Articles of the Week – 9/1-9/7

Saturday September 1:

Islamic State Ruling On Assassination Of Abu Hashim al-Idlibi: A Revised Account – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:

A Military Anthropologist Looks at Islamic Insurgency in Aceh – MontgomeryMcFate, Orbis:

Tuesday September 4:

An Analysis of ISIS Propaganda and Recruitment Activities Targeting the Turkish-Speaking Population – Suleyman Ozeren, Hakan Hekim, M. Salih Elmas, and Halil Ibrahim Canbegi, International Annals of Criminology:

Wednesday September 5:

The Demographics of Southeast Asian Jihadism – Daveed Gartenstein-Ross, Vivian Hagerty, and Madeline Dement, War on the Rocks:

Ethics is Method, Method is Ethics: What Terrorism Researchers Should Know – Carol Winkler, Vox-Pol:

Man Haron Monis and the Sydney Lindt Caf’e Siege – Not a Terrorist Attack – Russ Scott and Rodger Shanahan, Psychiatry, Psychology and Law:

Thursday September 6:

Suicide Squads: The Logic of Linked Suicide Bombings – Jason Warner, Ellen Chapin, and Hilary Matfess, Security Studies:

Out of the desert: ISIS’s strategy for a long war – Hassan Hassan, Middle East Institute:

Friday September 7:

Mali’s elections saw some jihadist violence. Here’s what these patterns suggest. – Alexander Thurston, The Monkey Cage:

New Confusion About ISKP: A case study from Sar-e Pul – Obaid Ali, Afghanistan Analysts Network:

Nine Bullets for the Traitors, One for the Enemy: The Slogans and Strategy behind the Islamic State’s Campaign to Defeat the Sunni Awakening (2006 – 2017) – Craig Whiteside, ICCT:

The Disillusioned Muhajir: Interview – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi: