ISIS Bangladesh planning terrorist attack in West Bengal
May 16, 2019 | Brainwave Science
The Intelligence Bureau (IB) has issued an alert, stating that the ISIS Bangladesh is planning a major terrorist attack in West Bengal with the help of Islamist extremist group Jamaat-ul-Mujahideen Bangladesh (JMB). The alert issued by the IB said that the ISIS may carry out attacks in Siliguri, Darjeeling, Cooch Behar and other West Bengal districts adjoining Bangladesh border. The notorious terrorist group has planned suicide attacks using woman terrorists.
The alert has asked the security agencies, including the BSF, which patrols along the India-Bangladesh border, to remain extra vigilant. The JMB, which is working in the association with the ISIS, has sleeper cells in Bangladesh.
Last month, Bangladeshi security forces had raided a suspected Islamist extremist hideout and killed two suspected militants after ISIS claimed to the responsibility of a blast in Dhaka’s Gulistan market, in which three policemen were wounded.
Recently, the international terror outfit has been routed out of its stronghold in Syria. The group has also claimed responsibility of the deadly Sri Lanka blasts on Easter Sunday. Over 250 people were killed in the series of blasts targeting churches and luxury hotels.
This was the deadliest attack in the Indian subcontinent by the banned jihadist group. Six Indians were also killed in the attack. The Sri Lankan police claimed that the attackers also traveled to Bengaluru, Kerala, and Kashmir in India to receive training, a claim not confirmed by the Indian authorities.
How do regular interrogations take place? Suspects are asked incisive questions either to ascertain their involvement in a crime or, they are inquired to confirm if they have information of future attacks. But such interrogations are sometimes hindered by the inability to translate between the language of the interrogator and the suspect and vice-versa.
There is no evidence to support coercion as an effective form of interrogation. In fact, there is evidence showing that non-coercive forms of interrogation are much more effective than coercion. For example, Goodman-Delahunty and colleagues interviewed 64 law enforcement practitioners and detainees from five different countries, who were involved in high-stakes cases, mainly in alleged acts of terrorism. They found that reported confessions and admissions of guilt were four times more likely when the interrogators adopted a respectful interview strategy that aimed at building rapport with the detainee.
Despite being soft with the suspects, the investigators cannot expect the absolute truth to be revealed.
There is a pressing need for a new way of interrogation to be introduced to all the departments. In addition to this the departments need to coordinate with other departments in real-time. Intelligence loses its value rapidly over time. Intelligence if not acted upon is worthless.
Sharing intelligence across borders and among agencies is extremely difficult using the current bureaucratic setup. It involves overcoming political and similar hurdles. It also involves leakage of information by moles.
Why cannot technology fill this gap by extracting information in a never imagined way and help share it in a trustworthy manner? This seems like science fiction. If it comes into being, then the drudgery out of interrogation and Investigation will be greatly reduced.
iCognative is a technology which has been introduced by Brainwave Science. It is one such technology that can play a vital role in the identification of the members of sleeper cells across the region. iCognative addresses the fundamental problem faced by counterterrorism and law enforcement agencies daily. Counter-terrorism agencies often feel challenged in identifying these culprits without offending the vast number of peace-loving people who adhere to specific religious beliefs.
iCognative is an important breakthrough in identifying active and inactive terrorists. It’s based on a virtually infallible science: when the brain recognizes certain information – words, phrases or pictures displayed for a Nano-second on a computer screen – it triggers an involuntary and specific electrical brainwave signal, which can be measured and analyzed.
The U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces and the European countries must give a shot to iCognative technology as an answer for the prevention of terrorism. iCognative has been proven to be over 99% accurate in detecting EOD/IED bomb knowledge, high intelligence value individuals, and links between a suspect and known terrorists, places and events. And, since brainwave responses are involuntary, there is no way to manipulate it or fool it. iCognative is truly the right scientific tool for today’s challenging times. Criminals and terrorists cannot hide when their brainwaves reveal their plans as well as the leadership structure of cells they are working with. iCognative has the power to not only identify who is among many is a terrorist with a blip of a brainwave, but also detects specific types of training and thereby helps rip to shreds a whole terrorist network like the Islamic State.
An extraordinary wealth of intelligence collected through iCognative technology can markedly transform how counter-terrorism cases and leads are pursued. Counterterrorism investigators are trained to find, analyze, and record the specific details of terrorist crimes, particularly those details that are unique to each specific crime. These are those items that can most effectively be used in the iCognative test to detect evidence of a suspect’s participation stored in his brain.
Indian and Bangladeshi agencies looking to defeat ISIS and their wicked plans to unleash chaos must use avantgarde means in this asymmetrical warfare. iCognative test can aid in determining if the suspect has directly or indirectly participated in terrorist acts, pinpoint those who maintain a mastermind role within a terrorist cell, validate links from database analysis techniques and support investigators in identifying potential perpetrators, even if they are in a “sleeper” cell. In short, iCognative can be a major game-changer in the war against terror.
The world today needs an affordable and efficient technology with nearly perfect accuracy ratings to combat challenges faced by terrorist organizations like ISIS. With iCognative by Brainwave Science, that technology has finally arrived.
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