Articles of the Week – 3/5-3/11

Saturday March 5:

The Sickness of Islam, the Doctor of the Believers, and the Cure-All Qurʾān: Al-Ghazālī and His Case-Specific Qurʾānic Commentaries – Hamilton Cook, Kulna: http://bit.ly/fvTs0g

Monday March 7:

Global Jihad: Summary from Arabic Sources – 2nd Half of December 10 – ICT’s Jihadi Websites Monitoring Group: http://bit.ly/eI9vPu

Tuesday March 8:

Interview: Terror in Russia with Ces Moore – conducted by Raffaello Panntucci, Free Rad!cals: http://bit.ly/gvjOJG

Even If It’s Not True It’s True: Using Unreliable Hadīths in Sunni Islam – Jonathan A.C. Brown, Islamic Law and Society: http://bit.ly/ezeQIu

Harakat al-Shabab & Somalia’s Clans – Christopher Anzalone, al-Wasat: http://bit.ly/h3ywvK

Wednesday March 9:

Jamāl al-Dīn al-Qāsimī and the Salafi Approach to Sufism – Mun’im Sirry, Welt des Islams: http://bit.ly/eSoUSA

Ideologies of Jihad in Europe – Petter Nesser, Terrorism and Political Violence: http://bit.ly/g0OUK8

Terrorism-Free Zone in East Central Europe? – Miroslav Mares, Terrorism and Political Violence: http://bit.ly/i5VQ1o

Al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula: Framing Narratives & Prescriptions – Michael Page, Lara Challita, and Alistair Harris, Terrorism and Political Violence: http://bit.ly/eWQBJu

The Strength of Weak Terrorist Ties – Jonathan Kennedy and Gabriel Weimann, Terrorism and Political Violence: http://bit.ly/dXbx5T

Islamist Terrorism & Australia: An Empirical Examination of the “Home-Grown” Threat – Sam Mullins, Terrorism & Political Violence: http://bit.ly/gwNAfp

Summary from the Jihadi Forums – The Second Half of January 2011 – ICT’s Jihadi Websites Monitoring Group: http://bit.ly/hebynt