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Autor     Rohan Bedi
Titel    Telecom - The Terrorism Risk
Herausgeber    International Centre for Political Violence and Terrorism Research - IDSS Singapore
Ort    Singapore
Datum    26. September 2005
URL    http://www.pvtr.org/pdf/Financial%20Response/Telecom%20-%20The%20Terrorism%20Risk.pdf

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Fußnoten    yes
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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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Even though the reference is given, the reader is left in the dark about how close to the original text Nm stays. Literally copied text is not marked as such.

Also refer to the next page Nm/Fragment_051_01, where more text is copied word for word.

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[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. [...] The persons who get indoctrinated through the internet and somehow find themselves a mentor, or self-train using the urban warfare training that Al Qaeda has made readily available on the internet can be classified in this terrorist group.

3) Sleepers: People in touch through family and friends’ connections with experienced terrorists, who act as their mentors and train them group wise. Sometimes sleepers are small groups embedded in the migrant settler community that due to incomplete integration into the host society may have hidden cells engaged in terrorist and criminal operations. Even the presence of mentor is not necessary in such situations. The police does not have enough proof (if there is some) to lock them up or list them as wanted publicity, albeit they may be monitoring some of them.

4) Known hard-core terrorists: People on the most wanted list of the FBI and other intelligence or law enforcement agencies.

With the focus on anti-terrorism in the West, the first type is increasingly being foiled at an early stage and with limited damage. However, the second category of terrorists is difficult to spot. For example, the London July 2005 bombers included a young Pakistani boy belonging to a good family, who unfortunately was influenced by some person(s) he met at a religious school. Or, the other example is of Mohammad Momin Khawaja, who was indoctrinated through the Internet and was arrested by the Canadian police after collaborating with the UK in March 2004, in connection with a large UK plot. He was a Canadian citizen, a contractual software operator in the Canadian Foreign Affairs Department, earning a decent income. He never got any formal training, however he was probably trained by Al Qaeda mentor [using the Internet.]

[p. 6]

2) New terrorists indoctrinated at some religious school preaching extremism who commit an act shortly after being brainwashed and trained. There are also persons who get indoctrinated through the internet and somehow find themselves a mentor and self-train using the urban-warfare training that al-Qaeda has made readily available on the internet.

3) “Sleepers” in touch through family and friends’ connections with experienced terrorists who act as their mentors and train them in small groups. Sometimes sleepers are small groups embedded in the migrant settler community that due to incomplete integration into the host society may have hidden cells engaged in terrorist and criminal activities with or without a mentor. The police have insufficient proof (if at all) to lock them up/ put them on a public black-list albeit they may be monitoring some of them.

[p. 7]

4) Known hardcore terrorists on the most wanted list of the FBI and other black-lists.

With the focus on anti-terrorism in the West, the first category is increasingly being foiled at an early stage with limited damage.

The second category of terrorists, for example, the recent London July 2005 bombers included a young Pakistani boy from a good family who unfortunately got swayed under the influence of some person(s) he met at a religious school. Or, the example of Mohammad Momin Khawaja indoctrinated through the internet, who was arrested by the Canadian police collaborating with the UK in March 2004, in connection with a large UK plot. He was a Canadian citizen of Pakistani origin, a contract computer software operator with the Canadian Foreign Affairs Department earning a decent income. He never got any formal training albeit he did manage to get himself an al-Qaeda mentor and probably trained himself using the internet.

Anmerkungen

continues from the previous page. After the first three paragraphs of this page it is not clear anymore that the source is still Bedi (2005), but also in the first three paragraphs there is text copied word-for-word without making that clear to the reader.

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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.

Anmerkungen

continued from previous page. The source is given two pages further up, the reader would never assume that he is reading Bedi here instead of Nm.

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