Basque separatist group Euskadi Ta Askatasuna
(Eta) claimed responsibility for the device, which exploded on a beach near Torremolinos.
The Basque people, who were against Euskadi Ta Askatasuna
(ETA) because it promoted independence, believing that it would be better if they stayed as part of a unified Spain, now say that they should hold a referendum on independence in an attempt to avoid the effects of the central government's debt.
ETA, is an acronym for Euskadi Ta Askatasuna
, which translates as `Basque Homeland and Freedom'.
The columnist said it would be more convenient to compare the PKK to the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO), Hamas, the Irish Republican Army (IRA) or the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna
(ETA), rather than ISIL.
The Basque people have long desired independence, and, unlike the Stolen Sisters of Saskatchewan, have taken political steps and established the Basque Separatist Movement, or the Euskadi Ta Askatasuna