EXPLOSIVES Members of Fahsi's cell who lived at Es Satty's old flat included suicide bomber Belgacem Bellil, who drove a truck full of explosives into an Italian military base in Iraq, killing 28, in 2003.
Fahsi was convicted after Spanish police proved he had raised money for jihadis travelling to the Middle East.
When they smashed Fahsi's terror cell in 2006 at Es Satty's former flat, police found documents about radical Islam.
Fahsi's wife, Khadija Podd, was a teacher in Nottingham who had converted to Islam in 1996 before meeting her husband in Spain.
Father-of-three Mr Fahsi, 43, was granted residency in Britain in 2005 after marrying Nottingham primary school teacher Khadija Podd (left).
Fahsi was accused of being a member of the Moroccan Combatants Islamic Group, an Al Qaeda affiliated terror cell banned in the UK and US.
Suicide Fahsi was also linked by detectives to suicide bomber Bellil Belgacem who carried out an attack in the Iraqi town of Nasiriya in 2003 that left 18 people dead and scores injured.