ISIS constitutes a security threat to Jordan, both in the form of its fighting cells in Iraq and Syria as well as its dormant cells. The threat is challenging in part due to an on-going transformation, which is resulting in new waves of terror. These new waves aim to shake confidence in Jordan's security and cause internal dispute, which can be exploited by dormant cells, as was the case in the Karak incident. These new trends ought to be faced with an improved and enhanced security system on one hand, and a multilateral de-radicalisation process on the other.
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