Noor is a co-founder and editor at Offbeat Research. He is a researcher focused on open-source investigation, social media, and finding new ways of tracking global changes in the world using basic open-source tools. Noor has previously written for Bellingcat, trained teams and professionals on using OSINT, and worked with researchers and journalists to track and investigate deforestation and environmental disasters around the world. He can be followed on Twitter @NoorNahas1.
Jett is a co-founder and managing editor of Offbeat Research. He is a civil society researcher, conflict analyst, and investigator whose work has focused on the nature of the Syrian state and various substate structures, the dynamics of conflict and wartime society in Syria, and the impact of disinformation operations on digital and human ecosystems. He can be followed on Twitter @JettGoldsmith.
Arslon is a co-founder and researcher at Offbeat Research. He is an independent researcher focused on Syrian Turkmen, foreign fighters in Syria and Ukraine, and arms research in the Middle East and Europe. He can be followed on Twitter @Arslon_Xudosi.
Patrick is a researcher and Ukraine field reporter at Offbeat Research. He is a conflict journalist who covers various topics, including drone proliferation and human rights issues. Patrick was a researcher on the Al-Jazeera documentary “The Search for Assad’s Executioners“, and has covered the Syrian and Ukrainian conflicts in the field for outlets including Offbeat Research and PBS. He can be followed on Twitter @PatrickHilsman.