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… Looking into Self-Initiated Terrorist (S-IT), who, what, where and why? … What … by the rhetoric or ideology of a group”. Self-Initiated Terrorists have previously been referred to as ‘lone …
… the UK is limited to social media and website defacement. Terrorists have shown a relatively sophisticated degree of … and instead give a SQL statement that attaches and runs itself on the SQL database.   Cyberterrorism It is likely … of the ability to cause widespread damage or disruption, terrorists and their supporters have adopted more limited …
… these groups is their ability to radicalise and inspire Self-Initiated Terrorists (S-ITs) . The threat from ERWT in the UK has …
… criminal suppliers of firearms may be unwilling to supply terrorists due to increased scrutiny from law enforcement, … a lower level of skill and may be an attractive route for terrorists to acquire a firearm. As the anti-gun control …
… Terrorist use of Fire in Attacks. … Headline Assessment Terrorists have been using fire in attacks for decades. No … to produce fire are widely available.   The likelihood of terrorists using fire in an attack will vary depending on … Scotland. In 2018, a white supremacist accidentally set himself on fire while attempting to burn down the Exeter …
… During this period, the number of attacks by Islamist terrorists (predominately Daesh) in the West peaked in 2016 … to Daesh has seen a marked increase in attack plotting by Self-Initiated Terrorists (S-ITs). Between 2005 and 2013 the …
… an attack including other methodologies.   How and why do terrorists use vehicles in attacks? Terrorists are increasingly adopting less sophisticated … Terrorism (LASIT) ideology is unlikely. Although Islamist Terrorists have accounted for nearly every attack of this …
… in publicly   accessible places, whereas Extreme Right-Wing terrorists will highly likely favour those areas where … every case, attacks using BBFWs have been carried out by Self-Initiated terrorists (S-ITs). The use of less sophisticated …
… groups opposed to it. Targets of left-wing and anarchist terrorists in the West tend to be political opponents, … of their frustrations. Criminal acts by Incels are often self-serving rather than to progress an ideology and …
… attack using a chemical or biological weapon. Although, terrorists could draw upon instructional material available …