Articles of the Week – 6/22-6/28

Saturday June 22: 

Deep insight into the Haqqani Network – Charles Cameron, Pragati: 

Monday June 24:

“Terrorism” and Transnational Organised Crime in West Africa – Freedom C. Onuoha and Dr. Gerald E. Ezirim, al-Jazeera Center for Studies: 

On the Eve of 2014: Islamism in Central Asia – Jacob Zenn, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology: 

The crowning of the Syrian Islamic Front – Aaron Y. Zelin and Charles Lister, The Middle East Channel: 

Tuesday June 25:

The Dynamics of the Creation, Evolution, and Disappearance of Terrorist Internet Forums – Manuel R. Torres-Soriano, International Journal of Conflict and Violence:

The Local Face of Jihadism in Northern Mali – Andrew Lebovich, CTC Sentinel: 

Boko Haram’s Evolving Tactics and Alliances in Nigeria – Jacob Zenn, CTC Sentinel: 

Tweeting for the Caliphate: Twitter as the New Frontier for Jihadist Propaganda – Nico Prucha and Ali Fisher, CTC Sentinel: 

Breaking Badr: Is Iraq’s Badr Organization Operating In Syria? – Phillip Smyth, Jihadology: 

Radicalization in Prison: The French Case – Farhad Khosrokhavar, Politics, Religion & Ideology: 

Mohamed Merah: From Petty Criminal to Neojihadist – Virginie Andre & Shandon Harris-Hogan, Politics, Religion & Ideology: 

Thursday June 27:

Moving Terrorism Research Forward: The Crucial Role of Primary Sources – Bart Schuurman and Quirine Eijkman, International Centre for Counterterrorism – The Hague:

The myth of global Islamic terrorism and local conflict in Mali and the Sahel – Caitriona Dowd and Clionadh Raleigh, African Affairs: 

Friday June 28:

Endgame For Aweys; But Al-Shabaab Will Continue – Abdihakim Ainte, African Arguments: 

The Quran and the apostles of Jesus – Gabriel Said Reynolds, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies: 

The contiguity between churches and mosques in early Islamic Bilād al-Shām – Mattia Guidetti, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies: