Articles of the Week – 11/10-11/16

Saturday November 10:

Review: The Last Refuge – J.M. Berger, IntelWire: http://bit.ly/TJWYJq

Sunday November 11:

On Sovereignties in Islamic Legal History – Anver M. Emon, Middle East Law and Governance: http://bit.ly/TzNgci

Monday November 12:

Strongly Recommend Johnsen’s Book “The Last Refuge” on AQAP in Yemen – Clint Watts, Selected Wisdomhttp://bit.ly/Ujz8or

Wednesday November 14:

The Indonesian Jamā’ah Islāmiyyah’s Constitution (PUPJI) – Jack Roche, Jihadology: http://bit.ly/TECh1t

Maqdisi’s disciples in Libya and Tunisia – Aaron Y. Zelin, The Middle East Channel: http://bit.ly/T3viDS

Shabab Prepared for Decade of War – M. Mubarak, Inside the Insurgency: http://bit.ly/RFM35M

Thursday November 15:

Between the Pen and the Sword: The Global Islamic Media Front in the West – Manuel R. Torres Soriano, Terrorism & Political Violence: http://bit.ly/RFNEZv

Political Violence and the Illicit Economies of West Africa – Vanda Felbab-Brown & James J. F. Forest, Terrorism & Political Violence: http://bit.ly/RFNKAb

The Meaning of Religion and Identity for the Violent Radicalisation of the Turkish Diaspora in Germany – Matenia Sirseloudi, Terrorism & Political Violence: http://bit.ly/Xec8Pt

Perceptions of the “Arab Spring” Within the Salafi-Jihadi Movement – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Tara Vassefi, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism: http://bit.ly/RFPcm9

Examining the Role of Religion in Radicalization to Violent Islamist Extremism – Anne Aly and Jason-Leigh Striegher, Studies in Conflict and Terrorism: http://bit.ly/RFPidv

Hymns (Nasheeds): A Contribution to the Study of the Jihadist Culture – Behnam Said, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: http://bit.ly/RFPnOd

Estimating the Duration of Jihadi Terror Plots in the United States – Edward Kaplan, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: http://bit.ly/RFPwBi

Strategic and Tactical Shift Keeps al-Qaeda Insurgency Alive in Southern Yemen – Adrian Shahbaz, Terrorism Monitor: http://bit.ly/RFPM3s

Morocco’s “New Mediators” – Sanaa Karim, Sada Journalhttp://bit.ly/Qhci5I