ISIS and Intelligence Collection to Counter its Operations Student’s Name Institutional Affiliation Date Executive Summary This research paper looks into Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS). The research also provides recommendations to the homeland security agencies on how to gather intelligence concerning ISIS plans and the necessary analytical methods. ISIS is an organized jihadist militant group with bases in Iraq and Syria. The group is currently led by Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi who took over from took over Abu Omar al-Baghdadi in April 18 2010. The group has several operational councils including; Shuria Sharia Provincial Media Military Finance Security and Intelligence and Religious Affairs council. The group is driven by jihadist ideology which has several aspects including political economic and social. The ISIS fights to secure a state. Moreover the Jihadists have to fight and kill those who are opposed to the Islam and its doctrines. The group is Saudi Arabia. Retrieved from www.independent.co.uk K. & Dekel U. (2014 June 24). ISIS success in Iraq and Syria: Strategic ramifications. Retrieved from www.inss.org.il S. (2017 November 29). Now the truth emerges: how the US fuelled the rise of Isis in Syria and Iraq. Retrieved from www.theguardian.com A. C. Engel R. & Plesser B. (2016 March 10). Name age fighting skills: ISIS personnel files leaked. Retrieved from www.nbcnews.com T. (2017 July 27). Islamophobia: ISIS's best tool for recruitment. Retrieved from www.huffingtonpost.com R. (2015 July 26). U.S. troop withdrawal let Islamic State enter Iraq military leaders say. Retrieved from www.washingtontimes.com N. & Shubet A. (2015 January 14). The anatomy of ISIS: How the 'Islamic State' is run. Retrieved from edition.cnn.com R. (2016 December 2). Islamic State changing terror tactics to maintain threat in Europe. Retrieved from www.europol.europa.eu K. (2015 November 19). Security manual reveals the OPSEC advice ISIS gives recruits. Retrieved from https://www.wired.com/2015/11/isis-opsec-encryption-manuals-reveal-terrorist-group-security-protocols/ [...]
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