The border at the Spanish enclave Ceuta in Morocco has become vulnerable to migrant attacks. Attempts to breach the border wall have increased by 34 percent in one year and by 300 per cent only in the month of August 2017. But Ceuta is not only the destination of thousands of migrants, especially children who dream Europe, is also a hideout of Isis recruiters and a transit point for jihadists. El Príncipe, in Ceuta (Spain), is a very poor and isolated slum that sits on the border with Morocco and is a “no-go zone for westerners”. It has the highest rate of people going to fight for Isis per head of population than anywhere in Europe.