March 11, 2004 Al Qaeda attacks Madrid

Spain had sent troops to Afghanistan to help fight the U.S. “War on Terror” and was holding a Presidential election in the upcoming days.    The opposition candidate wanted Spain to withdraw it’s support for the U.S., the incumbent President was supportive of the U.S and the war.   After this coordinated bomb attack on the Madrid subway system, the anti-war candidate won the election and Spain pulled out of Iraq.

You can see a video report here.

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2 Responses to March 11, 2004 Al Qaeda attacks Madrid

  1. letfo1n says:

    Yes very interestinbg picture the man on the train is he deceased sitting up as I looked behind him and there seems to be himself ghost image black and white. Is this a ghost I cannot zoom in?

  2. Yes, indeed there is someone behind that person, but i certanly don’t think it is a ghost. It think it might be a rescue team looking inside the train to find any living bodies.

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