Jihadology presents Academic Journal Articles of 2013, Part VI

For previous posts in this series see:

Simon Wolfgang Fuchs — Do Excellent Surgeons Make Miserable Exegetes? Negotiating the Sunni Tradition in the ǧihādī Camps

Sipco Vellenga and Gerard Wiegers — Polarization or bridging? Responses of Muslim and non-Muslim organizations to criticism of Islam in the Netherlands

Steven Gertz — Permission to Stay in “Enemy” Territory? Hanbali juristic thinking on whether Muslims must emigrate from non-Muslim lands

Sumita Pahwa — Secularizing Islamism and Islamizing Democracy: The Political and Ideational Evolution of the Egyptian Muslim Brothers 1984–2012

Susanne Martin — Dilemmas of “going legit”: why should violent groups engage in or avoid electoral politics?

Sybille Reinke de Buitrago — Media Discourse on Jihadist Terrorism in Europe

Talmiz Ahmad — The Arab Spring and its Implications for India

Tarik K. Firro — The Political Context of Early Wahhabi Discourse of Takfir

Tawfiq Alsaif — Relationship between state and religion in Saudi Arabia: the role of Wahabism in governance

Teije Hidde Donker — Re-emerging Islamism in Tunisia: Repositioning Religion in Politics and Society

Teun van Dongen — The lenghts terrorists go to- perpetrator characteristics and the complexity of jihadist terrorist attacks in Europe, 2004–2011

Thomas H. Johnson — Taliban adaptations and innovations

 Thomas Hegghammer — ʿAbdallāh ʿAzzām and Palestine

Thomas Hegghammer — Should I Stay or Should I Go? Explaining Variation in Western Jihadists’ Choice between Domestic and Foreign Fighting

Thomas Hegghammer — The recruiter’s dilemma Signalling and rebel recruitment tactics

Thomas Hegghammer and Joas Wagemakers — The Palestine Effect

Uriya Shavita — Can Muslims Befriend Non-Muslims? Debating al-walāʾ wa-al-barāʾ (Loyalty and Disavowal) in Theory and Practice

Virginie Andre & Shandon Harris-Hogan — Mohamed Merah: From Petty Criminal to Neojihadist

Yahya M. Michot — An Important Reader of al-Ghazali- Ibn Taymiyya