Cecilia Benitez is instructed by Nelson Ricardo (L) on how to react during a hijacking involving a terrorist with a knife November 8, 2001 in Hollywood, FL. The class is part of the International Protective Services Counter-Terrorism class held every Thursday night at their 911 Store and Training Center. The courses teach the students how to survive a terrorism attack and what to do if a plane is hijacked.
The tactical shift by jihadist organizations to grassroots-level attacks in the West has failed to produce the intended results, partly because operatives often strive for goals beyond their limited capabilities. ...
TO READ THE FULL ARTICLE
Copyright © Stratfor Enterprises, LLC. All rights reserved.