Monday, December 1, 2008

what is a sleeping cell?

The modus operandi of a terrorist outfit is to first set up `sleeping' cells, which collect ground data, arrange for funds to execute the `mission' and provide logistic support to the `recruits' who have been deployed on a `mission'.

The work of a sleeping cell is often to arrange for funding and to provide all the local support required on the ground to enable them to carry out their carefully planned conspiracy. Such cells are `activated' only when the `mission' reaches its final stages of completion.


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