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What we’re not seeing is a reduction in people’s willingness to align themselves with this ideology.So even though there is no caliphate to go and fight for, in the minds of some British extremists, the fight carries on because they can aspire to go to Libya or another ‘province.’ In confronting this evolving threat, we have to be more ‘fleet of foot’ at a time when ‘going dark,’ due to the widespread availability of encrypted apps, has become the new norm.He had no clear and obvious connection to either IS or al-Qa`ida.He was clearly someone who cherry-picked the bits of Islam that he believed justified what he did.In his career, Basu has worked as a detective in all ranks to Detective Superintendent, served as the Area commander for South East London, and headed London’s Armed Policing within Specialist Crime & Operation. Now we have nine counterterrorism units—embedded regionally, collocated with MI5, building intelligence in local communities, [and] connected into local community policing.Given the nature of the threat we now face, we need to be even more focused on communities and more focused on getting local information.But it is not clear that it is going to be easy for terrorists to move from location to location.
Because of the military push on the ground in Syria and Iraq and the effective eradication of IS’ geographical territory and their ability to project that abroad, it is much harder for them to send trained people back. The caliphate may have been defeated militarily, but it has now become a virtual network.CTC: The Manchester attack and its links to Libya were particularly striking given the similarities with other networks and plots seen previously in the U.K., in particular historical networks linked back to terrorist groups in Pakistan.Security analysts understood that once there was a military push on the ground against them [Islamic State fighters] in Syria and Iraq, they were going to start lashing out.Leaders like [Abu Bakr] al-Baghdadi and [Abu Muhammad] al-Adnani, before he was killed, were telling followers in the West they didn’t need to ask permission from an emir; they could just go ahead and launch attacks.
Whether his particular religious interpretations was the actual driver for what he did, I am of two minds, but his motivation died with him.