Not ‘Lone Wolves’ After All: How ISIS Guides World’s Terror Plots From Afar

by Ezra Buckley on October 12, 2017

Ed. note: Ignore the pearl-clutching and instead focus on the methods deployed

As officials around the world have faced a confusing barrage of attacks dedicated to the Islamic State, cases like Mr. Yazdani’s offer troubling examples of what counterterrorism experts are calling enabled or remote-controlled attacks: violence conceived and guided by operatives in areas controlled by the Islamic State whose only connection to the would-be attacker is the internet.


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