Articles of the Week – 11/19-11/25

Saturday November 19:

Al-Qaida advises the Arab Spring: Syria – Joas Wagemakers, Jihadica: http://bit.ly/vswXNf

The Value Of Exposing Collaborators – J.M. Berger, IntelWire: http://intelwire.net/sktOlM

Monday November 21:

Rethinking the online–offline connection in the study of religion online – Heidi A. Campbell & Mia Lövheim, Information, Communication & Society: http://bit.ly/uCy8I7

Online fatwas, arbitration tribunals and the construction of Muslim identity in the UK – Vit Sisler, Information, Communication & Society: http://bit.ly/rNfAyH

Muslims On The Path Of The Salaf al-Salih: Ritual dynamics in chat rooms and discussion forums – Carmen Becker, Information, Communication & Society: http://bit.ly/rSb45F

AQIM’s Mokhtar Belmokhtar speaks out – Andrew Lebovich, al-Wasat: http://ow.ly/7B5qR

Mauritania Bibliography – Kal, TheMoorNextDoor: http://is.gd/1YgwYT

Tuesday November 22:

When the French Liberated Mecca – Ed Husain, The Arab Street: http://on.cfr.org/vpv4wR

The Flaws of Jordan’s Largest Terrorism Trial – Christoph Wilcke, Sada Journal: http://bit.ly/sfXI1u

Wednesday November 23:

The Legal Implications of the Decline of the Original al Qaeda Network – Robert Chesney, Lawfare: http://bit.ly/uj5A3q

“By the Hands of Men Who Don’t Fear Death” – Jund al-Khilafa Launches Islamist Insurgency in Kazakhstan – Jacob Zenn, Terrorism Monitor: http://bit.ly/uI2OTV

The TTP’s hybrid insurgency – Christopher Anzalone, The AfPak Channel: http://bit.ly/v18JiW

Friday November 25:

Al-Qa‘ida’s Editor: Abu Jandal al-Azdi’s Online Jihadi Activism – Joas Wagemakers, Politics, Religion & Ideology: http://bit.ly/vi3LGU