Articles of the Week – 9/22-9/28

Monday September 24:

Mujahideen Mobilization: Examining the Evolution of the Global Jihadist Movement’s Communicative Action Repertoire – Maxime Bérubé and Benoit Dupont, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

The Use of Stimulants in the Ranks of Islamic State: Myth or Reality of the Syrian Conflict – Joseph El Khoury, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism:

Tuesday September 25:

In the Spotlight: How International Attention Affects Militant Behavior – Jori Breslawski, Terrorism and Political Violence:

Kenya’s Jihadi Clerics: Formulation of a “Liberation Theology” and the Challenge to Secular Power – Hassan Juma Ndzovu, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs:

Ibn Taymiyya’s Fatwa on Martial Arts Training – Yahya Michot and Lina Stas, The Muslim World:

The Ḥanbalī Emigration of 551–569 AH/1156–1173 AD in the Context of the Legal Discourse on Muslims under Non‐Muslim Rule – Bogdan C. Smarandache, The Muslim World:

Thursday September 27:

Dissent in the Islamic State: The Controversy Over Abu Ya’qub al-Maqdisi – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:

‘Reading the ads in al-Daʿwa magazine: commercialism and Islamist activism in al-Sadat’s Egypt’ – Aaron Rock-Singer and Steven Brooke, British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies:

Telling stories of terrorism: a framework for applying narrative approaches to the study of militant’s self-accounts – Simon Copeland, Behavioral Sciences of Terrorism and Political Aggression:

Friday September 28:

Hajin in Deir az-Zor: Interview – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi:

Experimental Effects of a Call-Center Disclaimer Regarding Confidentiality on Callers’ Willingness to Make Disclosures Related to Terrorism – Michael J. Williams, Jocelyn J. Bélanger, John Horgan, and William P. Evans, Terrorism and Political Violence:

The local geography of transnational terrorism – Josiah Marineau, Henry Pascoe, Alex Braithwaite, Michael Findley, and Joseph Young, Conflict Management and Peace Science:

Brand ISIS: Interactions of the Tangible and Intangible Environments – Greg Simons, Journal of Political Marketing: