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1 Asia and the Security Implications for the European Union Andreas Wimmer, MSc., CTS, CPS Singapore

2 My ideology is Global Islam (Islam Alami) My final objective is Islamic Caliphate (Khalifah Islamiyah) My mean is through Secret Organization (Tanzhim Sirri) My mentality is Jihad Paradigm (Fikrah Jihadiyyah) My enemies are all Disbelievers (Kuffar) The Global Jihadist mantra

3 ASEAN Counter Terror Policies BILATERAL/REGIONAL –The Declaration on Joint Action to Counter Terrorism (November 2001) –The Declaration on Terrorism (November 2002) –The Joint Declaration for Cooperation to Combat Terrorism between the United States and ASEAN (August 2002) –The Joint declaration with China on non-traditional security issues (November 2002); –The Joint Declaration on Cooperation to Combat Terrorism between the ASEAN-EU in Brussels (January 2003) –The Asean Convention on Counterterrorism (ACCT), January 2006 OPERATIONAL/TACTICAL –The Jakarta Centre for Law Enforcement Cooperation (JCLEC); –The Australian Federal Police Multi-National Operational Support Team (MNOST) –Electronic ASEANAPOL Database System (e-ADS); –Southeast Asia Regional Centre for Counter-Terrorism (SEARCCT) in Malaysia –International Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) in Thailand

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5 One Center of Gravity - India Manipur (39), Assam (36), Jammu & Kashmir (32), Tripura (30), Meghalaya (4), Nagaland (3), Mizoram (2) & Arunachal Pradesh (1) LTTE, Tamil Nadu Liberation Front, Tamil National Retrieval Troops, Students Islamic Movement of India (SIMI), Deendar Anjuman, Asif Reza Commando Force, Kamatapur Liberation Organization, the Ranvir Sena, Communist Party of India-Maoist, Communist Party of India; Peopeles Guerrilla Army or Dukhtaran-e-Lillat (all woman Islamic group)

6 Radical Networks in Pakistan

7 Nordin Top & Azahari Mobile phone Handheld trigger (dead men switch) Timer Approx hrs Support team

8 5 th Aug. 2003, 1230 hrs

9 Debris

10 The Center Of Gravity Source: Countering Global Insurgency by LTC (Dr.) David Kilcullen

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13 Social Networks in depth

14 Mohmmad Mansour Jabarah

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17 The Threat Domestic but regionally or even globally linked & motivated Ideological driven –The central leadership plays an important & underestimated role Fascination with death, i.e. mass casualties Does not exclude non-coalition member states –Media and Opportunity driven Hospitality Events –Always surveillance driven, always test runs! Grande scale –Media impact operations

18 The strategic picture for Europe Global linkages, local (national) terror Need to counter the militant ideology Radicalization of schooling under the cover of “cultural diversification”; –Recruiting & radicalization starts early Alienation of domestic fringe groups grabbing militant Islam & providing a purpose –Engage the moderate, conservative Muslim voice –Expose terror as it is. Violent, deadly and misguided Study in depth the social networks

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20 Trends 33.4 % Islamist groups 51 4 % Islamic fronts supporting terror groups % Arab Nationalist 17 4% Christian terror groups Marxists/Leninists/Leftist 28 16% Nationalist movements 24 13% Others 20 Total 152

21 The New Mantra Instead of “Kill One, Scare Thousands” global jihad likes “Threaten to Kill One, Scare millions”

22 Thank You


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