Suleiman was the new leader of the group in A Coruna, appointed by the leadership overseas. He had spoken to his people in Vigo and Santiago de Compostela. He had read them the riot act for not only murdering two innocent people, but drawing further attention to the events of 21st August. His people should have taken the men to one side and asked them questions.
When they captured the infidel, Suleiman wanted to ask him who had betrayed their group, who the informer was in their midst. Without that information, they would all be looking over their shoulders for the rest of their time here in Spain. There was a traitor – he was one hundred percent sure about that. How else was their operation foiled in this manner?
Suleiman had his suspicions, and went out into the field and follow his operative in Santiago, who had killed the man opposite the cathedral. Suleiman felt his excuse for the act sounded hollow. It was possible the Santiago operative, Ahmed, was the informer and wanted to kill the infidel to shut him up and cover his own tracks.
Before leaving, Suleiman talked to his most trusted lieutenant and asked him to journey to Vigo and shadow the operative there. All the people in the cell were now in the field, scouring and searching for the man who had upset their plans. It would only be a few days before they captured him and took him to A Coruna to answer for his crimes against God.