Jihadology presents Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov Reports and Articles of 2012, Part III

For previous posts in this series see:

Eric Trager, Katie Kiraly, Cooper Klose, and Eliot Calhoun — Who’s Who in Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood

Geneive Abdo — Lebanon’s Salafi Scare

Gregory D. Johnsen — A Profile of AQAP’s Upper Echelon

Gretchen Peters — Haqqani Network Financing-The Evolution of an Industry

Hannah Armstrong — Re-Islamization Fractures Nigerien Women’s Initiatives (Private Newsletter)

How Indonesian Extremists Regroup

Inayah Rohmaniyah and Mark Woodward — Wahhabi Perspectives on Pluralism and Gender- A Saudi – Indonesian Contrast

Jacob Zenn — Northern Nigeria’s Boko Haram- The Prize in al-Qaeda’s Africa Strategy

Jamal Al Sharif — Salafis in Sudan- Between Non-Interference and Confrontation

Jarret Brachman — A Unifying Force Lost

Jeffry R. Halverson, R. Bennett Furlow, and Steven R. Corman — How Islamist Extremists Quote the Qur’an

Jihadism on the web, a breeding ground for jihad in the modern age

Joas Wagemakers — Against Palestinian Reconciliation

Joas Wagemakers — Al-Maqdisi and the Jordanian Jihadi-Salafi Movement

Joas Wagemakers — Al-Qaida Advises the Arab Spring: Abu Basir’s Scrapbook

Joas Wagemakers — Al-Qaida Advises the Arab Spring: Egypt

Joas Wagemakers — Al-Qaida advises the Arab Spring: Libya

Joas Wagemakers — Al-Qaida Advises the Arab Spring: Yemen

Joas Wagemakers — Fatwa on the Permissibility of Killing an Ambassador

Joas Wagemakers — What’s in a Name? A Jihadi Labels Himself