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

For previous posts in this series see:

Jonathan Schanzer and Steven Miller — Facebook Fatwa- Saudi Clerics, Wahhabi Islam and Social Media

Julie Chernov Hwang — Terrorism in Perspective- An Assessment of “Jihad Project” Trends in Indonesia

Kenyan Somali Islamist Radicalisation

Khalil al-Anani — The Advent of “informal” Islamists

Leah Farrall — Forward focus assessing al-Qaeda’s in-theater capabilities

Letters from Abbottabad- Bin Ladin Sidelined?

Linus Gustafsson — The Swedish Connection Exploring the Social Network of Violent and Violence-Promoting Islamist Extremism in Sweden and its Connections to the Global Jihad

Lorenzo Vidino and James Brandon — Countering Radicalization in Europe

Lucas Winter — Yemen’s Huthi Movement in the Wake of the Arab Spring

Mary Fitzgerald — Introducing the Libyan Muslim Brotherhood

Mohamed Salem Ould Mohamed — Purist Salafism in the Sahel and Its Position on the Jihadist Map

Monica Marks — Ennahda’s Rule of Engagement

Nelly Lahoud — Beware of Imitators- al-Qa`ida through the lens of its Confidential Secretary

Nelly Lahoud — The Merger of Al-Shabab and Qa`idat al-Jihad

Nico Pruha — Fatwa calling for the death of the director, producer, and actors involved in making the film “Innocence of Muslims”

Olivier Walther and Dimitris Christopoulos — A social network analysis of Islamic terrorism and the Malian rebellion

Omar Ashour — Jihadists and Post-Jihadists in the Sinai

Omar Ashour — Libyan Islamists Unpacked- Rise, Transformation, and Future

Omar Ashour — Libya’s Muslim Brotherhood Faces the Future

Peter Mandaville — The Unexceptional Islamists

Peter Neumann — Countering Online Radicalization in America

Rich Nielsen — Jihadi Radicalization of Muslim Clerics