Salafia Jihadia as a network of loosely-affiliated Salafist groups, which include al Hijra Wattakfir, Attakfir Bidum Hijra, Assirat al Mustaqim, Ansar al Islam, and the Moroccan Afghans.Three groups claimed responsibility for the 2004 train bombing in Madrid but it is uncertain if any of the three groups were actually responsible: Abu Nayaf al-Afghani, Abu Hafs al-Masri Brigades, andSalafia Jihadia.VideoVideo: 2011
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