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However in a couple of years Shekau’s interpretation of Islamic law began to drift away from that of the Al-Qaeda And in March 2015 Shekau pledged loyalty to Baghdadi and the Islamic State Nigerian soldiers hold up a Boko Haram flag Reuters Whether Boko Haram or the ASG or any of the other jihadi groups a certain pattern has emerged in the years since 9/11 The Al-Qaeda is very much seen as outdated and more rigid than the more ‘exciting’ and modern Islamic State Here are some key differences in perception: Recruitment and joining: Al-Qaeda is still viewed as difficult to join Training must be undertaken The Al-Qaeda ideology must be understood and accepted Membership of the group requires changing one’s way of life (Think of it as the ivy league of jihadi organisations) The Islamic State on the other hand is always looking for new recruits who are willing to do as they are commanded Ideology seems less important than obedience Careful planning versus shock-and-awe: In 2005 the Al-Qaeda unveiled its blueprint for world domination that would be split into seven distinct phases that would culminate in 2020 The Islamic State on the other hand was quick to try and establish a caliphate with what seemed like little planning The Al-Qaeda had cadres dedicated to the development of new techniques and programmes to carry out attacks The Islamic State-type groups appear to embrace the concept of instant violence instead Training and indoctrination: The concept of self-radicalised or being radicalised through YouTube videos was clearly unheard of at the start of the century and it’s not just because there was no YouTube back then Organisations like the Al-Qaeda have always been particular about their training and their recruits With today’s groups it seems to be a case of ‘the more the merrier’ Minds vs territory: Land before learning or the other way around Linked to the second point is the difference in both groups’ perception The Al-Qaeda believes in occupying minds before territory while it seems to be the opposite in the case of the Islamic State It also probably explains why the Al-Qaeda had a 15-year-plan for world domination while the Islamic State probably had no plan at all apart from occupation and expansion All publicity is good publicity: The Al-Qaeda’s public messaging was limited to videos from its leader and articles/press releases in select publications With the advent of social media the monopoly on communication is no longer in a few select hands Instead anyone and everyone can send out communiqués on behalf of the group as the thousands of social media accounts by group affiliates and sympathisers demonstrate Ownership and credit: The Al-Qaeda has always been particular about the sort of attacks for which it would take credit The Islamic State on the other hand appears happy to take credit for any attack whether by a member of the group or by an unrelated lone wolf All of these factors contribute to the very different face of jihadi terror today compared to back in 2001 And given the sort of security levels we have accepted as part of our daily lives the risk of a group of people you have never met hijacking an aircraft and flying it into a building is shrinking However the risk posed by people you’ve known for years picking up a gun and going on a shooting spree – inspired by something they’ve seen online – is growing Hamilton: There was no end to the Indian women’s hockey team’s misery as it went down 2-6 to New Zealand in the final match for a 0-5 whitewash in the series which concluded on Saturday The Black Sticks were untroubled from the start with Olivia Merry converting a splendid field goal in the fourth minute of the first quarter She starred in the first 15 minutes as she came up with another field goal in the 15th minute to give her team a strong start with a 2-0 lead at the end of the first quarter The second quarter saw India make strong amends earning a penalty cornerin the 22nd minute Deep Grace Ekka was successful in converting the penalty corner with an improvised flick to earn India’s first goal of the match This was Grace’s second successful penalty corner in the five-match series New Zealand fought back with Pippa Hayward earning the third goal for the hosts in the 27th minute to take their score to 3-1 at the end of the second quarter Players from the Indian women’s hockey team in action during the New Zealand series Image courtesy Twitter/@TheHockeyIndia India began the third quarter with positive intent and their determination paid off when they earned a penalty corner in the 33rd minute It was skipper Rani Rampal who was inch-perfect to convert the penalty corner and narrow India’s goal difference to 2-3 Soon after India won two back-to-back penalty corners creating a brilliant opportunity to tie the score with the hosts However the chance went begging as the Gurjit Kaur’s flick was deflected by an alert Kiwi goalkeeper Grace O’Hanlon New Zealand overcame this scare to take a formidable 6-2 lead at the end of the third quarter with three goals scored in a span of four minutes It was Natasha Fitzsimons (37′) Samantha Harrison (38′) and Kirsten Pearce (40′) who ensured New Zealand put India under pressure going into the final quarter India showed resilience in the final 15 minutes trying to find a gap in the striking circle While India matched New Zealand’s challenge with pace good skill work and improvised ball possession they could not quite make it count in the 25 yards mark A few good opportunities at a shot on goal were lost For instance with eight minutes remaining Udita’s pass was not controlled by Preeti Dubey who had positioned herself inside the circle thus missing out on a chance Written by KAMALDEEP SINGH BRAR | Amritsar | Updated: May 9 2016 6:00 am Related News The Amritsar Police arrested a man who masqueraded as a senior official of the civil aviation department from New Delhi at the Guru Ramdas International Airport on Sunday Mohan Das (27) who claimed to be the additional director general (ADG) had met several airport officials in the airport sources said Although airport authorities claimed that Das did not access secured area sources told The Indian Express that he had entered the airport multiple times over the past week “Airport officials had even extended hospitality to him” said a source adding that Das even toured much of the airport which is less than 30kms from the Pakistan border After the Pathankot attack in January this year the airport was on high alert till last month Share This Article Related Article “Das has been living in Amritsar for the last one year We suspect he was running a job racket by promising jobs at the airport” said Mohan Singh Station House Officer police station airport “He used to meet Airport Terminal Manager Dinesh” “He is believed to have convinced Dinesh that he was the ADG civil aviation He also gave me a call and said that he wanted to meet me over cup of tea I had no intimation of any visit of ADG from Delhi” said Rao However allegedly it was not Das’ request to meet the director that finally nailed him “We have a very secured airport and Das was detained while entering into a secured area” Rao however did not give a clear answer why the impostor’s credentials were not verified when called the director for a meeting?

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