Jihadology presents Think Tank/NGO/Policy/Gov Reports and Articles of 2013, Part X

For previous posts in this series see:

Raffaello Pantucci — British Fighters Joining the War in Syria

Raphaël Lefèvre — The Muslim Brotherhood Prepares for a Comeback in Syria

Samar Batrawi — The Dutch Foreign Fighter Contingent in Syria

Sanaa Karim — Morocco’s Salafis: In Search of a Comprehensive Solution

Shiraz Maher — British Foreign Fighters in Syria

Shiraz Maher and Samar Batrawi — What Jihadists Thought About Boston: ‘Allah Akbar. Let’s Move On’

Soner Cagaptay and Aaron Y. Zelin — Turkey’s jihadi dilemma

START — Violent Jihadism in Real Time: Al-Shabaab’s Use of Twitter

Stephen Tankel — Going Native: The Pakistanization of Al-Qaeda

Stephen Tankel — The militant groups next door

Stig Hansen — Somalia: Rumours Of Al-Shabaab’s Death Are Greatly Exaggerated

Suha Philip Ma’ayeh — Jordanian Jihadists Active in Syria

Thomas Hegghammer — Number of foreign fighters from Europe in Syria is historically unprecedented. Who should be worried?

Thomas Hegghammer — Syria’s Foreign Fighters

Thomas Hegghammer and Aaron Y. Zelin — How Syria’s Civil War Became a Holy Crusade

Thomas Pierret — Implementing ‘Sharia’ in Syria’s Liberated Provinces

Timothy D. Soper — A Message of Felicitation from the Esteemed Amir-Ul-Momineen on the Occasion of Eid: An Analysis of Taliban Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr Statements from 2006 to 2012

Tufail Ahmad — The Next Decade of Jihadism in Pakistan

Vahid Brown — Abu Ghaith and al-Qa’ida’s Dissident Faction in Iran

Vish Sakthivel — Are Morocco’s Political Salafists Committed to Peace?

Vish Sakthivel — Weathering Morocco’s Syria Returnees

Will McCants — Joining the Fray: Salafi Politics After the Arab Spring

Will McCants — Office Space

Will McCants — Salafis After the Coup

Zia Ur Rehman — Pakistani Fighters Joining the War in Syria