Wednesday, January 20, 2010


STRATFOR continues to inform us objectively about the ongoing jihadist threat in an article today outlining how counter-terrorism authorities go about profiling possible suicide bombers and their ilk.

In a way, it is a cautionary tale, since profiling, by its very nature, tends to narrow the focus, thereby risking the exluding of statistical "outliers" who defy the profile and who, therefore, might well be recruited expressly because they are outliers.

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