Articles of the Week – 9/15-9/21

Saturday September 15:

AQIM Advice to ‘Boko Haram’ Dissidents: Full Translation and Analysis – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:

Sunday September 16:

Hay’at Tahrir Al-Sham (HTS) Prepares For The Fateful Battle For Idlib – N. Mozes, Middle East Media Research Institute:

The Enemy Gets a Vote – Kim Cragin, Lawfare:

Monday September 17:

Abu Bakr Shekau in His Own Words: Translation and Analysis – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:

Boko Haram’s Split on Women in Combat – Rachel Bryson and Audu Bulama Bukarti, Tony Blair Institute for Global Change:

Telling a Story Via Tumblr Analytics: Europe’s Young Muslim Female Attraction to ISIS – Galit M. Ben-Israel, International Annals of Criminology:

Tuesday September 18:

ISIS Is Poised to Make a Comeback in Syria – Hassan Hassan, The Atlantic:

America Is Quietly Expanding Its War in Tunisia – Héni Nsaibia, The National Interest:

Afghanistan’s Islamic Emirate Returns: Life Under a Resurgent Taliban – Michael Semple, World Politics Review:

Wednesday September 19:

Building Resilience for Terrorism Researchers – Peter King, Vox-Pol:

Tunisian jihadism five years after Ansar al-Sharia – Aaron Y. Zelin, Middle East Institute:

Thursday September 20:

Multimode co-clustering for analyzing terrorist networks – Ahmed Aleroud and Aryya Gangopadhyay, Information Systems Frontiers:

The Fledgling Insurgency in Burkina’s East -Héni Nsaibia, ACLED:

Nigerian Questions by Sheikh Abu Malek al-Tamimi – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:

Friday September 21:

Dissent in the Islamic State: The News Postings of Mu’assasat al-Turath al-‘Ilmi – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:

The evolving impact of violent non-state actors on North African foreign policies during the Arab Spring: insurgent groups, terrorists and foreign fighters – Michael J. Schumacher and Peter J. Schraeder, The Journal of North African Studies:

Fighting together? understanding bilateral cooperation in the realm of counterterrorism – Arie Perliger & Daniel Milton, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict:

Al-Shabaab Five Years after Westgate: Still a Menace in East Africa – International Crisis Group: