People holding banners that read in Spanish: "Peace" shout slogans during a protest against the bombing in Syria and Iraq, in Madrid, Saturday, Nov. 28, 2015. (AP Photo/Francisco Seco)
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Spaniards are divided on whether Spain should take part in the international military campaign in Syria against ISIS, with just over half, 54, percent, opposed, a poll published Sunday showed.The poll – carried out after the Nov. 13 suicide bomb and shootings in Paris – also found that 83 percent of Spaniards believed a Paris-style attack could happen in Spain, suggesting that national security could emerge as a theme for a Dec. 20 general election.Another poll published Saturday in the conservative daily La Razon showed 69 percent of Spaniards wanting Spain to help France "in its fight against Islamist terrorism".
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