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Investigative Data Mining: Mathematical Models for Analyzing, Visualizing and Destabilizing Terrorist Networks

von Nasrullah Memon

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[A] massively launched attack against a target which will not yield enough media coverage is not viable for terrorists as compared to a small attack against a “media accessible” target. However, with the spread of the global media, many locations have potential to become attractive targets that would not have been considered thirty or forty years ago.

The 1998 bombings of the American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania are an example showing how these two relatively unimportant posts created a global sensation because of the modern media coverage. Forty years ago it would have taken days for the international news media to get photographs and relevant text from these locations, making them much less attractive targets in those days. However, with modern technology, it was possible to provide immediate broadcast coverage of the incident. Since the religious justification was the known cause behind the attacks, but still the worldwide coverage of these attacks made it possible for these terrorists to pose as champions of a cause, even in the absence of any effective work at the grassroots level of society (Kepel, G., 2002). The September 11, 2001 bombing of the World Trade Center in New York City was observed live on television by millions of people

[p 2-10] In considering possible terrorist targets, recognize that a massively destructive attack launched against a target that cannot or will not attract sufficient media coverage to impact the target audience is not a viable target for terrorists. A small attack against a “media accessible” target is better than a larger one of less publicity. However, the spread of the global media makes many locations attractive targets that would not have been remotely considered thirty or forty years ago. The 1998 bombings of the American embassies in Kenya and Tanzania illustrate how these two relatively unimportant posts created a global sensation because of the media coverage. Forty years ago it would have taken days for the international news media to get still photographs and some text from these locations, making them much less attractive targets. However, with today’s modern technology, media reporters were able to provide immediate broadcast coverage of the bombings. Since the Islamist factions that conducted the attacks used religious justifications for their actions, the worldwide coverage of these attacks made it possible for these terrorists to pose as champions of a cause, even in the absence of any effective work at the grassroots level of society. [FN 112] The September 11, 2001 bombing of

[FN 112] Gilles Kepel, Jihad: The Trail of Political Islam (Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press): 320.

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the World Trade Center in New York City was observed by millions of people worldwide on live television as the successive attacks occurred and sensational mass destruction followed.

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2.2 TYPES OF TERRORISTS

Bedi Rohan (2005) investigated four types of terrorists:

1) Unknown persons: The person who is inspired by a cause and wants to become a terrorist, but due to absence of an experienced counsellor is likely to fall in this type of terrorists. Such persons often get caught early because of the sheer incompetence of their schemes. These can also behave like lone operators in specific situations.

2) New terrorists: The people who are indoctrinated at some [religious school preaching extremism, who commit an act of terrorism just or shortly after being brainwashed and trained.]

Four Types of Terrorists

1) Unknown persons (who could also be lone operators) who are inspired by a cause and want to become terrorists but can’t find a more experienced mentor. Such persons often get caught early because of the sheer incompetence of their schemes.

2) New terrorists indoctrinated at some religious school preaching extremism who commit an act shortly after being brainwashed and trained.

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