Articles of the Week – 10/12-10/18

Sunday October 13:
Dutch Foreign Fighters – Some Testimonials from the Syrian Front – Pieter Van Ostaeyen, Jihadology: 
Monday October 14:
Pakistan’s mysterious menace – Michael Kugelman, The AfPak Channel: 
Uzbek Extremism in Context, Part 2: The Internet, Social Media and Religious Speech – Noah Tucker, Registan: 
Uzbek Extremism in Context, Part 3: “Love Your President & Be Content With Bread, or Allah Will Give you a Disease!” 
Tuesday October 15:
Citadels of learning, Boko Haram’s new slaughter fields Alkasim Abdukadir, African Arguments: 
British Foreign Fighters in Syria – Shiraz Maher, International Centre for the Study of Radicalisation and Political Violence: 
Pancakes & Propaganda – Yassin Musharbash, Abu Susu Blog: 
Strings Attached: How politics and fear threaten a new global effort to combat terrorist recruitment – Will McCants, Foreign Policy: 
Wednesday October 16:
Race, Religion, and Political Mobilization: South Asians in the Post-9/11 United States – Sangay Mishra, Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism: 
Apostasy Narratives and Representations of Islam on WikiIslam – Daniel Enstedt and Göran Larsson, CyberOrient: 
Online and Offline Continuities, Community and Agency on the Internet – Jon W. Anderson, CyberOrient: 
Digital Images & Visions of Jihad: Virtual Orientalism & the Distorted Lens of Technology – Raymond Pun, CyberOrient: 
Thursday October 17:
Tunisia’s Fragile Transition – Aaron Y. Zelin, The National interest: 
How Rigorous Is Radicalization Research? – Peter Neumann and Scott Kleinmann, Democracy and Security: 
The ‘House of the Prophet’ or the ‘Mosque of the Prophet’? – Essam S. Ayyad, Journal of Islamic Studies: 
Dutch Foreign Fighters – Some Testimonials from Syrian Front #2 – Pieter Van Ostaeyen, Jihadology: 
Insights from a Database of Lashkar-e-Taiba and Hizb-ul-Mujahideen Militants – C. Christine Fair, Journal of Strategic Studies: 
Building Community Resilience to Counter Violent Extremism – Stevan Weine, Schuyler Henderson, Stephen Shanfield, Rupinder Legha & Jerrold Post, Democracy and Security: 
Friday October 18:
The Badr Organization’s Syrian Expeditionary Force: Quwet al-Shahid Muhammed Baqir al-Sadr – Phillip Smyth, Jihadology:: 
The Rise of the Fringe: Right Wing Populists, Islamists and Politics in the UK – Juris Pupcenoks and Ryan McCabe, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs: