Articles of the Week – 6/19-6/25

Sunday June 20:
“Legitimate Demands [2] Barack’s Dilemma” – Adam Gadahan, As-Saḥāb Foundation for Islamic Media Publication:
“Forget the substance of Gadahn’s post, it’s the tech that matters” – J.M. Berger, IntelWire:
“Good Deal for Gaza” – Marc Lynch, The Middle East Channel:
Monday June 21:
“Kandahar Timeline 1979-2010” – Alex Strick van Linschoten, A Different Place Blog:
“The 2010 Failed State Index Rankings” – Foreign Policy Magazine, July/August 2010:
“State of Jihad: 2010 and Beyond” – Matthew M. Reed, International Affairs Review:
“Politics and prayer”- Review of “A Mosque in Munich” – Issandr El Amrani, The National:
Jihadi Websites Monitoring Group, Periodical Review June 2010 – No. 1, International Institute for Counter-Terrorism:
“Profiles of the 15 known Saudi Guantanamo recidivists” – Thomas Joscelyn, The Long War Journal
“A New Taleban Front?” – Thomas Ruttig, The Afghanistan Analysts Network
Tuesday June 22:
“Yemen: Avoiding Freefall” – Ginny Hill, The World Today, Volume 66, Number 7, July 2010:
“West Africa and the Maghreb Security Brief June 7, 2010 – June 22, 2010” – Critical Threats Project
“Punjab’s growing militant problem” – Interview with Hassan Abbas, The AfPak Channel
“West coast jihad” – Brian Fishman, The AfPak Channel
Wednesday June 23:
“Militant’s Path From Pakistan to Times Square” – Andrea Elliott, New York Times
“Veiled Truths- The Rise of Political Islam in the West” – Marc Lynch, Foreign Affairs
Thursday June 24:
“The Iraqi Elections of 2010—and 2005” – Kanan Makiya, The Crown Center for Middle East Studies, Middle East Brief 42, June 2010
“Puncturing Pakistan’s “madrasa myth”” – Gregg Carlstrom, The Majlis
Friday June 25:
“Saudi Preacher: The West Implements the Humane Values of the Shari’a Better than the Muslims” – Middle East Media Research Institute
“The Legal War on Terror for the week of 6/18-6/24” – Andrew Lebovich, Foreign Policy
“Al-Qaeda losing supporters in jihadi groups across Arab world” – Camille Tawil, Magharebia
“Islamist Preacher Zakir Naik, Barred from U.K. and Canada – An Ideological Profile” – Steven Stalinsky, Middle East Media Research Institute
‘Scratching the Surface of Radicalism in Germany” – Andrew Lebovich, The Washington Note: