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The Tunisian Ronin Crisis

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قديم 22-08-2013, 02:13 PM   #1
by Haifa Wahbe
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افتراضي The Tunisian Ronin Crisis



 


Many of the terrorist attacks that occured in Tunisia recently bear the signature of ex-police and national guard officers. In a fashion similar to the medieval Japanese Ronin, some these individuals who have been dishonourably discharged from the force turned to terror and crime as a way of retaliating against the system.
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Who Are the Tunisian Ronin ?
In medieval Japan, the feudal Lord’s first and foremost defense against security threats were the samurai. Yet these honourable warriors could become at anytime a serious threat to the very security they once helped maintain as they turned into Ronin. A Ronin is a samurai who lost his master as a result of death or because he was discharged. Ronin often turned into bandits, assassins, or mercenaries.
In a similar way, some Tunisian ex-police officers have been discovered to be operating with domestic terrorist groups. Starting from Sliman clashes in 2006, an ex-national guard officer was arrested back then for cooperating with the terrorist group. It turned out later on that this officer was sacked from the force for unknown charges.
Lately, an ex-national guard corporal has been discovered to be the instigator of the clashes that took place in Douwar Hicher. He is also involved in the armed clashes that took place Djebal Bouchebka (December 10th 2012). This same ex-national guard officer is linked to an arms depot discovered in Mednin.
Another individual, Ezzedine Aabdellawi, the key figure behind the assassinations of Belaid and Brahmi, is an ex-police officer. He, too, was sacked from the force for undisclosed charges. Aabdellawi was arrested in Ouardeya along with other terrorists and confessed the full details of the assassinations.
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These are not the only terrorist operations involving ex-police/national guard members. Others have been reported to be working in cooperation with arms smuggling groups across the Tunisian border. The presence of individuals with law enforcement background within the Chaambi guerilla is also possible.
A Pattern ?
A pattern is unravelling here. Terrorist groups are recruiting ex-law enforcement officers. The reasons are quite simple. First, they are already trained in close quarters combat and fire arms handling. Second, they are well acquainted with the Tunisian security system and its possible flaws and weaknesses. And third, they may still have well informed contacts within the ministry of interior affairs which allows them to acquire valuable intelligence about Tunisian security forces.
What makes these individuals easy to recruit is the grudge they bear against the system. Security forces bear allegiance to the state and the homeland. But those who have been sacked from the force not only lose this sense of allegiance, but they also start harbouring a grudge against the system and seek revenge in whatever ways.
Solutions
The solution is a strong national intelligence agency that keeps ex-police, national guard, and army officers under close watch. In a country where gun control laws are the strictest, these individuals are probably the only ones who actually know how to handle a fire arm properly. It is, therefore, important keep them monitored.
There should also be a way to reintegrate these individuals. Many of them join private security companies that allow them to make a decent living. These companies are few, however, and don’t offer many job opportunities. A good way to prevent these people from falling into the trap of terror and crime is to increase the number of these companies.


http://www.thetunistimes.com/2013/08...-crisis-50106/











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