If you know where to look, it's easy to find evidence of
Spain's Islamic past: You can see it in Spanish architecture
and in the faces of the people. You can hear it in Spanish
music, especially flamenco, and in the Spanish language
Despite these undeniable historical links between Spain
and the Islamic world, Spaniards have no interest in turning
back the clock, not after their ancestors spent seven centuries
expelling the Muslim invaders who forced themselves on Spain.
However, there is one group that remains committed to such
a "reunion": Islamist radicals...