Articles of the Week – 6/27-7/3

Monday June 29:

Inside the Islamic State in Mosul: A Snapshot of the Logic & Banality of Evil – Haroro Ingram and Devorah Margolin, Program on Extremism:

The Islamic State’s Ideology: History of a Rift –  Cole Bunzel, Program on Extremism:

The Islamic State’s Real Estate Department: Documents and Analysis – Aymenn Jawad al-Tamimi, Program on Extremism:

The Security Threat COVID-19 Poses to the Northern Syria Detention Camps Holding Islamic State Members – Audrey Alexander, CTC Sentinel:

Pandemic Narratives: Pro-Islamic State Media and the Coronavirus Chelsea Daymon and Meili Criezis, CTC Sentinel:

The Limits of ‘Shabaab-CARE’: Militant Governance amid COVID-19 – Christopher Hockey and Michael Jones, CTC Sentinel:

Tuesday June 30:

“Backstage” Responses to the Sydney Siege: A Case-study of the Sermons Delivered in the Mosques of Sydney in the Aftermath of the Incident – Husnia Underabi, Journal of Muslim Minority Affairs:

Islamic State Telegram Stickers: Purposes, Themes, and Narratives – Meili Criezis, GNET:

Friday July 3:

From 4G to Languages: The Developing Online Jihadist Propaganda Network in India – Kabir Taneja, GNET:

Mali’s peace networks: the role of Islamic religious leaders in conflict resolution – Thomas Hinkel and Bakary Fouraba Traore, Conflict, Security & Development:

Bringing the war home: the strategic logic of ‘North Caucasian terrorism’ in Russia – Vassily A. Klimentov, Small Wars & Insurgencies: