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

von Nasrullah Memon

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[He never got any formal training, however he was probably trained by Al Qaeda mentor] using the Internet. Such cases are naturally tough to spot on, no matter how detailed any database is.

The third category of terrorists are for example, the Madrid bombers who may not have been on the US black-list at the time of Madrid Bombing, However, they are said to had ties to a ring of petty criminals that smuggled drugs and others who were involved in bank ATM fraud and robbery. Still, the masterminds were trained by Al Qaeda.

The fourth category is obviously the easiest to spot provided that identity theft and impersonations are detectable. The biggest problem with this category is that they would avoid completing transactions in their true names, that is, they would use identity theft to help them conceal their identities. People in this category include individuals who may have been to the Al Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan prior to 2001. For example, as many as 3,000 British born or based people are thought to have been trained in the camps and may since have trained others.

He never got any formal training albeit he did manage to get himself an al-Qaeda mentor and probably trained himself using the internet. Such cases are naturally tough to spot on any database.

The third category of terrorists are for example, the Madrid bombers who may not have been on the US OFAC black-list [...]. The Madrid Bombers had ties to a ring of petty criminals that smuggled drugs and others who were involved in bank ATM fraud and robbery. The masterminds were al-Qaeda trained.

The fourth category is obviously the easiest to spot albeit they would avoid doing transactions in their names ie, they would use identity theft to help them conceal their identities. People in this category include individuals who had been to the al-Qaeda training camps in Afghanistan prior to 2001. For example, as many as 3,000 British born or based people are thought to have been trained in the camps and may since have trained others.

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The problems of organized crime and terrorism were often considered separate phenomena prior to September 11. The security studies committee, the military and some parts of law enforcement increasingly viewed terrorism and transnational crime as distinct strategic threats. Seminars would discuss the emerging threat of transnational crime or terrorism but the important links between the two were rarely made (Shelley I. L., 2002).

2.3 TERRORISM AND ORGANIZED CRIME

The 9/11 attacks have changed the strategic thinking in this area. Terrorism and transnational crime are now considered as central threats to our national and international security. But, still more needs to be understood about the inter-linkage between the two [phenomena.]

The problems of organized crime and terrorism were often considered separate phenomena prior to September 11th. The security studies committee, the military and parts of law enforcement increasingly viewed terrorism and transnational crime as strategic threats. But these problems were often seen as distinct. Seminars would discuss the emerging threat of transnational crime or terrorism but the important links between the two were rarely made.

September 11th has changed the strategic thinking in this area. Terrorism and transnational crime are now central threats to our national and international security. Yet more needs to be understood about the links between these two phenomena.

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