Articles of the Week – 5/26-6/1

Tuesday May 29:

Exit programmes for female jihadists: A proposal for conducting realistic evaluation of the Dutch approach – Amy-Jane Gielen, International Sociology: https://bit.ly/2sFl9F2

Tunisian terrorist fighters: a grassroots perspective – Imene Ajala, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression: https://bit.ly/2LMBPWB

Wednesday May 30:

Plan B(ruxellles): Belgian Intelligence and the Terrorist Attacks of 2015-16 – Kenneth L. Lasoen, Terrorism and Political Violence: https://bit.ly/2L9hcio

How Al-Qaeda Works: The Jihadist Group’s Evolving Organizational Design – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross and Nathaniel Barr, Current Trends in Islamist Ideology: https://bit.ly/2sIzFL5

Thursday May 31:

Jihad in the Bastion of “Moderation”: Understanding the Threat of ISIS in Malaysia – Mohamed Nawab Mohamed Osman and Aida Arosoaie, Asian Security: https://bit.ly/2LfyavP

Friday June 1:

Jamā’at Nuṣrat al-Islām wa-l-Muslimīn: a propaganda analysis of al-Qaeda’s project for the Sahel – Sergio Altuna Galán, Real Instituto Elcano: https://bit.ly/2HdhORN

Citizenship and Ancestry of Belgian Foreign Fighters – Pieter Van Ostaeyen and Guy Van Vlierden, The International Centre for Counter-Terrorism – The Hague: https://bit.ly/2kDsy34

The Internal Structure of the Islamic State’s Hisba Apparatus – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi, Middle East Center for Reporting and Analysis: https://bit.ly/2JiuKvA