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Book Review:  Exposing Sujit Das and His Blasphemous book against the Prophet of Islam (PBUH)

Book Review:  Exposing Sujit Das and His Blasphemous book against the Prophet of Islam (PBUH)  Imran Ahmad Sajid This review critically evaluates the blasphemous book of Sujit Das (Bombay, India), and exposed his venomous character, virulent fallacies, poisonous derivations and out of context narrations and self-styled explanations of many basic and authentic facts about the […]

The Challenge of Cyber Crime in India: The Role of Government

The Challenge of Cyber Crime in India: The Role of Government Dr. Atul Bamrara Abstract Nascent personal computers, high-bandwidth wireless networking technologies and the pervasive use of the internet have transformed the style of performing business. The IT infrastructure provides transmission and storage of gigantic amounts of critical information used in each domain of society and […]

The Dark Side of Social Media: Review of Online Terrorism

The Dark Side of Social Media: Review of Online Terrorism Dr. Geoff Dean, Peter Bell and Jack Newman Abstract This paper lays the conceptual foundation for understanding the significant role that social media can and does play in relation to spreading the threat and growth of terrorism, especially ‘home-grown’ terrorism. The utility of social media applications […]

Terrorism Investigation in Pakistan: Perceptions and Realities of Frontline Police

Terrorism Investigation in Pakistan: Perceptions and Realities of Frontline Police Fasihuddin (PSP) Abstract This paper analyses the constraints faced by frontline police in Pakistan when undertaking investigations into terrorism cases. The complexity of this issue is further compounded by a serious lack of empirical research on terrorism investigations and its management in Pakistan. Hence, this study […]

Assessing Terrorist Risks: Developing an Algorithm – Based Model for Law Enforcement

Assessing Terrorist Risks: Developing an Algorithm – Based Model for Law Enforcement Frederic Lemieux and James L. Regens Abstract Assessing the risk posed by terrorist groups has always been a challenge for national security intelligence analysts. The most noticeable obstacles are, on one side, the limited availability of reliable information about violent groups and, on the other […]