Articles of the Week – 4/27-5/3

Saturday April 27:

Jihadi Twitter activism – Introduction – Nico Prucha and Ali Fisher, Jihadica: http://bit.ly/ZFmS9Z 

Monday April 29:

Hizb Allah Resurrected: The Party of God’s Return to Tradecraft – Matthew Levitt, CTC Sentinel: http://bit.ly/15UTTBL 

Boko Haram: Reversals and Retrenchment – David Cook, CTC Sentinel: http://bit.ly/15UTZtf 

The Salafist Temptation: The Radicalization of Tunisia’s Post-Revolution Youth – Anne Wolf, CTC Sentinel: http://bit.ly/10nUsvH 

Tuesday April 30:

Salafi-Jihadists and non-jihadist Salafists in Egypt – A case study about politics and methodology (manhaj) – Hazim Fouad, Jihadology: http://bit.ly/12Xt3Gg

Wednesday May 1:

The Ansar of Yemen: The Huthis and al-Qaeda – Lucas Winter, Small Wars Journal: http://bit.ly/10UNXb5 

The state and religion in the fundamentals of Islam and contemporary interpretation – Rached Ghannouchi, Contemporary Arab Affairs: http://bit.ly/10UOt91 

What changes have taken place in US foreign policy towards Islamists? – Fawaz A. Gerges, Contemporary Arab Affairs: http://bit.ly/12UydSy 

Thursday May 2:

Al-Qaradawi and the Help of the Unbelievers – Joas Wagemakers, Jihadica: http://bit.ly/17zhR3v 

Political Piety: The Politicization of Zakat – Samantha May, Middle East Critique: http://bit.ly/15bwUTN 

Personal grievance sharing, frame alignment, and hybrid organisational structures: the role of social media in North Africa’s 2011 uprisings – Sarah Anne Rennick, Journal of Contemporary African Studies: http://bit.ly/17zi6vr 

Friday May 3:

Beyond Living Together in Fragments: Muslims, Religious Diversity and Religious Identity in the Netherlands – Herman L. Beck, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs: http://bit.ly/108MdEP