Lashkar-e-Taiba Handler arrested from Delhi Airport
August 8, 2018 | Brainwave Science
The National Investigation Agency (NIA) has arrested Habibur Rahaman, an alleged handler of hardened Lashkar-e-Taiba terrorist Shaikh Abdul Naeem, after he was returning from Saudi Arabia, officials said on Monday. Rahman, a former resident of Odisha, is an alleged handler of LeT terrorist Shaikh Abdul Naeem alias Nomi, who was arrested in 2007 while trying to help two Pakistani and one Kashmiri terrorist infiltrate into India through Bangladesh.
Naeem ditched the police and escaped from custody while he was being taken for court attendance to Maharashtra from Kolkata in August 2014. After his daring escape, Naeem used the assistance of Habibur Rahaman to identify several locations to target terror attacks across India.
“A well-established conspiracy was hatched between the accused of targeting vulnerable locations in India with the intent of causing maximum damage. Naeem was tasked to identify locations where terrorist attacks could be carried out,” an NIA spokesperson said.
Habibur Rahman, who is affiliated to proscribed terrorist organization LeT, arranged shelter/hideouts and funds for Terrorist’s like Naeem on different occasions for carrying out terrorist activities in India on the directions of the LeT commander Amjad Rehan who is based in Pakistan.
According to Bruce Riedel of The Brookings Institution, Mumbai Terror Attack Group Lashkar e Taiyyba (LeT) is Now More Dangerous Than Al Qaeda. As recently as August 1, 2018 the United named Abdul Rehman al-Dakhil, a senior commander of Lashkar-e-Taiba who carried out attacks in India, a specially designated global terrorist and sanctioned two other Pakistanis who work as financial facilitators for the banned Pakistan-based group.
Recent event perplexes NIA and other agencies about how many LeT associates like Naeem and Rehman entered India for the odious purposes recently. Terror attacks are lethal, unpredictable, and cause mass casualties. Repeated terror attacks highlight flaws that exist in India’s ability to provide security and protection to the citizens. It is only a matter of time before another significant terrorist attack plot occurs. The present situation indicates that law enforcement agencies should enhance their methods and strategy by embracing modern forensic technologies in this war against terrorism.
So which modern, fool-proof technology can strengthen counter-terrorism strategy, provide accurate resources, intelligence and leads, help hunt down these terrorists and apprehend them before they carry out any attacks?
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National Investigations Agency can use the iCognative technology to determine if Habibur Rahaman’s memory contains specific knowledge of any fact or situation, such as the details of a terrorist attack, other members of the organization, bomb-making knowledge, or the inner workings of a terrorist organization.
The main advantage of this technology is it can determine what the terrorist knows and can help identify him with 99.9% accuracy, based on a simple but effective 45 minutes test. To conduct a test on a suspect, the test case needs to be built with both known and confidential information about this attack (only known to the perpetrator and investigator) is known as stimuli. For example, in this case, information such as planned date of the terrorist attacks, location of attacks, type of explosives used; route of entry, the link with a terrorist organization; involvement of other members of the terrorist group. This information, used as stimuli in the form of words, phrases or pictures, depending on its availability, will be input in to the system. These stimuli will be flashed to the suspect on a monitor while collecting brain responses to each stimulus. These responses are analyzed at end of the test by a unique algorithm and determine with 99.9% accuracy if the information under question is present or absent in the brain in the brain of the suspect.
iCognative is unequaled to any other existing security solution as it guarantees a high success rate and results with an accuracy rate of 99.9%. After the test, NIA can accurately determine the real terrorists, hideout location, masterminds and their handler. Such information can aid agencies reverse engineer a complete terrorist network, identify their financing techniques and connections, can help distinguish between rankings among terrorists, identify foot soldier from a commander, virtually eradicate the problem of terrorism and help protect innocents in India.
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