Articles of the Week – 4/21-4/27

Sunday April 22:
The Life of Abu Omar al-Muwahhid of Jaysh Khalid bin al-Waleed – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:
Monday April 23: 
Sometimes they come back: responding to American foreign fighter returnees and other Elusive threats – Christopher J. Wright, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression:
Islamic State Ruling on Jaysh Khalid Fitna: Translation and Analysis – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:
Framing the ‘White Widow’: Using intersectionality to uncover complex representations of female terrorism in news media – Meagan Auer, John Sutcliffe, Martha Lee, Media, War & Conflict:
Wednesday April 25:
Colonial education and the shaping of Islamism in Sudan, 1946–1956 – Willow Berridge, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies:
Thursday April 26:
Conceptualising de-radicalisation and former combatant re-integration in Nigeria – Gordon Clubb and Marina Tapley, Third World Quarterly:
NYPD vs. Revolution Muslim: The Inside Story of the Defeat of a Local Radicalization Hub – Jesse Morton and Mitchell Silber, CTC Sentinel:
The Islamic State’s Lingering Legacy among Young Men from the Mosul Area – Scott Atran, Hoshang Waziri, Ángel Gómez, Hammad Sheikh, Lucía López-Rodríguez, Charles Rogan, and Richard Davis, CTC Sentinel:
Challenging the ISK Brand in Afghanistan-Pakistan: Rivalries and Divided Loyalties – Amira Jadoon, Nakissa Jahanbani, and Charmaine Willis, CTC Sentinel:
The British Hacker Who Became the Islamic State’s Chief Terror Cybercoach: A Profile of Junaid Hussain – Nafees Hamid, CTC Sentinel:
Friday April 27:
With Islamic State in Decline, What’s Al-Qaeda’s Next Move? – Tore Refslund Hamming, War on the Rocks:
Whose Responsibility is it to Confront Terrorism Online? – Seamus Hughes, Lawfare:
‘I grew a beard and my dad flipped out!’ Co-option of British Muslim parents in countering ‘extremism’ within their families in Bradford and Leeds – Madeline-Sophie Abbas, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies:
A Doomed Relationship: Ennahdha and Salafism – Sabrina Zouaghi and Francesco Cavatorta, Baker Institute for Public Policy:
In Their Own Words: Religiosity and the Islamic State Foreign Fighters – Lorne L. Dawson, Oxford Research Group: