Morocco dismantles terrorist cell in Tangier and Fez.

The Central Bureau of investigation (BCIJ) yesterday dismantled a terrorist cell consisting of eight pro-Daesh persons in the cities Fes and Tangier.

This reports the Ministry of Home Affairs in a statement today. According to the information in the statement are two of the arrested persons previously detained in a related terrorism case, when security forces in Morocco dismantled a cell which was led by a French citizen in 2003.The members of the cell that was dismantled yesterday were in the possession of unlicensed weapons, ammunition, knives and suspicious hazardous chemicals. There are also manuscripts found in which followers of Islam commissioned a bloody form of jihad.The Ministry confirmed that elements of the cell had connections with Daesh fighters on the ground in Iraq and Syria and the cell facilitated the transfer of Moroccan volunteers to the battlefields in Daesh area. The Group also provided financial support for the Daesh's recruitment process.All eight members of the cell will appear for the Moroccan court once the investigation is complete, added the statement.