On October 27th, 2010 a Muslim named Farooque Ahmed was arrested for attempting to provide material support to the international terrorism organization known as al-Qa'ida. Ahmed plead guilty to the charges and was subsequently sentenced to 23 years in prison. Ahmed was/is a naturalized citizen from Pakistan who came under the watch of the FBI following … Continue reading Terrorism Case Study: Farooque Ahmed
Authors Note: "This piece should not be interpreted as an endorsement of terrorism in any way. The intent is to draw similarities between ninjutsu and terrorism for educational purposes." See Legal Ramifications of Attaining Skill in Ninjutsu for more info. "Our challenge is to get through and to know where and how to hide, leaving … Continue reading Ninjutsu is Terrorism: Why this Path Requires Caution
The Washington/ Oregon state Fusion center report on Mass Shootings and Violent Extremism is available for download here: WSFC-RampageSchoolShootings-2014 Credit goes to Public Intelligence for providing the document to the public. Stop the hate, but learn to defend yourself.
UPI reports that a North Korean soldier who defected in 2017 has been medically examined and found to possess anthrax antibodies. This discovery, in addition to current information on North Korea's weapon capabilities, has lead some to speculate further on the notion that the nation is continuing to develop biological weapons. On December 16th, we … Continue reading Defected North Korean Soldier Found with Anthrax Antibodies
See document here This interesting document delineates a number of behaviors associated with imminent terrorist activity. Note: Class A Indicators are, by themselves, diagnostic of imminent terrorist action Class B Indicators are diagnostic of terrorist action when combined with other indicators. Class C Indicators are minimally diagnostic of potential terrorist action, but may inform a deviant profile of … Continue reading Homegrown Extremist Mobilization Indicators: For Public Safety Personnel
In 2015, a U.S. citizen named John T. Booker was issued an indictment following his arrest for planning to terrorize a military installation with an IED (in aid to the objectives of ISIS). In 2016, he plead guilty “to attempting to use a weapon of mass destruction and attempting to destroy government property by fire … Continue reading Identifying Suspicious Activity: A Lesson in Anti-Terrorism