Jihadology presents Academic Journal Articles of 2011, Part III

For previous posts in this series see:

Mun’im Sirry — Jamāl al-Dīn al-Qāsimī and the Salafi Approach to Sufism

Norshahril Saat — Islamising Malayness- Ulama discourse and authority in contemporary Malaysia

Omar Ashour — Post-Jihadism- Libya and the Global Transformations of Armed Islamist Movements

Paul Lawrence Rose — Muhammad, The Jews and the Constitution of Medina- Retrieving the historical Kernel

Peter Neumann, Ryan Evans, and Raffaello Pantucci — Locating Al Qaeda’s Center of Gravity- The Role of Middle Managers

Petter Nesser — Ideologies of Jihad in Europe

Recep Dogan — Is Honor Killing a “Muslim Phenomenon”? Textual Interpretations and Cultural Representations

Risa A. Brooks — Muslim “Homegrown” Terrorism in the United States- How Serious Is the Threat?

Romain Caillet — A French Jihadi in Crisis- “Role Exit” and Repression

Sam Mullins — Islamist Terrorism and Australia- An Empirical Examination of the “Home-Grown” Threat

Simon Cottee and Keith Hayward — Terrorist (E)motives- The Existential Attractions of Terrorism

Sobhi Rayan — Ibn Taymiyya’s Criticism of the Syllogism

Stéphane Lacroix — Is Saudi Arabia Immune?

Tim Winter — America as a Jihad State- Middle Eastern Perceptions of Modern American Theopolitics

Thomas Hegghammer — The Rise of Muslim  Foreign Fighters- Islam and the Globalization of Jihad

Yahya Michot — Ibn Taymiyyah’s “New Mardin Fatwa”. Is Genetically Modified Islam (GMI) Carcinogenic?

Yasin Dutton — Orality, Literacy and the ‘Seven Aḥruf’ Ḥadīth

Yunus Dumbe and Abdulkader Tayob — Salafis in Cape Town in Search of Purity, Certainty and Social Impact