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I wouldn't yell that out in a room full of spaniards unless you want to go out like Dennis Hopper in True Romance.
Dark as many of them are I'm surprised this isn't obvious. I guess it's similar to telling a very dark skinned Dominican, or PR they are African.
I am not sure how one finds "Jewish genes," much less "Moorish genes" after centuries of admixture. The "Moorish genes" would be complex indeed--a mixture of Berber, Arab and the darker Hamitic/Negroid peoples from the south, to say nothing of earlier genetic substrates left by Vandals, Romans and Carthaginians.
I had DNA analysis done through the National Geographic Genographic Project. . .The results that I got were exactly what I expected; I am a member of the J1 haplogroup which is listed as being rare in Europe except for Jews. My father's grandfather was a Prussian Jew who immigrated to the USA in the 1870's. Other members of J1 are Arabs (particularly from the Arabian peninsula, the Bedouins of the Negev and Palestinians) and all known Samaritan lines. I actually find the whole study fascinating.