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

von Nasrullah Memon

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[In August 2004, female Chechen suicide bombers were responsible for detonating improvised explosive devices (IEDs) while on] Russian commercial flights that resulted in two aircraft crashes and the death of all people on board. Within one week, another female Chechen suicide bomber detonated an IED near a metro station in northeast Moscow causing extensive property damage and injuring many people in the area (Alfano, B., 2004). However, female participation and leadership is less common in some right wing groups, particularly those with neo-Nazi and Christian Identity oriented ideologies.

2.9.5 Appearance

Terrorist usually do not appear out of the ordinary, and are capable of normal social behaviour and appearance. Thus, terrorists are often unremarkable in individual characteristics. Racial diversity in organizations such as Al Qaeda signal that attempts to racially profile likely terrorist group members is not an effective indicator. Over the long term, elements of fanatical behaviour or ruthlessness may become evident, but they are typically not immediately obvious to casual observation. An excellent example of this is the group 17 November in Greece. When the police captured 14 suspected members in 2002, the most striking characteristic was their ordinary nature. Among the group there was a school teacher, a shopkeeper, a telephone operator, and other members that appeared to be members of mainstream society. Most terrorists do not marry, even though there have been some examples of married couples within terrorist organizations. Although members of sleeper cells or other hidden operators may marry as part of their persona,

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In August 2004, female Chechen suicide bombers were responsible for detonating IEDs while on Russian commercial flights that resulted in two aircraft crashes and the death of all people on board. Within one week, another female Chechen suicide bomber detonated an IED near metro station in northeast Moscow causing extensive property damage and injuring many people in the area. [FN 126]

Again, there is an exception to this general observation in some right wing groups, particularly those with neo-Nazi and Christian Identity oriented ideologies. Female participation and leadership is much less common in these groups.

Appearance

Terrorists are often unremarkable in individual characteristics. Racial diversity in organizations such as al Qaeda signal that attempts to racially profile likely terrorist group members is not an effective indicator. They usually do not appear out of the ordinary, and are capable of normal social behavior and appearance. Over the long term, elements of fanatical behavior or ruthlessness may become evident, but they are typically not immediately obvious to casual observation. An excellent example of this is the group 17 November in Greece. When the police captured 14 suspected members in 2002, the most striking characteristic was their ordinary nature. Among the group were a schoolteacher, a shopkeeper, a telephone operator, and other members that appeared to be members of

[FN 126] Billy Alfano, Briefing: “Terrorism Strikes Russia, Summary of the Attacks from August 24 to September 3, 2004,” Department of state, Diplomatic Security, Overseas Security Advisory Council, International Security Specialist for Western Europe, n.d.

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mainstream society. [FN 127] Although members of sleeper cells or other covert operators may marry as part of their persona, most terrorists do not marry, even though there have been cases of married couples within terrorist organizations.

[FN 127] “Revolutionary Organization 17 November (17N),” CDI Terrorism Project, 5 August 2002; available from http://www.cdi.org/terrorism/17N-pr.cfm; Internet; accessed 24 September 2004.

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2.9.6 Network Cores

Networks of any significant size will generally have a central / core and a periphery/ foot soldier, reflecting asymmetries of power, influence, and status within the network. The central member is characterized by dense connections among individuals who, in the case of a directed network, provide the steering mechanism for the [network as a whole.]

Network Cores

Networks of any substantial size will generally have both a core and a periphery, reflecting asymmetries of power, influence, and status within the network. The core is characterized by dense connections among individuals who, in the case of a directed network, provide the steering mechanism for the network as a whole.

Anmerkungen

Slight adaptations. The source is not referenced

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