For prior issues in this magazine see: #154#153#152#151#150#149#148#147#146#145#144#143#142#141#140#139#138#137#136#135#134#133#132#131#130#129#128#127#126#125#124#123#122#121,#120#119,#118,#117,#116,#115,#114#113#112#111#110#109#108#107#106#105#104#103,#102,#101,#100,#99#98#97#96,#95#94#93#92,#91#90#89#88#87#86#85#84#83#82#81#80#79#78#77#76#75#74#73#72#71#70#69#68#67#66#65#64#63#62#61#60#59#58#57#56#53, and #51.

Click the following link for a safe PDF copy: Islamic Emirate of Afghanistan: “al-Ṣamūd Magazine #155″

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Click the following link for a safe PDF copy: Hay’at Taḥrīr al-Shām — “Ibā’ Newsletter #32″

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Monday January 14:

Assessing Innovation in Terrorist Financing – Tom Keatinge and Kerstin Danner, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/2CyjswX

Visual Jihad: Constructing the “Good Muslim” in Online Jihadist Magazines – Stuart Macdonald and Nuria Lorenzo-Dus, Studies in Conflict & Terrorism: https://bit.ly/2RYh8ZS

Conducting Qualitative Research on Terrorism: Finding and Using Primary Sources – Bart Schuurman, SAGE Research Methods Cases: https://bit.ly/2QXVUqA

Dissent in the Islamic State: The Testimony of Abu Abd al-Malek al-Shami – Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi: https://bit.ly/2FBEejs

Wednesday January 16:

The Hardline Stream of Global Jihad: Revisiting the Ideological Origin of the Islamic State – Tore Hamming, CTC Sentinel: https://bit.ly/2FGloqq

Does al-Qa`ida’s Increasing Media Outreach Signal Revitalization? – Jami Forbes, CTC Sentinel: https://bit.ly/2FJaK2o

Thursday January 17:

Insecurity in Southwestern Burkina Faso in the Context of an Expanding Insurgency – Heni Nsaibia, ACLED: https://bit.ly/2AQcdk8

A micro-sociological analysis of homegrown violent extremist attacks in the UK in 2017- Martin McCleery and Aaron Edwards, Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict: https://bit.ly/2Ctv1Wk

For prior parts see: #164, #163#162#161#160#159#158#157#156#155#154#153#152#151#150#149#148#147#146#145#144#143#142#141#140#139#138#137#136#135#134#133#132#131#130#129#128#127#126#125#124#123#122#121#120#119#118#117#116#115#114#113#112#111#110#109#108#107#106#105#104#103#102#101#100#99#98#97#96#95#94#93#92#91#90#89#88#87#86#85#84#83#82#81#80#79#78#77#76#75#74#73#72#71#70#69#68#67#66#65#64#63#62#61#60#59#58#57#56#55#54#53#52#51#50#49#48#47#46#45#44#43#42#41#40#39#38#37#36#35#34#33#32#31#30#29#28#27#26#25#24#23#22#21#20#19#18#17#16#15#14#13#12#11#10#9#8#7#6#5#4#3#2, and #1.

Click the following link for a safe PDF copy: The Islamic State — “al-Nabā’ #164″

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