANCE WITH VIPER
PROCEDURES:

2. SPANISH PRESS OF MARCH 20, 2005 REPORTED THE
ARREST BY SCOTLAND YARD IN LONDON, U.K. OF MOUTAZ
ALMALLAH, DABAS, A SYRIAN NATURALIZED SPANISH CITIZEN,
WANTED BY THE SPANISH AUTHORITIES FOR HIS ASSOCIATION
WITH THE CASABLANCA AND MADRID TERRORIST ATTACKS.
MOUTAZ HAS BEEN A RESIDENT OF THE UNITED KINGDOM SINCE
2002. PREVIOUSLY HE RESIDED IN SPAIN AND ACQUIRED
SPANISH NATIONALITY. SPANISH POLICE INVESTIGATORS
BELIEVE HE WAS AWARE OF THE PREPARATIONS FOR THE
CASABLANCA AND MADRID TERRORIST ATTACKS.

3. NAME: ALMALLAH DABAS, MOUTAZ

- GENDER: MALE
- DPOB: 39 YEARS OLD, SYRIA
- HAS SYRIAN AND SPANISH NATIONALITIES
- CLASS: POSITIVE UNDER DABBAS, MUTAZ AL MALLAH

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